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Sea Air Space 2016
Navy League's International Maritime Exposition
 
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US Navy's NAVAIR to Fly the First 3D Printed V-22 in June

US Navy's NAVAIR to Fly the First 3D Printed V-22 in June
 
The Joint Logistic Support Ship (JSS) Karel Doorman was officially put into service in the Royal Netherlands Navy on 29 April. The largest ship of the Dutch navy is now called His Majesty (Zr. Ms.) Karel Doorman. "The Karel Doorman is impressive in size, but also because of the number of functionalities. This ship is literally a multi-tool, "said Commander of Naval Forces lieutenant-general Rob Verkerk at commissioning.
US Naval Air Systems Command plans to fly the first Bell V-22 Osprey made of 3D printed parts sometime this year, according to its vice commander Rear Adm. Francis Morley. During his speech at the Sea-Air-Space exhibition, he said that the first flight will be the critical test that will prove the value of the technology in manufacturing critical parts.
 

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 3 - New Technologies and International Presence

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 3 - New Technologies and International Presence
 
Navy Recognition's Day 3 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Next Gen naval technologies and International presence.
Navy Recognition's Day 3 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Next Gen naval technologies and International presence.
 

SAS 2016: Bell unveils V-280 Valor naval variant

SAS 2016: Bell unveils V-280 Valor naval variant
 
As Bell Helicopter is moving forward with the Osprey integration in the US Navy under the Carrier Onboard Delivery program, the Fort-Worth-based rotorcraft manufacturer started preliminary studies on a naval variants of its future V-280 Valor tiltrotor aircraft. Navy Recognition learned during Sea-Air-Space 2016. A company representative stressed that no Navy requirements have been issued yet however.
As Bell Helicopter is moving forward with the Osprey integration in the US Navy under the Carrier Onboard Delivery program, the Fort-Worth-based rotorcraft manufacturer started preliminary studies on a naval variants of its future V-280 Valor tiltrotor aircraft. Navy Recognition learned during Sea-Air-Space 2016. A company representative stressed that no Navy requirements have been issued yet however.
 

SAS 2016: SHARC Autonomous Craft Tested and Integrated with P-8A Poseidon MPA

SAS 2016: SHARC Autonomous Craft Tested and Integrated with P-8A Poseidon MPA
 
During Sea-Air-Space 2016, Boeing and its partner Liquid Robotics were showcasing the Sensor Hosting Autonomous Remote Craft (SHARC). The SHARC is based on Liquid Robotics' Wave Glider SV3, a unique wave and solar propelled 2 parts system (one on the surface, the other under water).
During Sea-Air-Space 2016, Boeing and its partner Liquid Robotics were showcasing the Sensor Hosting Autonomous Remote Craft (SHARC). The SHARC is based on Liquid Robotics' Wave Glider SV3, a unique wave and solar propelled 2 parts system (one on the surface, the other under water).
 

SAS 2016: Insitu moving forward with ViDAR payload integration on ScanEagle UAS

SAS 2016: Insitu moving forward with ViDAR payload integration on ScanEagle UAS
 
At this year's edition of Sea-Air-Space global maritime exhibition, Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing, has announced it is moving forward with integration of the ViDAR (Visual Detection and Ranging) on its ScanEagle small unmanned aerial system.
At this year's edition of Sea-Air-Space global maritime exhibition, Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing, has announced it is moving forward with integration of the ViDAR (Visual Detection and Ranging) on its ScanEagle small unmanned aerial system.
 

SAS 2016: AeroVironment demonstrates new Mantis i45 gimbal payload

SAS 2016: AeroVironment demonstrates new Mantis i45 gimbal payload
 
AeroVironment recently unveiled its new Mantis i45 electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) gimbal payload designed for the company's Puma AE small unmanned aircraft systems. This new advanced payload has demonstrated its capabilities during this edition of Sea-Air-Space exhibition, which was held until May 18 at the Gaylord Convention Center, National Harbor.
AeroVironment recently unveiled the new Mantis i45 electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) gimbal payload designed for the company's Puma AE small unmanned aircraft systems. This new advanced payload has demonstrated its capabilities during this edition of Sea-Air-Space exhibition, which was held until May 18 at the Gaylord Convention Center, National Harbor.
 

SAS 2016: iXBlue to provide 70 MARINS M7 to equip 35 Royal Navy surface ships and submarines

SAS 2016: iXBlue to provide 70 MARINS M7 to equip 35 Royal Navy surface ships and submarines
 
The Royal Navy has selected iXBlue's high-grade MARINS M7 to upgrade the navigation systems of 35 major surface vessels and submarines through the award of a 5-year contract to Lockheed Martin UK, iXBlue's strategic partner.
The Royal Navy has selected iXBlue's high-grade MARINS M7 to upgrade the navigation systems of 35 major surface vessels and submarines through the award of a 5-year contract to Lockheed Martin UK, iXBlue's strategic partner.
 

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 2 - Platforms

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 2 - Platforms
 
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
Navy Recognition's Day 2 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Air, Surface and Sub-surface platforms.
 

Northrop Grumman reaches key milestone with US Navy's Inertial Navigation System program

Northrop Grumman reaches key milestone with US Navy's Inertial Navigation System program
 
Northrop Grumman has successfully completed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for the Inertial Sensor Module, a critical component of the U.S. Navy's Inertial Navigation System Replacement (INS-R), the company announced at Sea-Air-Space 2016. The system will be named WSN-12, and will replace the WSN-7.
Northrop Grumman has successfully completed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for the Inertial Sensor Module, a critical component of the U.S. Navy's Inertial Navigation System Replacement (INS-R), the company announced at Sea-Air-Space 2016. The system will be named WSN-12, and will replace the WSN-7.
 

HII & Battelle are Showcasing the Proteus DUMV at Sea Air Space 2016

HII & Battelle are Showcasing the Proteus DUMV at Sea Air Space 2016
 
During the Navy League’s 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, Advanced Acoustic Concepts (a DRS/Thales company) is showcasing the Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar (T-SAS). The T-SAS is the upgraded version of the TSM 2054 SSS (Side Scan Sonar) which has been in service for more than 12 years with the Danish Navy (8 ship sets, 12 vehicles and sonar).3 ship sets of the T-SAS have been sold to the French Navy under the name of DUBM-44.
At the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 exposition currently held near Washington D.C., Undersea Solution Group (HII) and Battelle are showcasing their Proteus Dual Mode Underwater Vehicle (DUMV). Proteus has a dual capability: Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) and Swimmer Delivery Vehicle (SDV).
 

SAS 2016: Airbus moving forward with TRS-4D integration on LCS Freedom variant

SAS 2016: Airbus moving forward with TRS-4D integration on LCS Freedom variant
 
Airbus Defense and Space Inc. announced today it will fit the new TRS-4D radar on Lockheed Martin's LCS-25. This award marks the 5th TRS-4D radar scheduled for installation aboard an LCS. The TRS-4D is a comprehensive upgrade of Airbus' TRS-3D radars, which has been installed aboard eight Freedom variant LCS', plus one aboard a test LCS. This new radar is an inline upgrade on Lockheed Martin's remaining LCS ships, starting with LCS-17.
Navy Recognition learned during Sea-Air-Space that Airbus Defense and Space Inc. will fit the new TRS-4D radar on Lockheed Martin's LCS-25. This award marks the 5th TRS-4D radar scheduled for installation aboard an LCS. The TRS-4D is a comprehensive upgrade of Airbus' TRS-3D radars, which has been installed aboard eight Freedom variant LCS', plus one aboard a test LCS. This new radar is an inline upgrade on Lockheed Martin's remaining LCS ships, starting with LCS-17.
 

SAS 2016: AAC Offering an Alternative for LCS Mine Hunting Mission with T-SAS

SAS 2016: AAC Offering an Alternative for LCS Mine Hunting Mission with T-SAS
 
During the Navy League’s 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, Advanced Acoustic Concepts (a DRS/Thales company) is showcasing the Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar (T-SAS). The T-SAS is the upgraded version of the TSM 2054 SSS (Side Scan Sonar) which has been in service for more than 12 years with the Danish Navy (8 ship sets, 12 vehicles and sonar).3 ship sets of the T-SAS have been sold to the French Navy under the name of DUBM-44.
During the Navy League’s 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, Advanced Acoustic Concepts (a DRS/Thales company) is showcasing the Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar (T-SAS). The T-SAS is the upgraded version of the TSM 2054 SSS (Side Scan Sonar) which has been in service for more than 12 years with the Danish Navy (8 ship sets, 12 vehicles and sonar). Three ship sets of the T-SAS have been sold to the French Navy under the name of DUBM-44.
 

SAS 16: Saab introduces new Sea Wasp counter-IED underwater vehicle

SAS 2016: Saab introduces new Sea Wasp counter-IED underwater vehicle
 
The Swedish defence and security company Saab presented its remotely operated vehicle (ROV), Sea Wasp, at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland. Sea Wasp, which relocates, identifies and neutralizes underwater improvised explosive devices (IEDs), is designed to combat below-the-surface terrorism.
The Swedish defence and security company Saab presented its remotely operated vehicle (ROV), Sea Wasp, at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, Maryland. Sea Wasp, which relocates, identifies and neutralizes underwater improvised explosive devices (IEDs), is designed to combat below-the-surface terrorism.
 

ONR demonstrates EMILY capabilities at SAS 2016

ONR demonstrates EMILY capabilities at SAS 2016
 
Office of Naval Research's (ONR) EMILY robotic lifeguard is staring at this year Sea-Air-Space exposition held May 16 to 18 at the Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. During SAS, two "Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard" are demonstrating their capabilities in Potomac's waters while a third system is on display on ONR booth.
Office of Naval Research's (ONR) EMILY robotic lifeguard is staring at this year Sea-Air-Space exposition held May 16 to 18 at the Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. During SAS, two "Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard" are demonstrating their capabilities in Potomac river while a third system is on display on ONR booth.
 

SAS 2016: AeroVironment's Blackwing UAS to be launched from US Navy submarines

SAS 2016: AeroVironment's Blackwing UAS to be launched from US Navy submarines
 
AeroVironment, Inc. yersterday announced at Sea-Air-Space 2016 the United States Navy plans to deploy its "Blackwing," a small, tube-launched unmanned aircraft system that deploys from under the surface of the sea, on manned submarines and unmanned underwater vehicles.
AeroVironment, Inc. yersterday announced at Sea-Air-Space 2016 the United States Navy plans to deploy its "Blackwing," a small, tube-launched unmanned aircraft system that deploys from under the surface of the sea, on manned submarines and unmanned underwater vehicles.
 

SAS 2016: Raytheon SeaRAM defense system achieved further at-sea tests from US Navy ship

SAS 2016: Raytheon SeaRAM defense system achieved further at-sea tests from US Navy ship
 
The U.S. Navy completed a series of test shots using Raytheon Company's SeaRAM anti-ship missile defense system, taking out several targets in a variety of scenarios that mimic today's most advanced threats to naval ships, the defense giant announced today at Sea Air & Space 2016 exhibition.
The U.S. Navy completed a series of test shots using Raytheon Company's SeaRAM anti-ship missile defense system, taking out several targets in a variety of scenarios that mimic today's most advanced threats to naval ships, the defense giant announced today at Sea Air & Space 2016 exhibition.
 

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 1 - Distributed Lethality

Sea-Air-Space 2016 Daily Video Coverage: Day 1 - Distributed Lethality
 
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
Navy Recognition's Day 1 video coverage at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 Exposition: Distributed Lethality. The distributed lethality concept was introduced (and is being advocated) by Vice Admiral Thomas Rowden, the Commander of the U.S. Navy's surface forces. It can be summarized by fitting more weapons on more vessels in order to "deceive the enemy, target the enemy, and destroy the enemy".
 

SAS 2016: NASSCO Second Expeditionary Base Mobile ESB Ship to be Fully V-22 Compatible

SAS 2016: NASSCO Second Expeditionary Base Mobile ESB Ship to be Fully V-22 Compatible
 
During the Navy League’s 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, Navy Recognition learned from a General Dynamics NASSCO representative that the second ESB ship currently under construction will be fully able to accomodate the V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft. First ship of the class, USNS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 1) will be retrofitted in order to be V-22 compatible as well.
During the Navy League’s 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, Navy Recognition learned from a General Dynamics NASSCO representative that the second ESB ship currently under construction will be fully able to accomodate the V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft. First ship of the class, USNS Lewis B. Puller (ESB 1) will be retrofitted in order to be V-22 compatible as well.
 

SAS 2016: Esterline exhibits full range of Codis naval specific displays

SAS 2016: Esterline exhibits full range of Codis naval specific displays
 
Esterline Control & Communication Systems, a division of Esterline Corporation, and a world leading aerospace and defense manufacturer, exhibits its Codis range of naval specific displays and equipment at the Navy League's annual Sea-Air-Space exposition, May 16-18 2016.
Esterline Control & Communication Systems, a division of Esterline Corporation, and a world leading aerospace and defense manufacturer, exhibits its Codis range of naval specific displays and equipment at the Navy League's annual Sea-Air-Space exposition, May 16-18 2016.
 

SAS 16: DARPA and ONR ready ACTUV unmanned vessel for open-water testing

SAS 16: DARPA and ONR ready ACTUV unmanned vessel for open-water testing
 
The recently christened ACTUV unmanned vessel will soon undergo a comprenhensive trials campaign. ACTUV is a 130-foot twin-screw trimaran, designed for enhanced stability in all kinds of weather. It has a number of unusual features because it does not need to accommodate people. For example, interior spaces are accessible for maintenance but aren’t designed to support a permanent crew.
The recently christened ACTUV unmanned vessel will soon undergo a comprenhensive trials campaign. ACTUV is a 130-foot twin-screw trimaran, designed for enhanced stability in all kinds of weather. It has a number of unusual features because it does not need to accommodate people. For example, interior spaces are accessible for maintenance but aren’t designed to support a permanent crew.
 

SAS 2016: Safran/Sagem Showcasing the BlueNaute New-Generation Shipborne INS

SAS 2016: Safran/Sagem Showcasing the BlueNaute New-Generation Shipborne INS
 
At the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 exposition currently held near Washington D.C., Safran is showcasing its BlueNaute attitude and heading reference system for shipborne applications. The exceptional reliability and compact size/weight make it the ideal replacement for obsolescent systems as well as new installs.
At the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2016 exposition currently held near Washington D.C., Safran is showcasing its BlueNaute attitude and heading reference system for shipborne applications. The exceptional reliability and compact size/weight make it the ideal replacement for obsolescent systems as well as new installs.
 

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