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Atlas Elektronik

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Founded Year

1902

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Atlas Elektronik

Atlas Elektronik specializes in equipment and systems for naval forces. The company has a balanced technology base and product program for submarines and surface vessels. Atlas Elektronik aids in the development of integrated sonar systems for submarines.

Headquarters Location

Sebaldsbruecker Heerstrasse 235

Bremen, 28309,

Germany

+49 421 457 02

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Atlas Elektronik Patents

Atlas Elektronik has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Watercraft components
  • Ammunition
  • Anti-tank mines
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/9/2018

6/29/2021

Robotic submarines, Fluid dynamics, Shipbuilding, Watercraft components, Engine technology

Grant

Application Date

7/9/2018

Grant Date

6/29/2021

Title

Related Topics

Robotic submarines, Fluid dynamics, Shipbuilding, Watercraft components, Engine technology

Status

Grant

Latest Atlas Elektronik News

Sea Spider to Protect Surface Vessels from Submarine’s Attacks

Oct 20, 2022

Defense Update: SEA SPIDER ON DISPLAY AT EURONAVAL 2022 By 12 The torpedo threat is increasingly diverse. Heavyweight torpedoes differ in their propulsion types, the type and configuration of their sensors, and their guidance capability. Torpedo propulsion has seen great advances in recent years with new records in range and speeds even for the “stealthy” electrically propelled torpedo. In sensors, the wake-homing torpedo is increasingly proliferated and fully impervious to legacy “softkill” torpedo defense technology. Digital torpedo-homing sonars provide high performance and are resistant to decoys and jammers. Wire guidance provides the “man in the loop” the capability to enhance torpedo performance and utilize advanced tactics. The most modern torpedoes combine these and other advances into the most dangerous threat to ships today. Atlas Elektronik displayed the Sea Spider Anti-Torpedo Torpedo (ATT) at Eurosatory 2022. The system provides an effective and affordable hard-kill solution protecting surface ships against torpedo threats. Sea Spider actively seeks out attacking torpedoes to destroy the threat. Unlike decoy/jammer TD effectors, the operation of the ATT is independent of the attacking torpedoes’ mode of homing, guidance, or propulsion system. Sea Spider’s defensive capability detects wake-homing torpedoes and salvos, targeting each threat separately. Using a solid rocket propellant, the Sea Spider can be moving underwater at high speed to rapidly close in on the target. The Sea Spider system operates as part of an integrated torpedo defense system, offering rapid reaction time and effective close-in defensive capability. Using a high-frequency sonar is effective in deep or shallow littoral water and mitigates the impact of environmental effects that often degrade the performance of the torpedo detection capability. In recent years the Sea Spider system has gone through extensive testing. In 2019 Atlas Elektronik announced the successful series of sea trials in cooperation with the German Bundeswehr Technical Center for ships and naval weapons, maritime technology, and research (WTD 71). The Sea Spider is launched under command from the torpedo defense system from surface-mounted launchers. Illustration: Atlas Elektronik These tests demonstrated the full “sensor to shooter” functional chain of a hardkill surface ship torpedo defense system with Torpedo Detection, Classification, and Localisation (TDCL), and the SeaSpider Anti-Torpedo-Torpedo (ATT) has successfully been demonstrated on a surface ship. In 2019 Atlas Elektronik Canada and Magellan Aerospace Corporation entered a design and development phase of the Sea Spider Anti Torpedo Torpedo (ATT) program. Under this cooperation, Magellan will lead the design and development of the torpedo’s underwater rocket motor and warhead sections. The initial CDN $19 million phase of the program was launched in January of that year and is expected to conclude in 2023. Surface launch of Sea Spider anti-Torpedo Torpedoes. Photo: Atlas Elektronik

Atlas Elektronik Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Atlas Elektronik founded?

    Atlas Elektronik was founded in 1902.

  • Where is Atlas Elektronik's headquarters?

    Atlas Elektronik's headquarters is located at Sebaldsbruecker Heerstrasse 235, Bremen.

  • What is Atlas Elektronik's latest funding round?

    Atlas Elektronik's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Atlas Elektronik?

    Investors of Atlas Elektronik include EADS - European Aeronautics Defence and Space and ThyssenKrupp.

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