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C&I System for Submarines


CAE Electronics Group announced it has been awarded a contract by Marconi Marine (VSEL) of Barrow-in-Furness, England to provide Controls and Instrumentation (C&I) for the Royal Navy's three new Astute class nuclear powered attack submarines with an option for two additional submarines. The initial order for three boats is valued at approximately 30 million Pounds Sterling or $75 million Canadian. The C&I system to be delivered provides the integrated control of steering, diving, depth control, and platform management of these new generation submarines. Employing digital controls technology, this system enables manpower reduction while reducing boat construction costs and providing enhanced operational effectiveness. CAE Electronics Ltd. in St-Laurent, Quebec, Canada and CAE Electronics plc in Burgess Hill, Sussex will execute this contract in close cooperation with other UK companies. This contract follows several recent significant successes for CAE's Marine Division, which to date has supplied or been selected to supply advanced automation technology for over 90 warships in 11navies of the world. More information: CAE

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