Aarhus, Denmark. 23 October 2018. At this year’s Euronaval exhibition at Paris Le Bourget, 23-26 October, Terma invites customers and visitors to experience our C-Guard naval decoy launching system, SCANTER naval radars, and C2 C-Flex system.

“The bi-annual Euronaval exhibition enables us to showcase our key technologies and products to a dedicated audience. We are pleased to participate with a highly experienced staff within naval mission systems, naval protection systems, and surveillance systems”, says Thomas Blom, Senior Vice President, Surveillance & Mission Systems.

“We look very much forward to welcoming partners and customers at our stand at Euronaval in Le Bourget, one of Europe’s most important and well attended events within naval defense and security”, says Thomas Blom, who will head Terma’s delegation together with Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer Steen M. Lynenskjold.

During the exhibition, Terma and Chemring Countermeasures will sign an agreement. The parties team up to integrate Terma’s C-Guard Defensive Aid Suite and Chemring’s CENTURION fully trainable 130mm launcher resulting in a significantly enhanced, scalable Anti-Ship Missile Defense capability.

Terma’s C-Guard decoy launching system provides 360° coverage and will effectively counter advanced threats like small range gate Radio Frequency (RF) missiles, imaging Infra-Red (IR) seekers missiles, and advanced next generation torpedoes.

At Euronaval, Terma will also present state-of-the-art SCANTER surveillance radars for detection and tracking of non-cooperative small targets in extreme weather conditions. Terma’s SCANTER portfolio includes specific solutions for naval, vessel traffic systems, and coastal surveillance purposes.

The C-Flex command and control system provides Patrol and Amphibious Vessels with surveillance, communication, and enforcement capabilities – supporting tasks such as law enforcement, interception, anti-piracy, and Search and Rescue as well as supporting naval operations including Anti-Air Warfare, Anti-Surface Warfare, and Anti-Subsurface Warfare.

CAE is the prime contractor responsible for the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program that produces qualified military pilots for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and other global defence customers. The NFTC program significantly enhances CAE’s core capabilities as a training systems integrator (TSI), and expands its offering into support for live flying training of future military pilots, including next generation fighter pilots, for the RCAF and its allies.

The NFTC program operates out of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and Cold Lake, Alberta and is designed and operated in collaboration with the Government of Canada. The program combines basic, advanced, and lead-in fighter training – also referred to as Phases II, III and IV – as part of the comprehensive pilot training program.