Thales Enters into Definitive Agreement to Take Full Ownership of Advanced Acoustic Concepts (AAC)
Upon closing, AAC’s innovative systems and solutions will complement Thales underwater systems capabilities and world recognized Naval technology portfolio.
CleanBC Supports B.C. Companies Designing Zero-Emission Boats
Two B.C. maritime design companies are developing zero-emission boat technology that will advance clean transportation in the hard-to-decarbonize marine sector.
North Van Firm to Launch Canada’s First Hydrogen-Powered Marine Vessel
Capilano Maritime Design has received a $178,000 grant from CleanBC Go Electric Advanced Research and Commercialization program to introduce the proof-of-concept in the form of a recreational harbour cruise boat.
‘Held Hostage’ By Engine Manufacturers, World’s Biggest Naval Power – China Struggles With Submarine Tech
China is having difficulties obtaining parts from other countries, which is affecting its ability to provide submarines to other countries.
CDS Announces Promotion of RAdm Topshee to the Rank of Vice-Admiral and Appointment as Commander of the RCN
General Wayne Eyre, Chief of the Defence Staff, has announced the first Canadian Armed Forces and Flag Officer senior appointments and promotions for 2022.
Hydrogen-Powered Ferry Prepares to Launch in San Francisco Bay
San Francisco Bay will have the first commercial vessel in the world using hydrogen cell fuel power, to be delivered in late May.
Navy Training System Accommodates Students with Learning Disabilities
The RCN’s entire training system supports sailors with learning disabilities to promote an inclusive and equitable training environment.
Davie Joins New Green Innovation Ecosystem in Quebec
Davie Shipbuilding is now a member of the Centre for Innovation, Industrialisation and Inclusion of Alternative Energies and Green Metallurgy.
Babcock Canada is Delighted to Announce the Appointment of Keith Cunnane as New Vice President of Marine
Keith will be responsible for Babcock’s Marine business in Canada, including the sustainment of the Victoria-class submarines, and supporting the strategic growth of the business.
In the Shadow of Warships: How Foreign Companies Help Modernize China’s Navy
China’s shipyards are attracting billions of dollars from revenue and technology transfer from companies around the world, which helps lower the costs of upgrading China’s navy.