Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has this week successfully completed the installation of the first MT30 gas turbine into the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, at Babcock’s Rosyth shipyard in Scotland.
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The sea does not divide, it connects! More than 20 per cent of mankind live directly on the coast, about 40 per cent in coastal areas. The world’s great trade routes span the oceans. Therefore nearly all nations need modern naval forces. At Euronaval 2012, held in Paris from 22 to 26 October, Rheinmetall is […]
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has been selected by Island Offshore to design, power and equip an advanced subsea construction vessel.The versatile UT 737 CD vessel will support the most demanding subsea projects, including constructing and servicing oil and gas wells on the sea bed, up to 3,000 metres below sea level.In order […]
The navy of the Republic of Korea is procuring Rheinmetall’s MASS, the Düsseldorf-based company’s state-of-the-art decoy system for frigates, corvettes, minesweepers and patrol boats, for installation on its new Landing Ship, Tank vessels (LST-II). The South Korean Defence Acquisition Programme Administration (DAPA) contracted with Samsung-Thales Co. Ltd. of Seoul to equip the ships. The basis […]
The Norwegian certification company Det Norske Veritos (DNV) has recently subjected nautical simulators made by Rheinmetall Defence Electronics to a series of stringent technical tests. The examination encompassed re-certification of the Ship Handling Simulator ANS6000, Ship Engine Simulator SES 7, Liquid and Dry Cargo Handling Simulator LCS 7 / DCS 7 and the Safety […]