Monday, December 4th, 2017
Two of Steller Systems’ naval architects are competing in the IMarEST / RINA Design Challenge 2017 this evening.
The challenge, which is run by the Western Joint Branch (a joint branch of RINA and IMarEST), is to design a life boat capable of rescuing up to 1,000 people from the sea at once. The team has designed an innovative, rapidly-expandable high-capacity lifeboat which is capable of accommodating 1,000 people but which can be deployed and retrieved using existing lifeboat davits.
Steller Systems’ team comprises two of our Graduates: George Payne, a Graduate Naval Architect, and James Wright, an Engineering Graduate in the MOD who is part-way through a six-month placement at Steller Systems as part of the MOD’s Defence Engineering and Science Group (DESG) Graduate Scheme.
We wish the team the best of luck!
Thursday, October 19th, 2017
Steller Systems was pleased to welcome the First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sir Philip Jones and the Second Sea Lord and Deputy Chief of Staff Vice Admiral Simon Woodcock to its stand at DSEI on 12th and 13th September 2017. Other distinguished guests included the Head of the Navy Capability Shipbuilding Strategy Commodore John MacDonald and DE&S Director of Ship Acquisition Henry Parker.
The First Sea Lord and Steller Systems’ Managing Director Rob Skarda held broad-ranging discussions, including about Steller Systems’ innovative design for Type 31e, SPARTAN. SPARTAN is a configurable, modular, survivable, affordable and exportable ship that has been designed to meet or exceed the Royal Navy’s current and future requirements for a General Purpose Frigate, and satisfy the export market’s need for a small, capable warship.
The visit was one of many highlights of Steller Systems’ week exhibiting at the world’s leading defence and security event at ExCeL in London.
Tuesday, September 12th, 2017
Steller Systems is currently exhibiting at DSEI 2017, the world-leading defence and security event taking place from now until the 15th September at ExCeL in London. We would like to invite you to visit us on stand S10-200, near entrance S10 of the south hall.
On display is Steller Systems’ innovative light frigate design for Type 31e, Project Spartan. Spartan is a configurable, modular, survivable and affordable design that has been developed for both the Royal Navy and export markets.
The event brings together the global defence and security sector to innovate and share knowledge. This year the event is expected to host over 1,600 exhibitors from the air, land, naval, security and joint sectors and will attract an audience of over 34,000.
Monday, August 7th, 2017
Steller Systems is pleased to announce that it is exhibiting at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2017. DSEI is the world’s largest defence and security trade show, held at ExCeL London from the 12th – 15th September 2017.
We look forward to welcoming current and future customers and partners at stand S10-200 near the MOD and DIT Lounge.
Friday, June 30th, 2017
Steller Systems is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a place on the Multi-Participant Framework Agreement for Technical Support (FATS/5) for its maritime engineering capability. The framework allows DE&S, Dstl, central MOD and other government departments to contract technical support through a mini-competition amongst pre-qualified suppliers. The framework covers research-based technical studies as well as project-based technical and engineering support and consultancy. Being part of this framework allows Steller Systems’ existing and new customers to gain easy access to high-quality, pragmatic, technical support.
In addition, Steller Systems is pleased to announce that it is a member of the Enterprise Technical Alliance, TP Group plc’s specialised group of both Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Subject Matter Experts that has been awarded a place on FATS/5. This covers a broad range of technical areas and will provide the MOD the most efficient access to industry Suitably Qualified and Experienced Personnel (SQEP) with tailored governance and a minimum of bureaucracy.
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