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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mar 18 Oct 2016 - 13:47

Euronaval 2016: Indonesian Navy orders Terma SCANTER 6000 radar systems



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The Indonesian Sea and Coast Guard Kesatuan Penjaga Laut dan Pantai (KPLP) has ordered Terma SCANTER 6000 radars for navigation, surveillance, and helicopter control. The radars, being installed aboard five KPLP ships of different classes, are being integrated with the Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine Vision Master automatic radar plotting aid (ARPA) display system.

The five patrol vessels include the KN. Trisula (P111); KN. Kalimasadha (P115); KN. Kalawai (P117); KN. Chundamani (P116); and KN. Gandiwa (P118). The ships are based at various locations around the country and will be upgraded at their respective homeports.

"The high-resolution SCANTER 6000 series will enable the Indonesian patrol boats to detect and track small targets – from the horizon up to the ship itself –on the surface and in low-level air space and in all conditions", explains Jesper Tolstrup, Director, Radar Applications for Terma in Lystrup, Denmark.

"Although these patrol vessels do not have facilities for embarked aircraft, the radar provides the capability for directing helicopters for search and rescue, fisheries patrol, pollution monitoring, or other enforcement missions. The radar is also optimal for detecting or controlling unmanned aircraft", Tolstrup said.


The SCANTER 6000 radar systems will be fitted on five Indonesian Coast Guard patrol vessels, such as the KN. Trisula (P111)

 Indonesia is a maritime nation that sits astride the busy sea lanes that connect the Indian and Pacific Oceans. With more than 17,000-plus islands, it is the largest archipelago in the world, stretching 2,500 miles, the distance of New York to San Francisco. Indonesia has several different maritime entities, to include the Navy, Coast Guard (Baklama), and the Sea and Coast Guard (KPLP).

"In our challenging operating environment, we require a radar with very good detection ranges and high resolution target discrimination. When it comes to search and rescue, being able to find a small lifeboat or a man in the water at great distances, in darkness or in bad weather, the radar is a lifesaving tool," said Commanding Officer KN. Gandiwa (P118), Joseph J.H. Rengga, S.H., M.Mar. "The SCANTER 6000 does that, with great reliability."

Indonesia's waters have a high volume of shipping, with many challenges. There is piracy, smuggling, and other illegal activities, and many places to hide. The country's offshore energy industry is growing, which requires safety, security, and environmental monitoring. Many countries send their fishing vessels to Indonesian waters, and many of them are taking the fish without a license – a multi-billion dollar loss to Indonesia every year.

"Terma responded to our request in a very prompt manner," Head of Infrastructure of Sea and Coast Guard, M. Dahri, S.H., M.HUM, said. "We issued an urgent request, and they have made these radars, tested them, and shipped them to the different homeports for simultaneous installation in a very short time."

The SCANTER 6000 is a coherent X-band 2D solid state radar developed by Terma to address market requirements for improved surface and low airspace situational awareness. It has been specifically designed as an affordable all-weather sensor solution to plug the gap between standard marine navigation radars and more expensive military surveillance radar systems.

The SCANTER 6000 naval surveillance radar will also be installed on Royal Navy's new Type-26 Global Combat Ships. The radar is in service on French Navy's Charles De Gaulle aircraft carrier and L'Adroit vessel, U.S. Navy's Stiletto high speed experimental vessel and on the Danish Navy's Frigate Iver Huitfeldt. It is also supplied to the navies of Germany and UAE and for new OPV programs as well as update programs.

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/naval-exhibitions/euronaval-2016/4457-euronaval-2016-indonesian-navy-orders-terma-scanter-6000-radar-systems.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Mer 19 Oct 2016 - 18:10

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Navantia to Modernize Indonesian Navy Corvette KRI Malahayati-362


19 Oktober 2016


KRI Malahayati-362 (photo : TNI AL)


The consortium formed by Indra and Navantia has been awarded the Combat System upgrade of the Indonesian Navy corvette KRI Malahayati-362 worked in PT PAL shipyard by 15.7 million contract. According to detailed by Navantia, this contract will involve some 80,000 hours of work for Navantia Systems in the Bay of Cadiz .

In a note, Navantia explained that both companies will work to provide Indonesian Navy with most advanced technology of Spanish naval electronics. The project is part of the modernization program Mid-Life Modernization (MLM) of this Fatahillah class corvette , which was assigned to the Indonesian military shipyard PT PAL.


RIGEL ESM (photo : Indra)

The Combat System upgrade includes the modernization of sensors and fire control, integrating all through a modern combat management system.

Some of the most advanced systems of both companies for the naval sector, such as the ESM RIGEL electronic defense system Indra or fire control DORNA and the combat management system of CATIZ. Navantia win this contract a new reference strengthens its position in the international market.


DORNA fire control system (photo : Navantia)

As highlighted, collaboration with the military shipyard PT PAL Indonesia reference in this program also "opens new perspectives for the future." For them, Indra and Navantia in this project have established a business model in which the two companies join forces in their areas of greater specialization .

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Jeu 27 Oct 2016 - 20:14

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Indonesian Army Wants More Badak FSV


27 Oktober 2016


Badak fire support vehicles (photo : Pindad)


More Badak on the cards

Following an initial order for 50 Badak (Rhino) 6x6 armoured fighting vehicles, it is rumoured the Indonesian Army wants more.

This could push orders into the several hundreds and worth a lot more than the $36 million that domestic manufacturer, PT Pindad, received for the first 50 units.

Badak has passed its qualification tests and the company is preparing the production line and deliveries of Badak could begin later this year, but a large order could see production increase to 25-30 units annually.

Pindad is pinning much credence on its Badak, which was unveiled at the Indo Defence 2014 exhibition. The Badak, based on a new hull with STANAG 4569 Level 3 ballistic protection, successfully performed test firings with its 90mm main armament at the Infantry Training Centre from 10-12 December 2015.

For this project Pindad is cooperating closely with Belgian company CMI Defence. The latter’s Cockerill CSE 90LP two-man turret with low-pressure gun will be produced in Indonesia under a transfer of technology agreement signed in late 2014. Pindad engineers have completed training in how to manufacture the turret using aluminium materials, with a spokesman confirming that Pindad will produce 90mm turrets not only for the Badak but also as a ‘special hub to produce the turret for the nearby region’.

The Badak is powered by a 340hp, six-cylinder diesel engine coupled to a ZF automatic transmission. It features independent suspension to help withstand recoil forces when the main gun is fired, while its armour is able to withstand 12.7mm rounds. Pindad’s spokesman hinted that ‘we’ll continue to develop new variants of this type of panzer’.

Pindad began producing the Anoa-1 6x6 APC in 2008, while the Anoa-2 appeared in 2012. The latter possessed improvements to suit it for Lebanon peacekeeping duties, and variants include APC, command, logistic, ambulance, recovery and mortar.

Pindad’s spokesman informed Shephard that around 300 Anoa vehicles have been produced to date, and its United Nations peacekeeping deployments include Darfur and southern Lebanon. The newest amphibious variant has already passed certification tests. Furthermore, this year Pindad sent the Anoa to an undisclosed Middle East country for trials.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Ven 28 Oct 2016 - 21:22

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Indonesia Orders Two More C295s


28 Oktober 2016


C-295 of the Indonesian Air Force (photo : indonesian_military)


Indonesia has ordered two additional Airbus C295 aircraft, adding to nine already delivered. The new aircraft will be configured for maritime patrol. The air force uses the earlier C295s as transports.

The national police will operate one of the new C295s as its only fixed-wing aircraft ,while the air force will operate the other, says Iwan Krisnanto, the head of Indonesian Aerospace’s design center. Indonesia designates the type as the CN-295. Indonesian Aerospace ordered the aircraft on behalf of the government, as it did for the previous nine.

Krisnanto, in a written response to Aviation Week’s questions, declined to specify the type of mission system to be installed on the new aircraft.


The new face CN-235 MPA (photo : Marchel)

Indonesian Aerospace has opted for the Merlin system of U.S. company Integrated Surveillance & Defense Inc. on three CN-235 maritime patrol aircraft (MPA), two of which are operated by the navy. The third CN-235 MPA, destined for the air force, is expected to be delivered by year-end, Krisnanto says. The C295 is based on the CN-235.

The main features of the Merlin MPA system are an electronic surveillance system, electro-optical turret and a Telephonics search radar.

Krisnanto says the nine C295s ordered in 2012 have been delivered to the air force, with the last one in December 2015. Two were fully manufactured by Airbus, five were outfitted by Indonesian Aerospace at its facilities in Bandung, and the remaining two were assembled and flight tested by the local company. As part of the $325 million contract, a service and delivery center and a final assembly line was set up in Bandung.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Dim 6 Nov 2016 - 18:23

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PT Daya Radar Utama Receives Order from TNI AL and TNI AD


05 November 2016


LCU for Leopard carrier with max payload 1500 DWT for TNI AD (photo : Defense Studies)


Second landing ship tank in build

Having delivered the landing ship tank (LST) KRI Teluk Bintuni to the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) last year, shipbuilder PT Daya Radar Utama (Hall A, Stand P020) is now working on additional orders for military logistics vessels.




The company confirmed to the Show Daily that it has recently received an order from the Ministry of Defence to build two 99m-long Landing Craft Utility vessels for the Indonesian Army (TNI-AD).

Delivery is planned from the end of 2018. In addition, PT Daya Radar Utama is working on the build of the second LST for the TNI-AL.



While derived from Teluk Bintuni, the absence of a hangar means the design is slightly smaller with regard to both length and beam. First steel was cut in June 2016, with handover planned for early 2018.

In addition, PT Daya Radar Utama is working on the build of the LST for the TNI AL. While derived from Teluk Bintuni, the absence of a hangar means the design is slightly smaller with regard to both length and beam. First steel was cut in June 2016, with handover planned for early 2018.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Lun 7 Nov 2016 - 16:47

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Leonardo's SAGE ESM Enters Service on Indonesian Air Force CN-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft
(Source: Leonardo-Finmeccanica; issued Nov 04, 2016)




JAKARTA --- Leonardo-Finmeccanica’s SAGE Electronic Support Measures (ESM) system has now entered service on the Indonesian Air Force’s first modified CN-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA). The modification programme was led by PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) and Integrated Surveillance and Defense (ISD) in the US.

SAGE is a digital sensor for aircraft used for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions. It can identify the location of Radio Frequency (RF) emitters such as surface-to-air missile fire-control radars from a single aircraft, enhancing situational awareness.

The first CN-235 was modified during 2016, with SAGE being installed and integrated with the aircraft’s tactical mission system. Airborne flight testing then took place during the summer. Leonardo is working closely with ISD and PTDI to deliver this capability to the Indonesian Air Force and is looking forward to future business opportunities with the two companies.

The Indonesian Air Force will be operating the SAGE system in the maritime environment, where a clear understanding of an adversary’s use of the electromagnetic spectrum is essential. SAGE provides this capability in a cost-effective and sophisticated digital package and will allow the IAF to detect and locate potentially threatening radar systems.

SAGE is part of Leonardo’s electronic warfare product portfolio that includes individual sensors as well as fully integrated defensive aid suites. The company’s expertise in the domain allows it to offer a dedicated Electronic Warfare Operational Support (EWOS) facility, boosting the effectiveness of all EW products.

SAGE is readily exportable and is in use with the Republic of Korea as part of a package of electronic warfare equipment for the country’s Maritime Operational Helicopter (MOH) programme and will also enter service on the AW159 helicopter in Brazilian Navy service in 2017.

In October 2016, SAGE was demonstrated on the Leonardo Helicopters SW4-Solo Optionally-Piloted helicopter and the Schiebel S-100 CamCopter UAS during the Royal Navy’s Unmanned Warrior exercise in the UK. SAGE is effective over a range of operating domains and platforms.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Indonésienne / Indonesian National Armed Forces / Tentara Nasional Indonesia   Jeu 24 Nov 2016 - 19:37

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Airbus Helicopters Delivers first Three AS565 MBe Panther to Indonesia


24 November 2016


First three of 11 AS565 MBe Panther helicopters handed over to PT Dirgantara Indonesia. Deliveries to run through to 2018. AS565 MBe will
bring increased mission capabilities, specifically for anti-submarine warfare missions. (all photos : Airbus Helicopters)


Marignane – Airbus Helicopters has delivered the first three of the 11 AS565 MBe Panther helicopters to Indonesia, ahead of contract schedule, at a ceremony at Airbus Helicopters’ headquarters in Marignane, in the presence of representatives from Indonesia’s Ministry of Defence and the Indonesian Navy.

This follows the contract signature in late 2014 with PT Dirgantara Indonesia for 11 AS565 MBe helicopters. The delivery of the remaining helicopters will run through to 2018.

“We are excited to witness the handover of the first three AS565 MBe helicopters to our partner today”, said Janick Blanc, Head of the Panther programme at Airbus Helicopters. “The AS565 MBe has been developed using state-of-the-art processes and this enhanced variant of the Panther will benefit from an increased maximum take-off weight at 4,500kg. This will provide increased mission capabilities, specifically for the anti-submarine warfare missions these rotorcraft are expected to perform”, he added.



Under the agreement, Airbus Helicopters will supply the AS565 MBe helicopters to its Indonesia industrial partner PT Dirgantara Indonesia, who will reassemble and outfit these rotorcraft in-country, acting as the design authority. This will notably cover the installation of the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) suite which includes a dipping sonar and torpedo launch systems, allowing the Indonesian Navy to carry out its most demanding missions.

This Indonesian MBe Panther programme is the latest of a long-standing relationship between Airbus Helicopters and PT Dirgantara Indonesia, who celebrated their 40 years of strategic partnership earlier this month. The two companies have delivered more than 190 helicopters together, through joint programmes over the last four decades.

“We have been working with Airbus Helicopters on numerous projects for many years by now, and this milestone today further illustrates the commitment both companies have towards this programme”, said Budi Santoso, CEO and President of PT Dirgantara Indonesia. “We look forward to receiving these green helicopters in Bandung, as we ready to start the installation of the mission equipment, and the subsequent qualification and certification of our future anti-submarine warfare helicopters”, he added.

Recognised as one of the world’s most capable light/medium anti-submarine warfare platforms, the AS565 MBe is equipped with two Safran Arriel 2N engines, which enhance the helicopter’s performance in high and hot conditions, while enabling it to achieve a top speed of 165 kt and a range of 780 kilometres. It also boasts a new main gearbox, the latest-generation tail rotor and a 4-axis autopilot that reduces crew workload and makes the most demanding missions easier to perform.

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