Leonardo's latest-generation maritime security systems and capabilities on show at Seafuture exhibition
- At Seafuture, Leonardo is participating in the debate over the future of the naval industry and highlighting how it can effectively support Italian excellence in the maritime domain
- Leonardo’s offer for navies and maritime security includes surveillance and defence systems, remotely-piloted aircraft, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft
- Over the last 50 years, more than 70 international navies have chosen Leonardo systems and technologies to equip over 1,000 vessels
Leonardo is participating in the sixth edition of the ‘Seafuture’ naval exhibition, which is being held at the Italian Navy’s La Spezia base on the 19-23 June. During the event, Leonardo will present some of its leading maritime surveillance products including the remotely-piloted AWHERO helicopter.
Leonardo offers a comprehensive portfolio of maritime security and surveillance products, which have been chosen by more than 70 international navies to equip more than 1,000 vessels over the past 50 years. Some of these technologies and systems will be on-show on-board the ‘Fasan’ frigate, the first Italian FREMM-class vessel to be configured for Anti-Submarine Warfare missions. The Fasan will be docked at La Spezia and will play host to a number of seminars on the next generation of naval technologies, in which Leonardo will take part.
During the event, Leonardo will present innovative solutions including ‘cyber security-by-design’ in the maritime context, resistance to electromagnetic attacks, interoperability with autonomous and remotely-piloted systems and a new concept of service provision which takes into account ‘logistics 4.0’. Of special relevance will be a debate on strategies for a European common defence, here Leonardo will present an update on the OCEAN2020 programme, which the Company leads at a European level. Leonardo will also present MORPHEUS, an immersive virtual-reality solution for training naval crews in operational and maintenance procedures, faithfully representing the real equipment used on-board ships.
Rome 19/06/2018 18:25