BAE Systems and the Open University design atmospheric monitoring system for UK subs

Astute Class submarines such as the HMS Ambush (above) will be retrofitted with the new te...

BAE Systems and the Open University (OU) have teamed up to design a cutting edge atmospheric monitoring system for the UK's next generation of military submarines. The system boasts a number of advancements over its predecessor, with many of the updates coming from techniques mastered by OU scientists while developing equipment for the Rosetta comet chasing mission. .. Continue Reading BAE Systems and the Open University design atmospheric monitoring system for UK subs

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Tags: BAE Systems, Monitoring, Rosetta, Royal Navy, Safety, Submarine

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