First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier May be Commissioned by Early 2021

The 16,000 tons INS Vikrant was the sole aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy and was deployed effectively during the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Aircraft from the ship were instrumental in bombarding the ports of Bangladesh and contributed immensely to the liberation of Bangladesh. In the Navy old ships never die, they just fade away till… Read More First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier May be Commissioned by Early 2021

Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems Present the 4th Generation Fuel Cell for Submarines

Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) a world leader in submarine and submarine fuel cell technology presented the 4th generation fuel system during the quadrennial SubCon submarine conference held in Kiel in Germany. TKMS has a history of 180 years in marine sector and employs 60,000 people for construction of high technology marine systems and vessels including… Read More Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems Present the 4th Generation Fuel Cell for Submarines

BAE Systems Demonstrates Integration of USV with Ship Combat Management System

During the ongoing DSEI 2019 at London, BAE systems will demonstrate the next level of integration between an unmanned surface vessel (USV) and a warship of the Royal Navy. This integration will make the USV and extension of the ship. During the demonstration, BAE systems will integrate an unmanned Pacific 24 Rigid Inflatable Boat (P24… Read More BAE Systems Demonstrates Integration of USV with Ship Combat Management System