Defense Navy, on the other hand, refers to nations' maritime military wing. Naval ships are those which are used at times of international crises to protect the water boundaries of a nation from getting infiltrated or attacked unduly. The maritime sector, and the naval Defense industry in particular, is a strategic asset worldwide.
MDs is an all-round expert in naval Defence. In order to succeed in a context where the equilibrium is changing, MDs relies on its unique positioning as innovation specialists. It allows MD Consortium, to tailor its reply to each navy's needs in the finest detail of aerial-frigate industries and technologies.
MDs looking to working alongside the navy for over the next 10 years as designer, manufacturer and integrator of surface TSAMA Aerial Frigate and submersible aircraft. TSAMA offers an efficient, and ensures to the navy’s the sovereignty.
The TSAMA are respectively inspired by the multisession frigate and ship subsurface ballistic (SSB) submersible. in addition to the aerial features. … The successful design of the TSAMA demonstrates our ability to manage complex programs in very challenging environments.
MDs naval solution of TSAMA, have proven to be world leaders in functionality, quality and value in terms of features related to the international naval markets.
Managing TSAMAs, it’s the most complex project in the world and can provide efficient and innovative solutions during the cycle of its development. MDs ensures transfer of technology for the navies to enable them to become fully autonomous in terms of naval Defense.
The innovation of the TSAMA aircraft can provide a framework for knowing the extent of the upcoming successive changes in the manufacture of alternatives to naval warships, including the future submersible vertical crane TSAMA aircraft being an upcoming alternative. The innovation of the TSAMA aircraft with the passage of time will inform those interested about what will happen during the next ten years of changes.
TSAMA Future Series - Modular Submersible VTOL, Future Vertical Lift (FVL), Optionally Piloted Aircraft (OPA). ... TSAMA - (T) Tandem Ducted Propellers, (S) Submersible, (A) Amphibious, (M) Modular Autonomous Units, (A) AI Capability, the project has patents and more than 17 strategic intellectual properties in aircraft series Future TSAMA, innovation done, development started since 2003 and will be ready for service in 2027. ... It should be noted that these are inexpensive aircraft, and it will not take several years to assemble a large number of future TSAMA series aircraft.
A catch-up cycle occurs over time in one sector, and this has happened in the military marine industry. In catch-up cycles, lagging companies and countries are emerging as the new international leaders, while old innovations are losing ground. The old leaders are being deposed by the new ones.
To identify factors at the base of catch-up cycles, this TSAMA aircraft innovation adopts a sectoral system framework and identifies windows of opportunity that may emerge during the long-term development of the industry.
This innovation contains three windows related to specific dimensions of a sectional system. One dimension relates to changes in knowledge and technology. The second dimension relates to changes in demand, and the third dimension involves changes in institutions and public policy.
The combination of the opening of a window (technological, or institutional/policy) and the responses of firms and other components of the sectoral system of the lagging states and the present states determines the changes in the TSAMA industrial leadership and how they can catch up.