Waterborne Demonstration - Operation MARCAP
A dynamic waterborne demonstration at DSEI 2017 will display the maritime capability of 9 specialised vessels and associated equipment.
The scenario is based around a maritime interdiction operation. It will open with pre-cursor activity comprising covert / discrete surveillance leading to a boarding by Royal Marines of a suspect vessel under the cover of a number of fire support capabilities.
The demonstrations area is in the Royal Victoria Dock and will be best viewed from the grandstand on the dock edge next to the East Terrace, at the eastern end of ExCeL.
Tues 12 September at 12.00 and 15.30.
Weds 13 September at 12.00 and 15.30.
Thurs 14 September at 12.00 and 15.30.
Fri 15 September at 10.30 and 14.00.
Vessels and Associated Equipment Used During Demonstrations:
• BAE Systems & ASV Global (BAE Stand # S3-110 & ASV Global Stand # S2-364)
A 9.5m Pacific class unmanned surface vessel equipped for maritime surveillance and reconnaissance missions.
• BAE Systems (Stand # S3-110)
Pacific 24 RIB from HMS ARGYLL
• Copenhagen Group (Stand # N3-660)
11m Nunya high speed interceptor with Sea Protector remote overhead weapon station
• Drumgrange (Stand # S5-268)
Acoustic hailing device
• JFD (Stand # S9-282)
An 8 man SEAL delivery vehicle operating surfaced, semi-submerged and submerged
• Palfinger Marine (Stand # S9-190)
A 11m Semi Rigid Boat
• Proteum (Stand Number N9-360)
From Supacat, a Boomranger 6.6m RIB with OXE diesel 200HP outboard engine
• Supacat (Stand # N9-360)
From Supacat, a Goldfish 12m RIB capable of 62 knots
• Survitec Group (Stand # S5-170)
A 7.8m Semi Rigid Boat including safety, casualty recovery and other equipment
• Systematic Software Engineering (Stand # S5-160)
A Command Control Communication and Information system for Op MARCAP
• Versadock/TPA Pontoons (Dock Edge)
Flexible, military pontoon system
• Germandrones (Stand # S2-400)
SBX Songbird VTOL UAV
• PASS-Medientechnik (Stand # S2-400)
LSA2011/VOC-COM Sound System
The RIB & High Speed Craft Directory is pleased to be a media partner and supporter of DSEI 2017
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