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Swiftships’ 75 Meter Offshore Patrol Vessel is an all welded aluminum or steel vessel built in accordance to A.B.S regulations. This proven hull and platform based control package can provide the intelligence and reconnaissance to out-class the weapons and/or strategy of any threat. The OPV is a highly versatile ship, designed to perform Economic Exclusion Zone management roles, including the provision of maritime security to coastal areas. High speed launching wells can out-perform any threat and provide platform protection to patrol on/off shore facilities. The fully integrated bridge unit can be configured for a variety of missions including rescue and assault. These specifications can be modified in accordance to the operator’s preference and needs. Visit our website: http://www.Swift...
The ultimate combination of rough army look and total relaxation in an luxurious interior. Or what about an totally service free yacht, built to the same tough standards as pilot boats, coast guard and defence forces. Welcome onboard Kewatec 1450 Offshore!
A great video showcasing the Royal New Zealand Military and their military power. The New Zealand Defence Force (Maori: Te Ope Kaatua o Aotearoa, "Line of Defence of New Zealand") consists of three services: the Royal New Zealand Navy; the New Zealand Army; and the Royal New Zealand Air Force, and is commanded and headed by the Chief of Defence Force (CDF) As of 2013 the Commander-in-Chief of the NZDF was Sir Jerry Mateparae, Governor-General of New Zealand, who exercised power on the advice of the Minister of Defence, Jonathan Coleman, under the Defence Act 1990. The Chief of Defence Force was Lieutenant-General Rhys Jones, who also acted as the primary military adviser to the Minister of Defence; Lt Gen. Jones was replaced by Major General Tim Keating, previously the Vice Chief of Defen...
The Lurssen PV 80 is one of three OPV designs currently under consideration for the Royal Australian Navy's Sea 1180 project. See the story in the June 2017 of DTR: http://defencetechnologyreview.realviewdigital.com/?iid=153380#folio=18 Video: Lurssen
Promotional video supplied by Raytheon – showing their SA-13 Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) system. Australia's Defence Department announced on 10 April that it had contracted Raytheon to deliver a similar system for Australia, maximising Australian content, in a contract worth AU$2.2billion. The system will be based in Adelaide, with the the Army’s 16th Air Land Regiment.
Stuart talks to Gary Hardgrave of 4BC Drive programme about the increased number of defence manufacturing contracts being sent to overseas factories. This equates to $8 billion out of government coffers when Australian companies could manufacture the goods here.
1) The second offshore patrol vessel (OPV) built by the Larsen and Toubro Shipyard near here for the Indian Coast Guard was launched today. 2) The indigenously built vessel 'Vijaya', equipped with state-of art radar, navigational and communication system, will be utilised for day and night patrol and surveillance, anti-terrorist, anti-smuggling operations and coastal security, the Coast Guard said. 3) According to a Rs 1,432 crore contract signed with the Defence Ministry, the L&T Shipyard at Kattupalli, about 45 km from here, would indigenously design and build seven OPVs. 4) The first OPV, the country's first-ever such defence craft to be built in a private shipyard, was launched in October 2017. 5) At a function held at Kattupalli Shipyard, Ennore, here, the second OPV was launched...
Subscribe Channel For More Videos: https://goo.gl/hKk6H8 Guto Bebb, the recently appointed UK Minister for Defence Procurement, visited the Clyde today to announce the formal acceptance of HMS Forth. Defence Minister Guto Bebb said: “Thanks to the hard work of the Clyde shipyards, HMS Forth is now ready to join the Royal Navy surface fleet and begin the vital task of defending the UK and her interests around the world. Developing the Type 26 capability is also making great strides forward, reflecting the UK’s commitment to this cutting-edge new warship, which will sustain 4,000 jobs in Scotland and right across the UK.” Source: https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/hms-forth-first-five-new-offshore-patrol-vessels-formally-accepted-glasgow/ ============== HOT TREND: 1. Senators Are Finally Fundi...
Prism Defence (www.prismdefence.com) specialise in Ship Helicopter Integration, and provides a wide range of services within this realm. In particular, Prism are responsible for the development of Ship Helicopter Operating Limits. This involves safely taking the helicopter to the edge of the envelope; that is, the point at which more extreme conditions would make the aircraft unsafe to fly. The limits are based on a combination of environmental factors and ship motion. Operating helicopters onboard ships is extremely complex, due in part to the difficulty of landing a helicopter on a moving platform, but also due to numerous practical engineering issues. This video shows a landing conducted by a Prism Defence Test Pilot and Flight Test Engineer during development of Ship Helicopt...
http://imstuck.wix.com/imstuckgcserevision Hard Engineering - How Do We Manage Our Coastlines - GCSE Geography In this video, we look at advantages and disadvantages of hard engineering and examples such as groynes, offshore breakwater, rip rap, sea walls, gabions and revetments. Stay tuned for a new video on soft engineering.
Definitions of hard and soft engineering. The main types of coastal defence used on the coastline of the UK should be studied including groynes, sea walls, off- shore reefs, rip rap, revetments, beach replenishment, managed retreat and cliff regrading
The installation of todays giant wind turbines at sea www.siemens.com/offshore-wind is not an easy task and demands highly skilled technicians. Now our people train the installation of blades in a virtual environment. Simulating the real world helps solving the challenges of offshore blade installation.
Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) are now in application across almost every sector of the maritime industry including energy, science and research and defence. With 2017 seeing the first unmanned vessel signed to the flag for the UK Ship Register, greater adoption in offshore energy survey operations and defence, it is clear to see that the adoption of autonomous technology, particularly in regard to surface platforms, will continue to grow.
Sikorsky rolls out its futuristic S-97 Raider multi-mission helicopter; BAE Systems’ is building a new, improved version of its Rover class offshore patrol vessels for the Royal Navy; and Lockheed Martin has developed a new type of digital live-fire training range.
China’s JH-7B fighter-bombers have increased the combat radius from its old generation to 1,800 kilometers. The YJ-12 anti-ship missile can be launched from a variety of platforms, at a range of 300 kilometers. In addition, the YJ-100 sub-sonic cruise missile is able to cover a range of 800km. According to an analysis from the Shipborne Weapon Magazine last year, the combat efficiency of China’s offshore defense ability has increased 9 times. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google...
This video shows a landing conducted by a Prism Defence Test Pilot and Flight Test Engineer during development of Ship Helicopter Operating Limits for the Lynx Mark 90B helicopter onboard the KNUD RASMUSSEN class Offshore Patrol Vessel. Operating helicopters onboard ships is extremely complex, due in part to the difficulty of landing a helicopter on a moving platform, but also due to numerous practical engineering issues.
NATO intelligence reports indicate the threat of ballistic missiles is increasing in number and complexity. By 2018, all of Europe could be at risk. From sensors to interceptors, Raytheon's proven ballistic missile defense systems provide layered defense around the world. Defending the continent requires a robust system of integrated land, sea and space Ballistic Missile Defense assets. This hypothetical scenario examines two critical Raytheon assets: AN/TPY-2 Radar and Standard Missile-3. Learn more about Raytheon's missile defense capabilities: http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/missiledefense/