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Oceanographic Survey Vessels (OSVs) are increasingly valued by naval forces to support the high demand for a well researched undersea environmental picture that enables commanders to fully understand and exploit the undersea mission environment.
Ahead of the Oceanographic Survey Vessel (OSV) conference in London this June, Defence IQ sought out Captain Luigi Sinapi, the Italian National Hydrographer, to understand more about why these multi-role platforms are in such high demand. And, more crucially, how navies...
Defence IQ undertook a survey of its community on the demands and priorities of oceanographic / hydrographic survey vessels as a means for both security and development. The full results are available now.
The Oceanographic Survey Vessel market is one of the fastest growing in the naval sector with 29 vessels on order in nine countries along with current requirements for at least eight new OSVs worth $1.6 billion. Moreover, Defence IQ’s analysis forecasts requirements in...
The Oceanographic Survey Vessels Analysis Report explores some of the core issues facing survey vessels today, from the justification of their utility as strategic security assets to the increasing demand for Arctic exploration. It also provides insight into the latest...
The Oceanographic Survey Vessel (OSV) market is one of the fastest growing in the naval sector with 29 vessels on order in nine countries along with current requirements for at least eight new OSVs worth $1.6 billion. Moreover, Defence IQ’s analysis forecasts requiremen...
Defence IQ's survey aims to discover the extent of current interest in oceanographic / hydrographic survey vessels, what investment into this kind of research can mean for national security, and what technology within this space will most likely be prioritised.
Or: Find out why there is growing demand for survey vessels similar to the UK’s new as-yet-unnamed RRS at a respected international symposium.
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