Authors Posts by Gerrard Cowan

Gerrard Cowan

Avatar
4 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Up Close and Personal

BAE Systems’ Mk.38 Mod.3
Close-In Weapons Systems are effectively the ‘last line of defence’ for naval vessels. CIWS have evolved in recent years as the immediate threats to ships have grown more complex, with new avenues of development in the area for companies and navies alike. These weapons...

Loaded

The demand for reliable logistics support has always played a key role in warfare, and the militaries of today are no exception. There are a huge variety of wheeled logistics vehicles in operation, but some themes can be discerned: a demand for flexibility, adaptability,...

Turrets Syndrome

Vehicle turrets are growing increasingly sophisticated in a number of areas, from advances in ammunition to different uses of automation. There has been a range of changes in recent years, depending on calibre size and vehicle role. However, a number of themes can be...

Let There Be Light

As a concept, Lidar has been around for decades. However, recent years have seen a sharp uptake in interest in the technology, as sensors have become smaller and more sophisticated and an increasing range of uses for Lidar products has been identified. Lidar stands for...

Sponsored Articles

Latest Articles

Capability Overlaps in Sweden’s A19, A26 Submarines Reduce Programme Risks

Dr. Lee Willett, UDT, Stockholm - Commonality in capability for the Royal Swedish Navy’s (RSwN’s) two current submarine programmes is helping de-risk both programmes while...

Swedish Navy Chief Aims to Grow Submarine Numbers Amongst Near-term Programme...

Dr. Lee Willett, Undersea Defence Technology conference 2019, Stockholm - Sweden’s navy chief has set out his service’s programme priorities for the 2019-30 period,...

FlyEye and Warmate Gaining Traction With Potential Customers

“People don’t realise the extend of WB and we are educating users about the capabilities of FlyEye and Warmate,” Jim Curtin, president and CEO,...

Download Free Issue

X