Elbit Integrates TRAPS onboard its Seagull USV

first_img“We are also confident that TRAPS-USV is a significant game-changer in this respect.“ It follows the recent conversion, by the Israeli Navy, of helicopter long-range active sonar (HELRAS) dipping sonar onboard the Seagull USV. Elbit Systems The TRAPS-USV version is a compact variant of the TRAPS technology which detects, classifies and tracks submarines in ASW operations. Elbit Systems has integrated the towed reelable active passive sonar (TRAPS) for unmanned surface vessels (TRAPS-USV) onboard its Seagull USV. Integration of the TRAPS-USV therefore enables the Seagull USV to perform anti-submarine warfare operations on-the-move. The company behind TRAPS-USV low frequency towed sonar is namely Elbit’s subsidiary Geospectrum.center_img “We understand that unmanned systems can and will play a significant role in modern ASW operations. The sea trials included multiple deployment and also recovery cycles, towing at different speeds and transmission at various power levels. Paul Yeatman, president of GeoSpectrum, said: “We are proud and excited to offer the world’s most compact LF active variable depth sonar, suitable for even small class USVs. The TRAPS-USV variant is also lighter weight but maintains all acoustic active sonar capabilities of the regular TRAPS. The Seagull USV, in addition to ASW, also performs MCM, electronic warfare (EW), maritime security (MS), underwater surveys and other missions.last_img read more

Messi to Chelsea? Fans want to ‘free’ Barcelona star after realising he follows Blues

first_imgTold you this guy is a massive Chelsea fans— 🎩 (@CFCLamps_) August 17, 2020Some have even begun to ask journalist, Fabrizio Romano, for any news on a possible transfer.Messi to Chelsea news? pic.twitter.com/axL2Dlm5le— Liam (@_CFCLiam) August 16, 2020 His shirt sales at Chelsea if he joined would be insane— Chris (@cdclayton) August 17, 2020 Messi just followed Chelsea on Instagram🤯Efie gya adum 😂😂😂😭😭😭— Gyata_Shoa💉 (@thatEsselguy) August 15, 2020 Chelsea and Barcelona shared something in common when they became the latest high-profile victims of German side, Bayern Munich in the Champions League within the space of a week.The two teams might soon have another thing in common – Lionel Messi.Messi’s frustrations, as they have been for much of the latter part of the season, have been laid bare, getting worse after the 8-2 loss to Bayern.It has led to suggestions that the Barcelona star might be seeking a way out of the Camp Nou, with Man City hinted at as a possible destination.Indeed, links to a side in blue have intensified in the last couple of days but it’s not City that are being talked about.Following the loss to Bayern, some Chelsea fans noticed that the Argentine was following their club on Instagram, leading to wild suggestions that Messi was looking for a new home, in London.The fans also pulled up an old interview with Messi’s former teammate, Pablo Zabaleta, who said the player always fancied using Chelsea when playing the FIFA games.It’s unclear when Messi started following the Blues although suggestions are that it wasn’t recent, probably in 2015, but that hasn’t stopped Blues fans from hoping.Some have even already put him into a possible lineup for next season.If Chelsea sign Messi 😅 pic.twitter.com/qddbpYZryx— Kyle Samson (@Ksamson170) August 16, 2020 Messi twerking for Chelsea uno we’re actually clear @ChelseaFC get it done. #MessiToChelsea2021 pic.twitter.com/TU6UxhSBUJ— Don (@DonCheIsea) August 17, 2020It will take an almighty effort from the Blues to sign Messi, who despite many offers to take him away from Catalonia, has remained with Barcelona his whole career.last_img read more