Naval Defence & Maritime Security Exhibition 2023
Forcys will be exhibiting at the Naval Defence & Maritime Security Exhibition (NAVDEX) on the 20th to the 24th of February at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in the United Arab Emirates.
Multi-aperture sonar for littoral mine-countermeasures
Designed to continue to be effective in shallow waters, Solstice is a multi-aperture sonar that excels in littoral environments.
Undersea Defence Technology 2023
Join us at the Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) on the 9th to the 11th of May in Rostock, Germany.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022
We are saddened by the death of Queen Elizabeth II. She has been an inspiration to many of us through her service and dedication to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. We would also like to extend our condolences to the Royal Family.
Capability ecosystems: beyond partnerships
Leading navies are focused on technological innovation, but it is time to outpace the rate of technological change. It is time to go further than partnerships.
State-of-the-art 4K digital stills and 3D lasers for one-person operated AUV
Just because your expeditionary forces operate small Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) systems, it doesn’t mean they should not be ambitious as to which payloads to carry.
Warfighters use software to improve their remotely operated vehicle experience
NaviSuite Mobula is a complete ROV software package with many advanced features for automatically and efficiently planning and performing ROV inspections.
Forcys – a sea change in naval underwater technology
Forcys brings together leading technologies, offering a comprehensive naval and subsea capability to the defence market.
Aiding the L3Harris Iver3 INS using USBL
Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) aided navigation helps autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) operators to ensure accurate mission outcomes.
Combined Naval Event 2023
Held from the 23rd to the 25th of May 2023 in Farnborough, United Kingdom, this event holds the popular underwater defence and security conference.
Forcys’ technology partners help locate Shackleton’s historic Endurance
After more than 100 years lost more than 3,000m underneath sea ice in the Antarctic’s Weddell Sea, the almost fully intact wreck of
Seabed warfare: keeping the advantage
Beluga whales spying, cabled infrastructure sabotage , and nuclear-powered underwater drones in actual development.
Unlocking interoperability in the underwater domain: secure acoustic communications
New concepts of operations are emerging which look to increase lethality by leveraging additional sensing capabilities from remote
Equinox: Improved mine-hunting using commercial-off-the-shelf instruments
The evolving requirements from world navies are challenging innovators to improve mine-hunting capabilities.
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