Tag: maritime surveillance

  • New Poseidons for NZ

    Boost for NZ maritime security. NZ to buy four P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft The coalition Government has agreed to purchase four Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft from the […]

  • Concern over UK maritime surveillance

    Local MP expresses frustration. Home Office decision to end UK maritime surveillance at Bournemouth Airport is “mad”, says MP Toby Wadey CUTS to the UK’s maritime surveillance capability, which targets […]

  • Reapers Go To Sea

    Eyes in the sky. Naval Air: Reapers Go To Sea The American firm that makes the 1.1 ton Predator and 4.7 ton Reaper UAVs is developing a maritime patrol kit […]

  • Answers demanded over mystery sub

    UK had to call on NATO for surveillance assistance.  Answers demanded over ‘mystery sub’ By PRESS ASSOCIATION Ministers have been pressed to reveal more about the hunt for a foreign submarine […]

  • NZ Orion heads to Gulf of Aden

    Maritime surveillance aircraft to join anti-piracy efforts in region. NZ Orion heads to Gulf of Aden A Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) P-3K2 Orion aircraft left Auckland today bound […]

  • Our fight against piracy must be relentless

    Maria Damanaki, the European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, outlines that the fight against piracy must be relentless at a roundtable in Brussels recently. Damanaki: Our fight against piracy must […]

  • Aerial Maritime Surveillance

    Two year contract extension agreement reached between UK company Cobham and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service. Cobham clinches £105m Australian Aerial Maritime Surveillance contract Cobham has reached agreement with […]

  • Funding The Fight

    The UK Foreign Secretary has announced £6 million funding to improve maritime surveillance of pirates in the Indian Ocean and to increase prison capacity in Somalia and across the Indian […]

  • Perseus Has Started

    The European project Perseus, coordinated by Indra, to develop and test maritime surveillance systems in the UE for  € 43.7 M has started. The new solution will integrate existing national […]