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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mar 27 Avr 2010 - 13:05







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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mar 27 Avr 2010 - 23:59

Voici le protagoniste de la seconde vidéo de mon message précédent..



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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mer 28 Avr 2010 - 0:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mer 28 Avr 2010 - 13:51



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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 1:05

Voici 2 exemples de plus de la qualité des systèmes d'Indra...

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Indra to Develop a CBRN Laboratory for Turkey's MoD for $4 M

Indra proves its international strong and competitive position in threat countermeasure technologies for defense

(Madrid, March 17, 2010) -- The Ministry of Defence of Turkey awarded Indra a contract to deliver a deployable mobile laboratory for proved analytic identification of Chemical, Biological, Radiological-Nuclear (CBRN) threats. The contract, with an execution period of 18 months, amounts to nearly USD 4 M. This project reinforces Indra's relationship with Turkey's authorities as a technology supplier.

Besides the development of the system, the company will provide thorough logistic support to the laboratory, including training and definition of work protocols.

The company competed with the world's leading companies of the sector. Indra's capacity to customise the solution to meet the needs and requirements of the Turkish Army played an essential role to win the contract. The award is an evidence of the company's international competitive position in CBRN solutions and systems. NUROL will be Indra's most important local subcontractor to undertake some mechanical tasks of the contract.

The mobile laboratory will be integrated in a module which allows transportation by helicopter, cargo aircraft or lorry to the operation area.

The solution provides operators with a clean and safe environment where the samples can be analysed and the results transmitted. The system also incorporates a decontamination shower to prevent transfer of possible contaminating agents between external and internal areas.

The company is also engaged in the deployment of an air space surveillance network to reinforce civil air traffic in Turkey. For this reason, Indra will deploy nearly twenty latest-generation secondary radar systems.
CBRNE security in Europe.


In addition to this contract, the company was awarded another project by the European Defence Agency (EDA), also in the area of CBRN security.

In this case, the company will define the future European Command and Control system to tackle CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive) threats.

Indra will undertake the development of the technical and operational requirements as well as the most adequate architecture for the future command and control system.The solution seeks to offer a global vision of all CBRNE information existing in the European Union. For this reason, it will process information coming from detection and alert devices deployed in member countries. Besides this, it will gather information from its own sources, external services or other intelligence mechanisms.

In addition, the system will be able to represent the operation scenario graphically and to provide the different corps operating in a certain area (police, firefighters and health authorities) with timely CBRNE information in order to coordinate actions if necessary.

The project, commissioned by EDA is an acknowledgement to Indra's technological capacity and broad knowledge in CBRNE threat management systems. Among the references of the company in this area, it could be mentioned the deployment of the Radiological Alert Network in Spain, for a non-stop monitorisation of radiation levels across the national territory and the start up of a mobile unit for radiation which was employed during the dismantling of nuclear reactors at the nuclear power plant in Kozloduy (Bulgaria).


Source : Indra

Arrow http://www.asdnews.com/news/26729/Indra_to_Develop_a_CBRN_Laboratory_for_Turkey_s_MoD_for_$4_M.htm

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Germany to Implement Indra's SatCom System in 2 U212 Submarines

-- This country will also incorporate Indra's terminals on two frigates
-- On the other hand, Brazil acquired several satellite communications systems of the company
-- The total amount of the contracts exceed EUR 6 M

(Madrid, October 1, 2009) -- Indra, the premier IT company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe will equip two U-212 submarines of the German Navy with its satellite communications system which increases the current capacity of the submarines by a factor of ten. The company will also supply two F-122 German frigates with its communications systems.

Besides this, Indra will equip the Brazilian Ministry of Defence with different satellite communications systems. The total amount of the contracts with both countries exceeds EUR 6 m.

U-212 submarines will be provided with a system capable of transmitting voice and data at periscope depth (16-19 feet) at 128 Kb/s in military X band. This band is reserved for government satellite communications, guaranteeing higher availability and confidentiality in comparison to commercial networks.

So far, submarines communications reached 9.6 Kb/s via satellite. Indra's system allows for voice and data transmission at greater speed, hence reducing the time to report and to receive orders, shortening time on the surface besides improving coordination with the command's staff.

The system is an upgraded version of the systems currently onboard the Spanish S-70 submarines, the only ones within NATO capable of transmitting in X-band at 64 Kbs which makes them the best-fitted submarines to establish communications with the command centre. Indra will implement this new version in the future S-80 submarines that Navantia is developing for Spain.

The Bremen and Ausburg F-122 frigates will be equipped with Indra's satellite communications system with a voice and data transmission capacity of 1 Mbps also in the military band.


Systems for the Brazilian flagship

On the other hand Indra has gained an important position as a satellite communications systems supplier of Brazil's Ministry of Defence. The company will supply ground terminals to operate in the Brazilian military satellite communications network, Siscomis and will implement the systems onboard Brazil's main aircraft carrier for the establishment of this type of communications.

The system to be implemented by the company on Sao Paulo will allow the ship to establish a voice and data link at 512 Kbps in SHF band. This solution is similar to those supplied by Indra to the country's navy and which are currently in operation in different frigates and ships.

The systems have already proved reliable and heavy duty. For instance, they have been installed in the Ary Rongel, a ship that was destined to the Antarctic.

The systems are technologically avant-garde and meet the highest standards of naval military communications and Indra has implemented them in many ships of the Spanish and Dutch navies.

The company will also provide the Brazilian Ministry of Defence with different ground terminals; specifically tactical terminals with deployment capability and transmission capacity up to 2 Mbps; Manpack-like systems, that can be easily transported by an operator and easily deployed in a short time as well as high-capacity, portable terminals that can be deployed onboard a vehicle .

The company has collaborated with Brazil's Ministry of Defence since 2006 in the development of Ciscomis, its military satellite communications network. It started up critical elements of the network, in either naval or ground terminals as well as the ISMAS system (Integrated X-band Stations Management System) for network management.


With this contracts, Indra reinforces its international position in satellite communications technologies since besides the above-mentioned contracts in Germany, Brazil, Netherlands and Spain, the company has also supplied solutions to France and Poland, among others.

Furthermore, In Spain, Indra is in charge of implementing most of Secomsat, the Spanish satellite communications network for the Ministry of Defence and is the only terminal supplier for the satellite network of the Military Emergency Unit (UME).

Arrow http://www.asdnews.com/news/23570/Germany_to_Implement_Indra_s_SatCom_System_in_2_U212_Submarines.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Jeu 29 Avr 2010 - 1:53

Voici la gamme de produits de l'entreprise espagnole Arpa qui est consacrée à la conception et la fabrication de systèmes de logistique militaire, civile et sanitaire.

Arrow Partie 1

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Santé militaire.








Alimentation.










Transport,Stockage et Maintenance.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 30 Avr 2010 - 1:04

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Casernement et Campement





Infrastructures





Hygiène


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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 21:41

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Architecture modulaire




Des systèmes integrés




D'autres équipements


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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 21:56

Voici un produit d'Eads CASA...

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Air Refueling Boom System(ARBS)



El avión de pruebas de reabastecimiento aéreo con pértiga A310 de EADS CASA realizó el 30 de enero de 2007 su doceava prueba de vuelo, prueba en la que por primera vez se utilizó la pértiga con éxito. El 30 de marzo de 2006 se completó con éxito la primera fase del programa de pruebas del ARBS después de 3 años de desarrollo, durante los que EADS CASA llevó a cabo el diseño y fabricación de esta nueva generación de aviones de reabastecimiento con pértiga (boom). El programa de pruebas de vuelo está dedicado a comprobar el funcionamiento de la nueva pértiga (boom) que se ha instalado en una plataforma Airbus e incluye, por ejemplo, ampliar el rango de trabajo del avión de reabastecimiento o realizar contactos seco/húmedo con un F-16. Los resultados preliminares de las pruebas de vuelo han demostrado que ni la plataforma aérea ni la estructura de la pértiga sufren ningún tipo de vibración, que la instalación de la pértiga repercute mínimamente en la capacidad de maniobra del avión y que no influye de ninguna manera en la toma de aire de la APU (auxiliary power unit o servomotor auxiliar). Además de contar con una estructura principal dotada de un sistema de pértiga avanzado, el ARBS cuenta con controles fly-by-wire (control electrónico de vuelo) que incluyen un sistema automático de alivio de cargas que hace posible un rango más amplio de reabastecimiento y un mejor control. El máximo consumo de combustible nominal es de 1.200 US gal./min. Un operador de pértiga, RARO (Remote Aerial Refuelling Operator), situado en una estación en la cabina del piloto, controla un sistema de vigilancia artificial con visión 3D durante todo el proceso de reabastecimiento en el aire.

Arrow http://classic.eads.net/800/es/gallery/airbus/airbus_military/mrtt.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Dim 2 Mai 2010 - 21:58

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Air Refueling Boom System(ARBS)





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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 0:33

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Indra to Modernise Rota and Cartagena Ports with Avant-garde Technology

(Source: Indra; issued April 29, 2010)



The Spanish Navy commissioned Indra the modernisation of Naval Station Rota and Cartagena Naval Base’s communications infrastructures for EUR 1.7 M. The systems will become operative in 2011 and will meet the needs of NATO’s most modern ships. The design of the networks guarantees further customisation.

The modernisation is essential for the ports to maintain their decisive role in NATO’s strategy in the Mediterranean Sea. It will place both ports among Europe’s most technologically advanced.

The new systems will provide the ships with a high-capacity transmission link through NATO’s general purpose communications segment while moored with the station systems as well as with other facilities in Spain or in third countries.

The link will allow access to voice, data and video services and to connect to the Spanish Navy and NATO’s networks with confidentiality and security guarantees by means of a multiservice IP network.

The network’s new capacities are essential to meet the complex needs of NATO’s ships. The services cover from telephony or email to telediagnosis of embarked systems. The automatic test benches of the naval stations will analyse the performance of the logistics, communications and electronic defence embarked systems, among others.


Cartagena Naval Base, located at the natural harbour of the city, gives support to NATO’s ships and the Spanish Navy in the Mediterranean Sea, besides housing its submarine base. It was in this same location where Indra inaugurated in early 2009 the Centre of Excellence for the Armed Forces called CEMANPER (Periscope Maintenance Centre) with the support of specialists in development and maintenance of sonar, electronic and optical systems for S-70 and S-80 submarines.

Naval Station Rota, located across Cadiz Bay, provides logistic support and maintenance to NATO ships. It also offers onshore and maintenance facilities for USA’s Sixth Fleet ships and is a necessary route to reach the Indian Ocean. It also gives services to Grupo Alfa and Grupo Anfibios of the Spanish Navy. Besides this, the station houses the US Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Center which supplies information to Spain and NATO.


Indra is the premier Information Technology company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe and Latin America. It is ranked as the second European company in its sector according to stock market capitalisation, and also the second Spanish company with the most investment in R&D. In 2009, revenues reached EUR 2,513 M, of which a third came from the international market. The company employs more than 29,000 professionals and has clients in more than 100 countries.

Arrow http://www.defense-aerospace.com/articles-view/release/3/114470/indra-to-modernize-spanish-naval-bases.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mar 4 Mai 2010 - 21:43

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Meroka CIWS

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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 14 Mai 2010 - 23:58

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Simulateur de Duel






L'armée espagnole a en service 85 de ces simulateurs de tir pour les Leopard-2E, 80 pour les VCI Pizarro/Ascod et 40 pour des cibles...
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Sam 15 Mai 2010 - 0:14

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SIMACA(Simulateur d'Artillerie de Campagne)

Le SIMACA est un Centre de Simulation qui permet à les unités d'Artillerie de Campagne et aux élèves de l'Académie d'Artillerie d'exercer toutes les procédures réglementaires en rapport avec les techniques de tir, en constituant l'outil le plus adéquat pour l'instruction et l'entraînement, en fournissant une représentation virtuelle des moyens utilisés dans l'Artillerie de Campagne ainsi que des situations dérivées de son fonctionnement et emploie.




Selon une nouvelle très récente les conversations pour l'acquisition d'un de ces systèmes entre le Brésil et l'entreprise espagnole Tecnobit seraient très avancées. D'autres pays intéressés seraient la Colombie et le Mexique...
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Dim 16 Mai 2010 - 17:29

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SOLARSUB



Type
Submarine towed array sonar.

Description
The LF Solarsub towed array sonar is designed to complement submarine hull-mounted sonars.The system offers wide area surveillance; long-range detection; multiple track capability; and improved classification aids.The modularity of the system with its small footprint components and low power consumption enables the system to be easily installed on board any type of submarine.Solarsub comprises an antenna and junction box, input signal conditioner, operator console, and optionally an outboard winch for deployment and recovery of the antenna, depending on operational requirements.The system uses COTS hardware components and a new generation streamer that, due to its reduced diameter, allows a wide range of towing speeds.The sonar is fitted for standard interface with combat systems.

Arrow http://www.janes.com/articles/Janes-Underwater-Warfare-Systems/Solarsub-Spain.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Dim 16 Mai 2010 - 17:40

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SPAS(Sonobuoy Processing Acoustic System)



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SAES lanza el SPAS, su nuevo Sistema de Análisis Acústico

22/03/2010 (Infodefensa.com) Madrid - SAES ha conseguido integrar el Procesador Acústico SPAS con los equipos Receptor de Sonoboyas, Radio UHF, Sistema OTPI, Sistema Grabador Digital, y Sistema Data Link (datos, video y audio), con lo que ha conseguido conformar un Subsistema Acústico completo de la aeronave, que con el nombre de Subsistema Acústico SPAS, puede ser instalado en modo "Stand Alone" o integrado con el "Sistema de Misión" tanto en aviones como helicópteros.

En la actualidad, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS se encuentra plenamente operativo a bordo tanto de aviones de patrulla marítima (P3-Orion, C-295) como de helicópteros (SH-60B, Agusta Westland A109-LUHS).



Los aviones de patrulla marítima (MPA) utilizan habitualmente en operaciones del tipo ASW sensores acústicos consistentes en sonoboyas pasivas y activas, y otros no acústicos que pueden se pasivos (ESM, FLIR, MAD) o visuales activos (Radar), con el objetivo de detectar, localizar, clasificar, seguir y atacar submarinos.

En los últimos 12 años, SAES ha desarrollado una familia de procesadores acústicos de sonoboyas (SPAS) capaces de procesar desde 4 (SPAS-4) hasta 32 (SPAS-32), que tienen la característica de ser pasivas y activas simultáneamente.



Basándose en el análisis de las señales acústicas adquiridas por las sonoboyas desplegadas, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS proporciona los medios para detectar, localizar, clasificar, y seguir submarinos y buques de superficie.

Un despliegue adecuado de sonoboyas es primordial para una correcta misión ASW; así que, como ayuda para el despliegue, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS ofrece herramientas de predicción de prestaciones (trazado de rayos, Maximum Detection Range y Probability Detection Range) basadas en el procesado de sonoboyas BATHY, ANM y en modelos de propagación contrastados.

En detección, el sistema SPAS proporciona distintos tipos de análisis, en función del tipo de sonoboya desplegada, tales como un análisis en banda ancha que muestra los resultados, para cada sonoboya pasiva direccional, en presentaciones Bearing/Time (BTI) y Bearing/Amplitude. Además, y para facilitar las tareas de localización de amenazas, el sistema integra el procesado en banda ancha sobre un conjunto de sonoboyas pasivas direccionales seleccionadas por el operador, y lo muestra en un plot de energía pasivo.

Además, permite otro tipo de análisis como el banda estrecha, que muestra los resultados para cada sonoboya pasiva en presentaciones frecuencia/tiempo (LFI), frecuencia/amplitud (ALI) y marcación/frecuencia (BFI); el de transients, que muestra los resultados, para cada sonoboya pasiva, en presentaciones frecuencia/tiempo (LFI); el de Demon y Doble Demon, que permite ver los resultados para cada sonoboya pasiva del análisis Demon en presentación frecuencia/tiempo (LFI) y del análisis Doble Demon en presentación frecuencia/frecuencia (portadora/análisis); o el de procesado de pings CW y FM monoestáticos y multiestáticos para sonoboyas activas direccionales.

El sistema SPAS emite y procesa pings del tipo CW, FM Up, FM Down y COMBO, tanto en modo monoestático como multiestático. El resultado de los pings monoestáticos se muestran en presentaciones Bearing/Range (BRI), Doppler/Range (DRI) y Amplitude/Range (ARI). En multiestatismo, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS integra el procesado del ping multiestático asociado a un grupo de sonoboyas activas formadas por el operador, y además lo muestra sobre un plot geográfico multiestático, favoreciendo así la localización del contacto con una alta precisión.



Para facilitar las tareas de detección y clasificación de una amenaza especifica, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS proporciona mecanismos de alertas, con el objetivo de avisar cuando una de las sonoboya desplegadas detecta una posible amenaza. Estos mecanismos están basados en una base de datos de firmas acústicas, permitiendo al operador, consultar y modificar los criterios de detección del contacto durante la misión.

Para la localización de contactos, el Subsistema Acústico SPAS proporciona un conjunto de herramientas de ayuda a la localización (Target Motion Analysis TMA, filtro de Kalman, DOP-CPA, CPA, Lloyd's Mirror, LOFIX, HYFIX) que representan sobre un plot geográfico la posición, el rumbo y la velocidad del contacto, facilitando la localización y el seguimiento de las amenazas.



Toda la información táctica generada, así como los datos adquiridos por las distintas sonoboyas durante una misión ASW, son registradas en un equipo grabador digital compatible con la STANAG 4283, con el objeto de analizar en profundidad y confirmar en tierra los contactos detectados durante la misión, así como poder detectar otras posibles amenazas que pudieron pasaron desapercibidas. La labor de análisis post-misión es primordial en labores de inteligencia acústica (ACINT) y para mejorar y actualizar la base de datos de amenazas.

El análisis en tierra de la misión, se debe realizar con un sistema que permita el proceso y análisis de las grabaciones en una tiempo récord, así como la extracción de datos que permita la creación y mantenimiento de una base de datos de inteligencia acústica.

Para tal fin, SAES ha desarrollado el sistema analizador rápido de sonoboyas ARAS, capaz de analizar una misión, bien en tiempo real, velocidad rápida (x2, x4 y x8), bien a velocidad lenta (x1/2, x1/4). El sistema tiene las mismas capacidades de análisis y herramientas de ayuda que el sistema embarcado SPAS, pero además ofrece prestaciones tales como una mayor resolución en frecuencia; extracción de la información recibida por una sonoboya correspondiente a un contacto (datos crudos), y su registro en una base de datos de firmas acústicas (ACINT); extracción y almacenamiento de los datos procesados sobre sonoboyas en la base de datos ACINT de los datos procesador sobre sonoboyas ANM y BATHY, permitiendo asociar los resultados a la posición geográfica y a la fecha y hora de la misión; así como el almacenamiento de las misiones ASW completas con objeto de volver a analizarlas, y proporcionar entrenamiento a las dotaciones.

Además, permite la generación de informes sobre los contactos detectados y la preparación y generación de una librería reducida de firmas acústicas específica de la misión, que será almacenada en el Subsistema Acústico SPAS previo al inicio de la misión, facilitando las operaciones de detección y localización automática de amenazas.

El sistema ARAS se encuentra plenamente operativo como soporte en tierra a las misiones ASW, y ha demostrado su eficacia e interoperabilidad durante maniobras ASW con fuerzas de la OTAN.



Arrow http://infodefensa.com/lamerica/noticias/noticias.asp?cod=2247&ref=Armada&n=SAES-lanza-el-SPAS,-su-nuevo-Sistema-de-An%E1lisis-Ac%FAstico-
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Mar 18 Mai 2010 - 15:18

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MINES SOUS-MARINES(Minea,Mila-6,MO-90...)



Mines and multi-influence measurement stations

Based on a wide range of sensors and sophisticated algorithms, SAES provide a complete set of mines and multi-influence measurement stations, establishing us as a leader in the world market.

Naval mines

The MINEA (exercise) and MINCOA (combat) series of naval mines are the most advanced of their kind currently manufactured. The series comprises of three kinds of naval mines: cylindrical bottom mine, conical shape shallow water and moored mine. Features include:

* Triaxial magnetic, electric and seismic sensors
* Acoustic and pressure sensor
* Acoustic link
* Programmable self recovery, data collection and recording capability (exercise version)

We also manufacture the MILA-6, a smart computer-controlled time-fuzed underwater limpet mine.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 13:35

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SAES - Sonar Systems, Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Systems, Naval Mines and Surveillance Systems

SA de Electronica Submarina (SAES) provides leading underwater battlespace electronic systems and equipment to meet the challenges posed in maritime security, coastal surveillance and anti-submarine warfare. Our range of products includes:

* Sonar systems
* Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) systems
* Airborne sonobuoy acoustics processing systems (SPAS)
* Mines and multi-influence measurement stations
* Maritime coastal surveillance and harbour protection
* Land-based systems for analysis, simulation and training

Submarine sonar systems

SAES specialises in the study, design and manufacture of electronics and sonar systems for both military and commercial markets. We undertake a wide range of development, manufacturing and support tasks, and our products include:

* Long range towed array sonar for submarines SOLARSUB
* Submarine cylindrical array sonar modernization SOCILSUB
* Diver detection sonar DAB-3
* Sonar performance prediction system SPPS
* Own noise measurement systems for ships and submarines CRV-ONMS

Airborne sonobuoy acoustic systems

Building on years of expertise in acoustic processing, SAES has developed a complete family of airborne sonobuoy processing acoustic systems (SPAS) that covers all MPA and helo mono and multi-static ASW operations.

The SPAS is fully integrated with the aircraft / helo tactical mission system and enables acoustic sensor operators to detect, classify, localize and track submarines and surface ships, based on analysis of the sonobuoys’ acoustic signals.

The SPAS is able to operate up to 32 of the most advanced digital and analog sonobuoys, fully integrated with other equipments as sonobuoy receivers, UHF radio, audio recorders and data link to form a complete ASW subsystem.

Post-mission acoustic signal analysis

The SAES fast-time analyzer system (FTAS) is an indispensable tool which performs a fast post-mission acoustic signal analysis.

The FTAS system provides reproduction from analog or digital record media according with the STANAG 4283 and simultaneously processing acoustic signals up to 32 acoustic channels, at real time speed, fast analysis up to 8x and slow up to ¼ x, to support post-mission report, intelligence analysis and training.

The system includes different tools and graphic presentations allowing ground confirmation of recorded contacts and retrieval of non-detected contacts during the operation, as well as to classify new contacts. These new acoustic signatures can be stored on digital format with the aim to build an acoustic intelligence database (ACINT).

Mines and multi-influence measurement stations

Based on a wide range of sensors and sophisticated algorithms, SAES provide a complete set of mines and multi-influence measurement stations, establishing us as a leader in the world market.

Multi-influence measurement system

The underwater multi-influence measurement system (UMIMS) is a high-performance measurement station allowing the measurement and recording of a complete ship signature.

Naval mines

The MINEA (exercise) and MINCOA (combat) series of naval mines are the most advanced of their kind currently manufactured. The series comprises of three kinds of naval mines: cylindrical bottom mine, conical shape shallow water and moored mine. Features include:

* Triaxial magnetic, electric and seismic sensors
* Acoustic and pressure sensor
* Acoustic link
* Programmable self recovery, data collection and recording capability (exercise version)

We also manufacture the MILA-6, a smart computer-controlled time-fuzed underwater limpet mine.

ASW and technical assistance

SAES has a complete services business line for technical assistance and support services on submarine combat systems and surface / aerial ASW, which allows companies, defense services and systems integrators to analyze, define, manage, integrate and test submarine and antisubmarine combat systems without losing the control of the project.

Services can be provided from our facilities with the maximum degree of confidentiality or even in customer facilities if project specificity so required.

Arrow http://www.naval-technology.com/contractors/mine_disposal/saes/







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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 13:45

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C-101 Aviojet Basic and Advanced Military Jet Trainer



The C-101 Aviojet is a jet trainer and ground attack aircraft designed and manufactured by EADS CASA, based in Madrid, Spain. The C-101 is currently operated by the air forces of four countries: Chile, Honduras, Jordan, and Spain. Over 130 aircraft are in service with 76 operated by the Spanish Air Force. The C-101 is a high performance aircraft with the capability of carrying out other roles including ground attack, reconnaissance and photographic missions and electronic warfare countermeasures.

C-101 DD

The C-101 DD is the latest design version of the CASA C-101. Equipped with an Integrated Navigation and Attack System (INAS), the C-101 DD allows the pilot to develop skills in flight and armament management techniques. The operational modes provided by the system are identical to those being integrated into modern combat aircraft, thus providing efficient pilot training in air navigation techniques and air-to-air and air-to-ground attack procedures.

The Integrated Navigation and Attack System includes a head-up display, air data and mission computers, an inertial platform and a control/display unit. All the INAS equipment is integrated with the armament control and other essential units through a MIL-STD-1553B digital data bus.

COCKPIT

The main controls for aircraft management and armament operation are grouped on the hands on throttle and stick (HOTAS). The HOTAS arrangement ensures maximum efficiency when using the aircraft as a weapons system.

The head-up display is the pilot's primary information instrument. The control and display unit allows the pilot to input and monitor the mission data and to select the operation modes and the track points.

The data presented on the HUD are the flight parameters, steering parameters and the attack data. The steering parameters are presented in either the self-contained navigation mode or in the radio-aided navigation mode. The attack data is displayed in Continuously Computed Impact Point (CCIP) mode for ground attack manoeuvres and for air-to-air manoeuvres the attack data is presented on the head-up display in Continuous Tracking (CT) mode or in Continuously Computed Impact Line (CCIL) mode.

The cockpit is equipped with two Mk10 zero/zero ejection seats supplied by Martin-Baker of Uxbridge, UK. The cockpit is pressurised and air conditioning is provided by an engine air bleed system developed by Hamilton Standard.

WEAPON SYSTEMS

The weapons bay is located in the centre of the fuselage below the rear cockpit position. The aircraft also has six hardpoints on the wings.

The weapons bay has the capacity to carry a laser designator, reconnaissance or countermeasures systems, a 30mm cannon complete with 130 rounds of ammunition, or a twin Browning M3 12.7mm machine gun with 440 rounds.

The underwing hardpoints are capable of carrying a 2,250kg payload, including LAU-10, BR-250 and BR-125 bombs, LAU-3A rocket launchers or AGM-65 Maverick missiles.

Armed with four 19in x 2.75in rocket launchers and a 30mm DEFA553 cannon with 130 rounds, the aircraft is capable of a 50 minute loiter time over the battle area and 8 minutes over the target area with a 30 minute fuel reserve. Armed with two Maverick missiles and a 30mm cannon the aircraft can remain for 8 minutes over the target area with a 30 minute reserve.

AVIONICS

The advanced avionics suite includes an air data computer, a mission computer, radar altimeter and a video recorder.

The Continuously Computed Impact Point (CCIP) mode for air-to-ground attack and the Continuous Tracking (CT) and Continuously Computed Impact Line (CCIL) modes for air-to-air combat enable the C-101 DD to train in modern combat techniques. The available attack modes provide flexibility in terms of firing conditions and high-level weapon aiming and delivering accuracy.

Navigational accuracy is achieved in autonomous mode based on the data supplied by the inertial platform and in using the information provided by the radio-navigation sensors.

ENGINES

The aircraft is equipped with the Garrett TFE-731-5 turbofan engine that provides 4,700lb of thrust with a specific consumption (rate of consumption of fuel for unit power or thrust) of 0.48lb/hr x lb. The ferry range of the aircraft with 30 minutes fuel reserve is 2,000 nautical miles.

Dimensions
Overall length
12.50m (41ft)
Wing span
10.60m (34ft 9in)
Height
4.25m (13ft 11in)
Wheel track
3.18m (10ft 5in)
Wing area
20m² (215ft²)
Wing thickness
15%
Normal fuel capacity
1,300kg (2,865lb)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 13:48

l´Aviojet semble ne pas avoir d´heritier AMRAAM c´est ca?pourquoi a ton avis?
il date deja et le marché des trainers evolue vite..

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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 14:14

Yakuza a écrit:
l´Aviojet semble ne pas avoir d´heritier AMRAAM c´est ca?pourquoi a ton avis?
il date deja et le marché des trainers evolue vite..
Oui,c'est ça.Au moins un heritier développé par l'industrie nationale malhereusement. Crying or Very sad

L'armée de l'air, avant la crise avait commencé à évaluer divers modèles d'avions pour remplacer aux C-101 durant les prochaines années. Évidemment, avec la situation économique actuelle ce programme souffrira divers retards. Les modèles à évaluer semble qu'étaient le PC-21,un avion tchèque turbo-hélice aussi dans lequel prenait part EADS et qui je ne me souviens pas de son nom et les T-6 B Texan II comme les vôtres.En fait,ce dernier fût evalué en septembre 2009 ici en Espagne.. Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Armes made in Spain   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 15:09

sont tous des props que tu as cité,moi je pensait a un heritier Jet,car un jour ou l´autre va falloir les remplacer les Aviojet,si l´industrie espagnole ne produit pas d´heritier,je vois bien le M348 chez vous en futur..

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