Navics security

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NAVICS® – Turning vessels into networks

Information superiority from one partner

Today more than 40 navies throughout the world rely on our scalable, modular and customizable solutions to connect and protect naval forces. Rohde & Schwarz is a long-term and trusted technology partner for decades. The company develops and implements scalable solutions for secure communications and enhanced situational awareness:

  • Turnkey, scalable and tailored solutions from one source
  • German engineering and proven key technology 
  • MRO services for the entire lifecycle​
Royal Netherlands Navy

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Royal Netherlands Navy

HNLMS Den Helder, the new combat support ship (CSS)

HNLMS Den Helder, the new combat support ship (CSS) of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN), is being built by Damen Naval and will strengthen the navy‘s replenishment capacity at sea.

Royal Australian Navy

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Royal Australian Navy

Cape Class Patrol Boats

Cape Class Patrol Boats are the Royal Australian Navy‘s (RAN) principal contribution to the nation‘s fisheries protection, immigration, customs and drug law enforcement operations. The vessels work hand-in-hand with other government agencies as part of the Australian Border Force. In the event of a conflict, they would be tasked to control the waters close to the Australian mainland.

Spanish Navy

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Spanish Navy

F-110 Bonifaz-class multi-mission frigates

The Spanish Ministry of Defense (MoD) has ordered the construction of five new F-110 Bonifaz-class multi-mission frigates by Navantia. They are specialized in anti-submarine warfare and will be used for force and fleet protection, maritime security, joint and combined missions and to prevent conventional and asymmetric threats.

German Navy

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German Navy

The German Navy F125 class frigates

The German Navy’s F125 class frigates are primarily designed for low and medium intensity maritime stabilization operations, for which the German Navy adopted a dualcrew concept. The advanced technology of these frigates enables intensive use with up to two years of standing time in the operational area without a planned shipyard stay.

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Royal Australian Navy

Beyond line-of-sight communications for RAN destroyers

The Hobart Class guided missile destroyers (DDG) of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) provide air defense for accompanying ships in addition to land forces and infrastructure in coastal areas, and for self-protection against missiles and aircraft. It is equipped with the mission proven AEGIS combat system used by NATO and its allies.

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