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Port Protection Port Protection

Date added: 07/17/2012
Date modified: 07/17/2012
Filesize: 104.97 kB

One challenge that NATO faces is the vulnerability of its military forces and critical infrastructure to terrorist attacks from the waterside in ports and harbours.
CMRE is developing a system concept for early contact and warning above and below the water in ports.
The Centre is also engaging military and civilian security providers early in the concept development cycle in this new area of research by hosting conferences, offering courses and hosting virtual red-on-blue gaming exercises on CMRE's OpenSea Tactical Theatre Simulator.

Read more on the Port Protection fact sheet.

OEX Autonomous Underwater Vehicles OEX Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 06/29/2015
Filesize: 126.19 kB

The Ocean Explorer (OEX) is a sophisticated autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and one of CMRE's most valuable assets. Developed at Florida Atlantic University, the OEX has undergone significant modifications at the Centre for use in the antisubmarine warfare programme and other projects.

Read more on the OEX Autonomous Underwater Vehicle fact sheet.

Non-Lethal Response in Port Protection Non-Lethal Response in Port Protection

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 07/07/2012
Filesize: 101.26 kB

One challenge that NATO faces is the vulnerability of its military forces and critical infrastructure to terrorist attack from the waterside in ports and harbours. 
Researchers at CMRE are tackling port protection from a variety of angles.

Read more on the Non-lethal Response in Port Protection fact sheet.

NATO Research Vessel Alliance NATO Research Vessel Alliance

Date added: 07/07/2012
Date modified: 07/07/2012
Filesize: 93.69 kB

The quietest ship in its class, the NATO Research Vessel (NRV) Alliance was designed to minimize noise radiating from the ship into the water, making it an excellent platform for sonar testing and other types of research where a quiet undersea environment is essential. The 93-metre, 3,180-ton, openocean research vessel offers 400 square metres of laboratory space and state-of-the-art navigation, computer, and communication equipment.

Read more on the NATO Research Vessel Alliance fact sheet.

Modelling & Simulation Modelling & Simulation

Date added: 05/21/2013
Date modified: 05/21/2013
Filesize: 100.17 kB

Modelling & Simulation (M&S) is a critical technology for NATO and the Nations with applications to defence, homeland security and economics. Computer models are able to mime behaviours of existing real world systems, or hypothetical future systems. M&S enables experiments in a virtual environment with the potential to increase understanding and performance.

Read more on the Modelling & Simulation fact sheet.

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