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Geopolitical volatility brings increased defence budgets to ensure preparedness

Here, Matt Medley, Global Industry Director, A&D, IFS, highlights the four key trends impacting the defence sector throughout 2024. As budgets increase and the spectrum of conflict scenarios widens, swarm drones take to our...

Industry 5.0 and its humanising influence on the future direction of A&D manufacturing

Industry 4.0 is now mainstream in manufacturing processes worldwide. Although A&D was slow to adopt initially, it is so well on course with 4.0 implementations. Now among A&D circles, attention is turning to the...

The next frontiers for defence in 2023: space, shipyards, sailing solo, and cybersecurity

Technology is at the forefront of the defence sector moving forward into 2023. New technologies such as 3D printing and Maritime 4.0 are increasing manufacturing efficiency and asset readiness, the use of autonomous military...

The Game of Drones: UAVs flying start in defence is triggering new maintenance and sustainment challenges

The use of drones and unmanned systems in the defence industry is maturing from a reliance on human input and remote control, to increasingly autonomous operations. As these Advanced Air Vehicles (AAVs) continue to...

Enhancing compliance and reducing complexity in the US Defence Contract Management procurement process

With defence spending on the rise and increased demand for US military equipment domestically and overseas, the current market climate offers opportunity to drive new revenue. But defence manufacturing has long been a sector...

NEYK N3 Combat Submarine

Ocean Submarine's NEYK N3 ocean-going diesel-electric attack submarine can be used worldwide within 24 hours thanks to air transport. The ability to carry out a mission with a combat submarine on the other side...

Aresa Shipyard: 60 years of success in shipbuilding since 1961

Having recently celebrated its extraordinary 60th birthday, Aresa Shipyard, in Spain, is stronger, faster, and better than ever before. Playing a major role in the Gulf of Guinee security and defence vessels supply, the...

Maritime 4.0 – the next technology wave shaping the digital shipyard of the future

Industry 4.0 – with its battalions of new technologies – is now the driving force in the transformation of the manufacturing sector. But larger project manufacturing, particularly shipbuilding, is only just beginning to come...