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F-310 Fridtjof Nansen Class
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The F310-class frigates have been designed to provide Anti-Air Warfare (AAW) and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) capabilities. A flight deck and a hangar will be provided for a single NH90 helicopter. The ship will also feature ESSM surface-to-air missiles and the AEGIS weapon system with the downsized AN/SPY-1F radar antenna. The F310-class frigates will be the first warship all over the world integrating the SPY-1F antenna.
The F310-class frigates will also feature reduced radar cross section for improved survivability. The Norwegian Navy ordered five Nansen-class frigates with deliveries beginning in 2005 through 2009. These frigates will be built between Spain, IZAR as main integrator, and Norway.
On February 17, 2005, Lockheed-Martin released that jointly with IZAR the first AEGIS weapon system aboard the Fridtjof Nansen frigate successfully underwent initial activation at IZAR's shipyards in Ferrol, Spain. This event marked the beginning of the integrated weapon system testing for the F310-class frigates.
On April 5, 2006 the first Fridtjof Nansen frigate was handed over to the Royal Norwegian Navy after six years since the program inception in 2000. The official ceremony took place at Ferrol shipyards in Northern Spain.
Accommodation: Crew 146
Guns: Main Gun Caliber 76 mm
Dimensions: Beam 16.8 m, Draft 4.9 m, Length 123 m
Weights: Full Displacement 5,130 t
Performance: Cruise Speed 18 kt (33 kph), Top Speed 26 kt (48 kph)
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F-100 Alvaro de Bazán Class
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The F100-class frigates have designed to provide area air defense against advanced airborne threats such as supersonic missiles and stealth aircraft with secondary capability against surface ships and submarines. These frigates will also perform as crisis management center and flag ship for the Spanish Navy or Multinational strike groups. According to Spanish Government Sources, they are also intended as a ship-based ballistic missile defense system, but that seems to be unrealistic due to SPY-1D limitations.

The Alvaro de Bazan ships are the first European warships mounting the AEGIS weapon system. Four AN/SPY-1D radar antennas have been provided to these ships as well as associated equipment. A 48-cell MK41 VLS has been installed on the stem deck of the F100 frigates containing Standard SM-2 Block IIIA and ESSM missiles. In addition 8 Harpoon missiles, torpedoes and a 76mm naval gun will provide anti-ship capability. A helicopter hangar and a flight deck located at the stern of the ship will make possible to operate a single SH-60B LAMPS III helicopter for anti-submarine (ASW) anti-surface warfare (ASuW).
The F100-class frigates will also feature two 20mm Meroka close-in weapon system and reduced radar cross section for improved survivability. There are plans to integrate the Fire Scout UAV into these ships but this option has not been confirmed yet.
The Spanish Navy has ordered 4 F100 frigates to enter service by 2005 replacing five aging Knox-class frigates currently in service. They will operate in both blue water and shallow water environments. In May 2005 the Spanish government approved the construction of the fifth F100-class frigate (F105) to be commissioned in 2012.
Accommodation: Crew 229
Guns: Main Gun Caliber 127 mm
Number of Weapons: 56
Dimensions: Height 9.8 m, Length 147 m, Width 17.5 m
Weights: Max Weight 5,800 t
Performance: Cruise Speed 9 mps (18 kt), Max Range 8,300 km (4,482 nm), Top Speed 15 mps (29 kt)
Power: Power 47,500 shp
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Yakuza a écrit:
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..
Oui je sais.J'aimerais aussi un heritier jet,toutefois notre armée de l'air semble que va en recherche d'un sustitut turbo-hélice,ce qui je trouve un erreur d'ailleurs.Évidemment tout cela a une explication logique et c'est l'intention de remplacer aux C-101 et T-35 Pillán par une seule plate-forme qu'aide à réduire des coûts d'opération et entretien.

D'un point de vue d'efficience économique ça serait une bonne solution, mais d'un point de vue opérationnelle je pense qu'un avion jet est nécessaire comme jusqu'à présent.

D'autre part,quant au M-346 je pense qu'il sera le sustitut naturel de nos F-5 ainsi que des autres enterenateurs avancés en Europe tôt ou tard.. Rolling Eyes
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The range of robot units, AUNAV and SUPER AUNAV, especially created for explosive deactivation purpose tasks, have been used since 2003 as the standard regulation units by the Special Police Branches.

The application of the latest technology, together with an extensive analysis of the human-machine interface, in addition to the required ergonomics and operative practicality, make the AUNAV units the most advanced and innovative solution available on the market.

This is demonstrated by the extensive response that these robots have had on the international market, where many countries, through their respective institutions, have shown a high interest in acquiring this technology. As a result, numerous contracts and exports have already been signed.

Due to its uniqueness and to its innovative concept, that is, its extraordinary power and its immense operational precision, AUNAV can be used for many different applications, such as military operations.

Pincer

The intricate design of the pincer, together with its extraordinary precision and resilience, allows it to perform from the most delicate manipulations to destructive forces of over 5000 Kg.

The pincer rotates 360º with a gentle and precise move that enables it to deal with complex and delicate manipulation.

It also supports auxiliary components such as X-ray inspection systems, disruptors, cut off and hydro-cutting systems, etc.

Control Panel

The AUNAV vehicle is controlled entirely by means of a laptop and a joystick. The human-machine interface has been studied in detail in order to develop the most convenient control program.

All control options can be accessed with the joystick, that is, practically using just one hand.

The screen can be used to show simultaneously the machine’s operational conditions and the images relayed from its on-board cameras.

A container similar to a hard wearing briefcase facilitates the transport of the control panel and its accessories.

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