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UCT develops way to measure Antarctic sea-ice using ship-mounted radar

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The University of Cape Town (UCT) is investigating a way to use a type of continuous wave (CW) radar to measure Antarctica’s sea ice...

West African customer getting Blighter radars to protect coastal oil facilities

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The UK’s Blighter Surveillance Systems has been awarded a contract to provide its C400 series onshore and offshore installation security radars to protect a...

Programme announced for SA Radar Interest Group conference

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As the biennial Radar Conference date of 20 October fast approaches, the full programme has been published by the South African Radar Interest Group...

Hensoldt SA launches new naval surveillance radar

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Hensoldt South Africa has announced a newly developed active electronically scanned array (AESA) surveillance radar for naval, land and air applications. The ‘Quadome’ is a...

Radar to come under the spotlight at Radar Interest Group conference

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The South African Radar Interest Group (SARIG) will be hosting its biennial Radar Conference on 20 October and in anticipation has issued a call...

Hensoldt South Africa and CSIR partner on radar development

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Hensoldt South Africa and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have signed co-development and license agreements for the development of new-generation radar...

Hensoldt South Africa launches new radar business

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Sensor solutions house Hensoldt South Africa has launched its new radar business after acquiring the air traffic management (ATM) and defence & security business...

Hensoldt South Africa showcases diverse portfolio with capability demonstration

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Hensoldt South Africa is pushing ahead with its drive to become the leading defence electronics and security solutions provider in South Africa and to...

Technology is an effective force multiplier in anti-poaching operations

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The use of what the national Department of Environmental Affairs terms "appropriate technologies" as force multipliers in the ongoing battle against poachers...

SA needs more radars for border safeguarding

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The South African Air Force (SAAF) needs at least 50 radars to adequately protect its borders, according to a SAAF general. Brigadier General...

Border control under the spotlight at SA radar conference

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The South African Radar Interest Group (SARIG) will be hosting a radar conference at the CSIR later this week with the theme...

Libya asks EU for ships and radar to stop migrants

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Libya has asked the European Union to provide it with ships and radar to help its forces stop smuggling of migrants across...

Egypt seeking Sentinel radars

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Egypt has requested a possible sale of eight Sentinel AN/MPQ-64F1 radars, support vehicles, radios, spares and training from the United States in...

Reutech out in force at AAD

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The Reutech Group is displaying a wide variety of products at the Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition at AFB Waterkloof this week,...

Saab and Denel collaborating on air defence with Giraffe radar, Umkhonto...

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Saab and Denel will at this week's Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition showcase a complete air defence solution with the Saab multi-mission...

US upgrading Camp Lemonnier radar

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The United States is installing a new airport surveillance radar at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti to increase air traffic safety. The Combined Joint...

Seychelles Coast Guard commissions new coastal radar

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The Seychelles Coast Guard (SCG) has completed installation of a new Indian-made coastal radar system which the government said will be used...

CSIR aims to make radar and electronic warfare a transformed defence...

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The CSIR is going to implement a radar and electronic warfare transformative enterprise development (REWTED) programme with the aim of transforming and...

Saab offering Giraffe radars to meet SAAF’s Project CHUTNEY requirements

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Saab will offer its Giraffe 4/8A radars to meet the South African Air Force's (SAAF's) Project Chutney requirements for the replacement of...

Sea-based radar market worth $13 billion over next decade – report

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The value of the sea-based radar market will reach $13.037 billion over the next decade with the production of 1 383 units...

Top radar man sees a future for aerostat-mounted units in SA

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Francois Anderson is one of South Africa's top radar experts and having come from a time when radar tracking technology was an...

Global military radar market worth $9.42 billion in 2015

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The global military radar systems market is expected to be worth $9.42 billion this year, according to a new report, which says...

India activates maritime surveillance radar in the Seychelles

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has activated a donated maritime surveillance radar system in the Seychelles and promised to donate another Do...

Military radar market continues growing

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The global military radar market will reach a value of $18.5 billion due to increased growth, according to new analysis. Strategy Analytics said...

Reutech launches book on radar in South Africa

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Reutech Radar Systems yesterday launched a new book detailing the history of radar in South Africa and 25 years of Reutech Radar...

Technical milestone for Denel Overberg Test Range

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The Denel Overberg Test Range (OTR) reached a major technical milestone when an important renewal project – the replacement of the tracking...

Reutech profits up

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Reutech, the defence arm of the JSE-listed electronics and services group Reunert, has increased operating profit to R69 million.   Reunert, in its interim...

CASSIDIAN’s identification systems to obtain AIMS certification of the future Mode...

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has successfully completed all certification measurements of its MSSR 2000 I (MSSR = Monopulse...

Raytheon cleared to export SeaVue radar to Morocco

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The US Department of State has given Raytheon approval to export its SeaVue eXpanded Mission Capability (SeaVue XMC) maritime and overland surveillance...

Turkey set to host NATO early warning radar

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Turkey is set to host a NATO early-warning radar system as part of improved defences for the Western military alliance, the foreign...

RRS providing maintenance support services for Thutlwa

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The South African Army has awarded Reutech Radar Systems of Stellenbosch a R7.763 million contract to provide maintenance support services for the...

Reutech left a altar

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Revenue at Reutech, the defence division of the JSE-listed Reunert group, is down 20% for the first six months of the current...

SA to spend R240m on weather-radar revamp

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The Department of Water and Environmental Affairs is to spend R240 million with a consortium including SSI, SAAB security and aviation system...

Reutech prospects good, but clouds loom

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Reunert says the prospects for its defence unit, Reutech, are good, although results may not be as strong as 2009. The group annual...

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