Press releases • Nov 07, 2018 09:30 GMT
Kongsberg Digital has been selected to deliver and support a suite of sophisticated K-Sim Navigation ready ship’s bridge simulators for the Royal Austalian Navy. The contract will enable the Royal Australian to significantly increase its training capacity and reduce costs associated with qualifying bridge watch keepers and other staff before going to sea.
Press releases • Sep 26, 2018 11:13 BST
Kongsberg Digital has revealed the ground-breaking new K-Sim Tactical Boat Handling and Firing Simulator solution at its UC 2018 Maritime Simulation User Conference in Tromsø, Norway, (September 25-27). While delivering a realistic and immersive simulated environment to effectively train crew on boat handling and fast interception operations, together with weapon engagements...
Kongsberg Maritime: Finnish Defence Forces Choose KONGSBERG Naval Sonars for SQ2000 Mid-Life Upgrade
Press releases • Jun 05, 2018 15:00 BST
Kongsberg Maritime has been awarded a contract by Finnish Defence Forces (FDF) to deliver ST2400 VDS (Variable Depth Sonar) upgrades to the SQ2000MLU program for the Hamina-Class Corvettes fleet. The ST2400 VDS is designed to provide accurate and highly reliable performance for detecting submarines, mines and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles in Littoral waters.
Kongsberg Maritime: KONGSBERG Highlights Compact Acoustic Solutions and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles at UDT 2017
Press releases • May 26, 2017 12:38 BST
Alongside the most sophisticated Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) available for Mine Countermeasures (MCM), the KONGSBERG stand (C40) at Underwater Defence Technology (UDT 2017) in Bremen, Germany, will host Kongsberg Maritime’s advanced compact acoustics solutions, which are used on small platforms by Navies in Littoral areas for diverse missions...
Press releases • Nov 22, 2016 11:56 GMT
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is expanding its maritime simulator facility at HMAS Watson, Sydney with the addition of new KONGSBERG ship-handling and navigation simulators and the integration of a new visual display system for its existing bridge simulator.