August 14, 2012 Cassidian to Equip New OPV for Finnish Border Guard View post tag: Equip View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Cassidian View post tag: Navy Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, will equip the new Offshore Patrol Vessel of the Finnish Border Guard with its proven TRS-3D naval radar. The STX Shipyard in Rauma/Finland has awarded Cassidian a contract to deliver the radar by mid-2013 for integration into the new ship.“To provide reliable surveillance data during the demanding Coast Guard missions in the difficult littoral environment of the Finnish coastal waters you need extremely powerful sensors“, said Elmar Compans, Head of Sensors & Electronic Warfare at Cassidian. “Our TRS-3D radar has operationally proven that it is the right answer to these challenging requirements.”The radar is intended to provide a reliable and comprehensive situation picture as well as safe helicopter guidance and Search-and-Rescue (SAR) missions under the extreme environmental conditions of the Finnish littoral waters. TRS-3D is a 3-dimensional multimode naval radar for air and sea surveillance. It includes the ability to correlate plots and tracks of targets with Cassidian’s MSSR 2000 I identification system for automatic identification of vessels and aircraft.TRS-3D is in service with the “Squadron 2000″ patrol vessels and the “Hämeenma”-class ships of the Finnish Navy. With more than 60 radars operated by navies and coast guards worldwide, TRS-3D is the market leader in its class. Among the ships equipped are the K130 corvettes of the German Navy, the US Coast Guard National Security Cutters, the US Navy Littoral Combat Ships and the Norwegian Coast Guard vessels of the “Nordkapp” and “Svalbard” class.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, August 14, 2012; Image: Cassidian View post tag: Guard View post tag: Finnish View post tag: OPV View post tag: Naval View post tag: Border View post tag: New Back to overview,Home naval-today Cassidian to Equip New OPV for Finnish Border Guard Equipment & technology Share this article
View Comments Allison Janney Star Files Tony winner Christian Borle and star of HBO’s Girls Zosia Mamet are among the stars slated to perform at Miscast 2014, MCC’s annual gala featuring actors performing songs from roles in which they would never be cast. Victor Garber will return to host the one-night-only event at the Hammerstein Ballroom on March 31. As was previously reported, this year’s gala will honor Emmy winner and Tony nominee Allison Janney.In addition to Borle and Mamet, the evening will include performances from Tony winner Anika Noni Rose (A Raisin in the Sun), Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda (In the Heights), Steven Pasquale (The Bridges of Madison County), Jesse L. Martin (Rent), Sasha Allen (Hair), Tony nominee Keala Settle (Les Miserables) and Nicole Parker (Wicked). Additional performers will be announced at a later date.Proceeds from the gala support the producing efforts of MCC Theater as well as its Youth Company and partnerships with New York City public high schools.Check out Borle and Tony nominee Jonathan Groff from last year’s gala performing “If Mama Was Married” from Gypsy.
The Croatian National Tourist Board has adopted EuroVelo8 Development Action Plan – Mediterranean cycling routes in Croatia for the period 2018-2030.The plan was adopted on meeting of the interdepartmental working group for planning, implementation and reporting on the implementation of Measure 18 defined within the Action Plan for the Development of Cyclotourism and the Coordination Body for the Development of Cyclotourism in Croatia. The action plan was developed by the Croatian National Tourist Board in cooperation with external associate Davorin Belamarić as part of the EU project MedCycleTour.“This project has created the preconditions for the beginning of the systematic development of the EuroVelo8 route in Croatia, and the Action Plan provides a detailed overview of the activities required for its development. The key results of the analysis of this route are presented, which is very attractive due to the combination of coast, islands and hinterland and preserved and authentic cultural heritage, numerous natural beauties and excellent offer of accommodation and catering facilities along the entire route. The action plan devises a strategy and activities that will effectively and quickly contribute to the status of a route that will justify all world standards, as well as the expectations of the most demanding cyclists. ” stand out from the CNTB.The potential of the Croatian EV8 route is really great as it passes through seven coastal counties from Istria to Dubrovnik, including Lika. With a length of about 1100 kilometers, it makes up almost 1/5 of the total length of EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean routes (5888 km), with the highest density and diversity of natural and cultural-historical attractions, which includes as many as 8 UNESCO sites.Croatia has already established itself as an attractive and recognizable tourist destination, and as global trends show strong growth of active tourism, health and environmental care, the MedCycleTour project and the development of the EuroVelo8 route in Croatia strengthen this segment of the tourist offer, the CNTB concludes.The MedCycleTour project is implemented with the aim of developing and promoting cycling tourism in the Mediterranean through the establishment of EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean routesThe EuroVelo8 route seeks to connect the area from Cádiz in the west to Cyprus in the east, and the project involves partners from 8 Mediterranean countries. Project partners are from Croatia Croatian tourist agency i Cluster for eco-social innovation and development (CEDRA HR).The Mediterranean route is one of the 15 transnational cycling routes of the EuroVelo route network in Europe and is considered the future cycling highway of the Mediterranean as it passes through as many as 11 countries. The Croatian part of the EuroVelo 8 route in the length of about 1100 km passes through all seven coastal counties: Istria, Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Lika-Senj, Zadar, Šibenik-Knin, Split-Dalmatia and Dubrovnik-Neretva.Find out more about the whole project here