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28 octobre 2014 2 28 /10 /octobre /2014 12:50
IMCMS Integrated Mine Countermeasures System - source atlas-elektronik.com

IMCMS Integrated Mine Countermeasures System - source atlas-elektronik.com


23 October 2014 iXBlue


Navies have a bold vision for future Mine Countermeasures (MCM) operations using un-manned systems. A future unmanned MCM system of systems capability must provide safe operations, highest clearance rates with confidence and the ability to counter new threats. iXBlue SAS and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK (UK & GmbH) share this vision and offer a “new team to a new future” of transformational change in international MCM concepts and doctrine.


Lean, agile and engineering orientated, we have formed a consortium that is focused on deliv-ering MCM capability effectively and affordably. Our unmanned MCM solutions are modular with an open systems architecture which maximises the potential for mission module ex-change, component reuse and new system insertion. It brings together proven world leading iXBlue and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK Group products with a track record of system integration and support.


Our unmanned MCM solutions are designed to defeat the mine threats from very shallow to deep water. Both mine hunting and mine sweeping operations are conducted securely and safely at a stand-off distance from the command and control station in high sea states and strong water currents.


Our unmanned MCM solutions are cost effective, maintainable, scalable and ITAR free. For further information about this “new team to a new future” please come to the iXBlue Stand F64 and the ATLAS ELEKTRONIK stand F52.

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19 décembre 2013 4 19 /12 /décembre /2013 08:35
Atlas Elektronik building sonar for Thai frigate


ULM, Germany, Dec. 18 (UPI)


Sonar systems for a new frigate being built for Thailand by South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering are being supplied by Atlas Elektronik GmbH.


Atlas Elektronik, headquartered in Germany said the contract from Daewoo is for the supply and integration of a bow sonar and a low-frequency active towed array sonar system.


The two will be delivered in early 2016. The monetary value of the contract, however, was not disclosed.


"Together, the two systems offer active and passive sonars for the detection, tracking and classification of underwater vehicles, such as submarines, torpedoes and unmanned underwater vehicles," the company said. "In addition, these sonars are able to detect and classify small speedboats, divers or floating obstacles, e.g. containers or tethered mines."


The bow sonar to be supplied provides a surveillance radius of up to nine miles, while the towed array sonar operates in the low-frequency range from about 2 kHz and permits observation of the sea space at ranges of more than 37 miles, the company said.

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