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CMRE embodies Smart Defence

OEX with array 400NATO relies on maritime innovation and technologies for future challenges.

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Serious Gaming Debuts as Maritime Security Tool for DAT

The Harbour Protection Table-Top Exercise (HPT2E) tested in April 2012 safely enforcing security serious games developed at NURC (now CMRE) for Defence Against Terrorism programme.

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MORPH Project Starts in Bremen

MORPH-Kickoff-meeting

The 7th Framework Programme European Commission funded project MORPH (Marine Robotic System of Self-Organizing, Logically Linked Physical Nodes) had its kick off meeting hosted by the coordinator ATLAS Elektronik, in Bremen from 21 to 23 February 2012.

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POMA 12 Exercise Features CMRE Technologies


poma12 sm400x200Exercise Proud Manta 12 (POMA 12), which included participating ships and aircraft from nine NATO nations, was held from 14 to 26 February 2012 off the coast of Sicily. 

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Multistatic Network of Underwater Vehicles in ASW

20120125 GLINT 400

Large amount of data gathered during the GLINT/NGAS11 sea trials let researchers from the NURC (now CMRE) Collaborative Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) programme reaching a significant milestone in the field.

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NRV Alliance Rescues a Yacht in the Ligurian Sea

Yacht on fireOn Monday 1st August 2011, at 8.40 AM, the NATO Research Vessel Alliance came to the rescue of an 18 metre pleasure craft in Italian waters, near the port of Savona in the Ligurian Sea.

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Exploiting Sonar and aROV Potentialities for Mine Neutralization

20110623 ANMCM-N 400NURC's (now CMRE) mine reacquisition and neutralization efforts focus on Autonomous Surface Vehicle carrying and guiding an automated Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (aROV) close to the mine target utilizing advances in sonar image processing and target tracking, autonomous navigation and control, and collaborative autonomous systems mission planning. 

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