Naval

Israel Shipyards' floating dock (Photo courtesy of IMOD)

IMOD to Purchase Maintenance Dock from Israel Shipyards

The floating dock will service the Israel Navy’s submarines and Sa’ar 6 corvettes, the defense ministry said. As part of the agreement, the ministry has selected Israel Shipyards to lead the planning and construction of the Navy’s future vessels

SAAR S 72 Photo: Israel Shipyards

Water World, the Next Generation

The Israeli Navy has become deeper than ever before. While threats from the sea are becoming more serious, a wide range of Israel-made naval systems is being developed. From the most advanced weapon systems to unmanned surface vessels – all of the latest innovations in this field  

Source: DSIT

DSIT to Supply Bow-Mounted Sonar System to Asian Navy

The system, which can be installed on frigates and OPVs as well as in ports and harbors, provides advanced acoustic signal processing and is focused on the detection and tracking of weak targets in highly cluttered acoustic environments
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