Nov. 29 (UPI) — Lockheed Martin Canada has delivered its proposal to the Canadian govt for development new vessels for the Canadian Surface Combatant, or CSC, program.
The corporate — with companions BAE Systems, CAE, L3 Technologies, MDA and Ultra Electronics are providing the Type 26 Global Combat Ship, or GCS, with high-tech platform inventions from outstanding Canadian firms for this system. The proposal contains the Canadian-developed combat control device, CMS 330.
“Lockheed Martin Canada has been Canada’s trusted Combat System Integrator for more than three decades, and our team can be counted on to deliver affordable solutions, sustained job creation, and technology development in Canada for export potential,” Rosemary Chapdelaine, vp and common supervisor for Lockheed Martin Canada Rotary and Mission Systems, stated in a press free up.
“We’ll employ our proven collaborative partnership model to successfully manage the highly complex systems integration process — including integrating our CMS 330 Combat Management System with the Type 26 Global Combat Ship — and leverage the innovation and talent here at home which will ultimately result in unprecedented economic outcome for Canada.”
The proposal, the main points of that have no longer been disclosed, have been submitted previous this week.
BAE’s Type 26 frigate has been decided on by means of the Royal Navy and metal has been lower at the first of a deliberate 8 ships. It is designed as a multi-mission vessel with a low acoustic signature.