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« em: Junho 02, 2005, 12:06:29 pm »
Landsort Modernised For International Peacekeeping Force 
 
 
(Source: Kockums AB; dated May 31, web-posted June 1, 2005)
 
 
 The comprehensive Landsort project has now been launched at Kockums in Karlskrona. Five of the Swedish Navy’s mine countermeasures vessels (MCMVs) are to undergo mid-life upgrades, as well as modification for international missions. 
 
The total order is worth more than one billion Swedish kronor. Kockums is principal contractor and will be responsible, among other things, for procurement of command and sonar systems. 
 
“We have already had an initial technical meeting, prior to the launch of the project, with our customer FMV (Swedish Defence Matériel Administration) and our subcontractors,” says Jörgen Arbholt, who has been appointed project manager. 
 
Intensive efforts are currently being made on the construction side, while the work of removing obsolete equipment has already started on the first, HMS Koster. HMS Vinga and HMS Ulvön will soon follow their sister vessel into the shipyard. 
 
Initially, these three vessels will be modified to enable participation in the Swedish international rapid reaction force, after which they will undergo a general refit. Later, all five vessels will be equipped with new weapon and command systems, new air-defence systems and a remote-operated underwater vehicle (ROV) which will possess a mine-hunting capability, among other features. 
 
The Landsort class, constructed of Glassfibre Reinforced Plastic (GRP), was built at Kockums’ Karlskrona shipyard in the early 1980s, and will continue play an important role in the Swedish Navy’s future organisation. 
 
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« Responder #1 em: Junho 02, 2005, 12:14:02 pm »
RSwN Submarine HMS Gotland on Lease to US Navy for Twelve Months  
 
 
(Source: Kockums AB; issued May 31, 2005)
 
 
 The Swedish Navy submarine HMS Gotland, designed and built by Kockums, is being leased to the US Navy for a year, complete with a Swedish crew, so that the Americans can conduct joint manoeuvres with her.  
 
She was recently loaded onto a container ship for freight to the USA. She will initially be based on the US west coast in San Diego.  
 
Prior to her transatlantic transit, Kockums’ personnel and others have carried out a thorough overhaul. Among other things, the vessel’s civil communications equipment for marine safety has been upgraded with an emergency power supply. A new satellite communications antenna has been installed and the submarine has been equipped with an improved air conditioning system and a larger freshwater generator.  
 
“Everyone involved has done an excellent job in a short time,” notes project manager Lars Bergenzaum at Kockums.  
 
The Gotland-class submarine possesses excellent stealth characteristics and has performed well in international joint manoeuvres.  
 
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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #2 em: Dezembro 02, 2015, 08:34:22 pm »
« Última modificação: Fevereiro 16, 2017, 09:54:12 pm por Jorge Pereira »
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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #3 em: Maio 06, 2017, 01:00:53 pm »
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« Responder #4 em: Julho 29, 2017, 10:56:41 pm »
Saab Signs Contract for the Modification and Upgrading of Swedish Corvettes


 Defence and security company Saab has signed a contract with the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) for the modification and upgrading of the Swedish Marine’s Gävle-class corvettes. The order value amounts to BSEK 1.249 and the work will be carried out during the period of 2017-2020.

 The contract states that Saab is to conduct a life extension of two corvettes, HMS Gävle and HMS Sundsvall, both of the Gävle-class. The contract also includes that Saab will conduct a general inspection after the ships have been in service for 72 months. Besides this, the contract also includes that the ships will be modernised with a new, advanced combat system.

“We have a long experience in building and maintaining corvettes in steel, aluminium and in composite. The ships have good operational capabilities, high availability, long service life, and low operating costs. With a new, advanced combat system, the ships will be modernised to meet the customer’s demands”, says Gunnar Wieslander, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Area Kockums.

 The work will be conducted at Saab in Karlskrona and in Järfälla within the two Business Areas, Kockums and Surveillance.

 Corvettes are developed and optimised to operate in the waters surrounding Sweden. The corvettes’ operational missions mostly include surface combat, Anti-Submarine Warfare and air defence.

 The shipyard in Karlskrona delivered four corvettes of the Göteborg-class between 1990 and 1993. By the end of the 1990s, two of them were upgraded, HMS Gävle and HMS Sundsvall, and this gave rise to the Gävle-class.

 Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

http://www.thefifthcolumn.xyz/Forum/viewthread.php?tid=79

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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #5 em: Janeiro 09, 2019, 04:12:06 pm »
 

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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #6 em: Maio 10, 2022, 08:55:28 am »
Saab finalizes upgrade of Swedish Navy’s Gävle-class corvette

Swedish Navy’s Gävle-class corvette HMS Gävle was handed over to the navy’s 4th Flotilla last week after undergoing a mid-life upgrade conducted by defence company Saab.


Source: Swedish Navy

As disclosed, the upgrade includes several new systems that are expected to strengthen the navy’s capability in combat under water, among other areas.

The modernisation has been carried out at Saab’s shipyard in Karlskrona and is the largest change the ship has gone through during its lifetime. In parallel, its sister-ship HMS Sundsvall is going through the same modifications and will be delivered this year.

Some of the changes to the ships are a completely new sensor park with better reconnaissance radar and fire control, new systems for combat command and navigation

“It is a do over and modernisation of everything on board: She will have the same hull, but more or less all the systems on the inside are new”, said Johan Edelsvärd, Project Manager for the Mid-Life Upgrade of HMS Gävle at FMV.

“The Flotilla welcomes HMS Gävle and her crew back to service. The ship will now be able to contribute to the navy’s ongoing maritime surveillance tasaks. The ship and crew and will play an important part in the Navy’s active defence”, said Jon Wikingsson, Chief of the Swedish Navy’s 4th Flotilla.

HMS Gävle was taken out of service in 2012 for mid-life upgrade. Due to the navy’s financial situation, the process was delayed, but work resumed later.

Saab received a $147.6 million contract for the modification and modernisation of two Swedish Navy’s Gävle-class corvettes in 2017. Under the contract, the firm will also conduct a general inspection after the vessels have been in service with the Swedish Navy for period of 72 months.

Once known as the Göteborg-class ships, the vessels are now familiar as belonging to the Gävle-class, following an upgrade programme at the end of the 1990s.

https://www.navaltoday.com/2022/05/10/saab-finalizes-upgrade-of-swedish-navys-gavle-class-corvette/

Os Suecos alocaram $147 Milhões para modernizar duas corvetas e nós €120 milhões para modernizar três fragatas.  :bang:

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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #7 em: Novembro 11, 2023, 09:19:03 pm »
OS SUBMARINOS DA SUÉCIA: A NOVA AMEAÇA QUE DESAFIA A RÚSSIA?


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Re: Marinha Sueca
« Responder #8 em: Novembro 15, 2023, 05:02:51 pm »
Sweden Navy to equip Visby class corvettes with CAMM missiles

According to information published by MBDA on November 15, 2023, the firm has recently secured a contract with the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to supply Common Anti-air Modular Missiles (CAMMs) for the Swedish Armed Forces.



This agreement will equip the Royal Swedish Navy’s five Visby Class Corvettes with the advanced CAMM missiles, to be deployed from MBDA’s Sea Ceptor naval air defense system.

Sea Ceptor represents the latest in naval air defense technology, offering comprehensive protection against a variety of threats including supersonic anti-ship missiles, attack helicopters, and unmanned air vehicles. It is designed to provide both self and local area air defense, capable of countering advanced threats even in high-attack scenarios.

MBDA's relationship with Sweden is exemplified through the MBDA-led Meteor missile program, where Sweden is a strategic partner. Further collaborations include Sweden’s SAAB in the TAURUS cruise missile project and a new partnership on the AKERON MP anti-tank missile.

About the Visby class

 The 640-tonne displacement vessels, measuring 72.7 meters in length with a beam of 10.4 meters and a draught of 2.4 meters, are designed for various naval operations. They employ a CODOG propulsion system, incorporating two 125SII Kamewa Waterjets and four Vericor TF50A gas turbines with a total rating of 16 MW. Additionally, these ships are equipped with two MTU Friedrichshafen 16 V 2000 N90 diesel engines, rated at a total of 2.6 MW, and three generators of 270 kW each.

With a top speed exceeding 35 knots, these vessels have a range of 2,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 15 knots. They are manned by a complement of 43 personnel.

The onboard Saab 9LV combat management system, Saab Sea GIRAFFE AMB 3D PESA surveillance radar, and Saab Ceros 200 stealth fire control radar system, along with the Condor CS-3701 tactical radar surveillance system, provide comprehensive situational awareness.

For underwater detection, the vessels are equipped with a GDC Hull-mounted sonar, Hydroscience Technologies towed array sonar system, and a GDC variable depth sonar.

These ships are fitted with a Bofors 57 mm Mk3 gun, eight RBS15 Mk2 anti-ship missiles, and four 400 mm torpedo launchers compatible with Torped 45 torpedoes. They also have ASW 127mm rocket-powered grenade launchers, as well as capabilities for deploying mines and depth charges. The electronic warfare suite includes the Rheinmetall TKWA/MASS (Multi Ammunition Softkill System), enhancing their defensive capabilities.

 :arrow: https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/naval-news/naval-news-archive/2023/november/13787-sweden-navy-to-equip-visby-class-corvettes-with-camm-missiles.html
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