Intermarine & Leonardo sign research partnership
Leonardo on 18 June confirmed a new 10-year strategic research and development agreement with Intermarine on new naval technologies. This aims to allow both companies to pursue opportunities in the military and paramilitary naval markets.
Joint work will be carried out to integrate new generation and renewal programmes for fast patrol boats, hydrographic vessels and other maritime platforms.
In addition, the research and production facilities of both companies will invest in robotics and unmanned technology, as well as engineering for littoral and naval ships.
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