Data on Naval Platforms, Weapon Systems, Engines, Electro-Optics, Radar and CBRN
CARPENTER DATA PARTNERSHIP (CDP)
is a group of specialist consultancies in Naval, CBRN, Marine Engine, Electro-Optics, Weapons and Radar subjects with applications in the defence, security and transport industries.
Core assets of the group are based on knowledge resources including databases in each specialist area. In addition to training programmes, reports and newsletters are published.
The main activities of the Group are segmented into the following specialisations: Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)
threat solutions to protect organizations, individuals and assets against threats based on specialist knowledge combined with substantial operational experience.Having a solid customer base in the UK, Middle and Far East, we work with an established group of Partners providing supplementary security solutions.Assistance is given to clients to understand, identify and develop solutions to protect their organizations, individuals and assets against the growing CBRN threat based on thorough subject knowledge including:
* - Warning & Reporting solutions
* - Theoretical and practical training on Awareness and Equipment
* - Consultancy with on-site Situation and Location Analysis
* - Protection, Detection and Decontamination facilities and Equipment
* - Operating Tactics and Procedures
A primary activity of the consultancy addresses the need for protection of military and civilian aircraft against attacks using electro-optic and infra-red devices.
The four areas of expertise within the EO grouping are:
* - Infrared Countermeasures (IRCM)
* - Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
* - Sensors, Optical, Night Vision, and Infrared
* - Directed Energy Weapons (DEW)Marine Propulsion
A knowledge resource on the subject of marine propulsion. The information is stored in the group’s World Marine Engine Database
(WMED) creating a single, source of accurate data, presented in a uniform format, searchable electronically.
* Extensive library: 14,000+ engines from 500+ manufacturers: up to 230 data fields per engine
* Uniform format (each engine type record has an identical format easily switchable between metric and imperial units)
* Searchable electronically (data supplied in Access or Excel files, other formats available on request.
* up to six power ratings per engine
* metric / imperial units
* designer and manufacturer names
The data stored in the World Marine Engine Database
(WMED) is structured to allow comparison, evaluation and forecasting of propulsion programmes and is linked to the group’s Naval Platform Database
Naval and Government Vessel Construction
Details of warship and government-owned ships are stored in the group’s Naval Platform Database
(NPD) and includes:
* profiles of shipbuilding companies and shipyard facilities,
* naval weapon and sensor systems providers
* procurement policies
* budgeting of ship projects and profile
* historical, present and future construction
Analysis of this information is used to predict future upgrade and new warship construction forecasts to year 2020 and beyond.
Naval Weapons Integration Using the Group’s extensive libraries and databases, this specialist section covers the following aspects of integration of weapons systems on board naval vessels:
* air warfare and missiles
* mines and MCM
* primary research and development
* sonar and ASW
* survivability, and vulnerability reduction
* ordnance and guns
* test and evaluation work
* upgrading and improvement of existing platforms
* weapon control systems
Radars and Satellites For those individuals or organizations devoted to the study of radar systems for whatever purpose, the group’s Global Radar Emitter Database (REDB) offers a comprehensive radar parametric database covering over 10,000 different types of emitters. The database includes:
* airborne, ship-borne and land-based jammers and active decoys.
* missile head radars and missile-borne altimeters
* emitters developed for use in Unmanned Military Vehicles (UMVs) and UAV / drones
* space-borne satellite and space related emitters
* radars and associated emitters manufactured specifically to monitor the effects of weather or atmospheric conditions
* obsolete emitters (for historic research)
The database includes a complete electronically searchable index of all the emitters, their manufacturers and aliases. There is also a Radar Cross Section Database (RCS) which is part of the Weapons Systems Database (see below)
Weapons Systems Several datasets are linked under the subject of the group’s Weapons Systems Database (WSD) and cover in detail the specialized areas of:
* Designator-Industry-Persons-Programmes and Systems
* Radar Cross Section
* Global terrorist groups
* UAV deployments and specifications
* International defence industrial baseline data by country
This leading information resource service provides Governments, Military Commands and Commerce with access to up-to-date intelligence data on world-wide defence systems and military organisations.
World Armies NewsletterStaying abreast of changes and developments in today’s rapidly changing global land forces market is an important task of anyone concerned in this industry. The General’s Spyglass monthly electronic newsletter (11 per year) provides an across the board review of current events in the world army market. The handy pdf format of approximately 20 pages is quick and easy to read. Downloaded right to your desktop, the monthly newsletters stored on your hard disk build up to form a useful reference archive.
World Navies NewsletterKeeping track of events and up to date with trends and developments in the global naval market can use up a great amount of time. The Naval Spyglass monthly electronic newsletter (11 per year) provides a comprehensive view of what is going on in the world naval market. Downloaded right to your desktop, the handy pdf format of approximately 20 pages is quick and easy to read. Stored on your hard disk it builds up to form a useful archive.
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- CBRN threat solutions protecting organizations, individuals and assets.
- Providing solutions to CBRN threats against organizations, assets and individuals
- Marine Propulsion
- marine engines and propulsion systems
- Naval construction, naval forecast, naval upgrades
- Naval construction, naval forecast, naval upgrades
- Naval Weapons Integration
- This specialist section covers the following aspects of integration of weapons systems on board naval vessels
- Radar and Satellites
- The group’s Global Radar Emitter Database (REDB) offers a comprehensive parametric database covering over 10,000 different types of radar and satellite emitters.
- Weapons Systems
- This leading information resource service provides access to up-to-date intelligence data on world-wide defence and weapons systems and military organisations.
- World Armies Newsletter
- The General’s Spyglass monthly electronic newsletter provides an across the board review of current events in the world army market.
- World Navies Newsletter
- Naval Spyglass world navies newsletter is a monthly electronic publication providing a comprehensive view of what is going on in the world naval market.
- Contact Form
- Form to contact CDPG
- Chinese Radars
- A major dynamic report about Chinese radars and systems, available in .pdf format on CDROM. At 600+ pages it is the only work of its type and deals with all aspects of radar and their development.
- Type 346
- Type 346 Shipborne 3D Plate Array Radar, reportedly F/G-Band, shipborne 3D phased active phased array system similar in design to the USN’s AEGIS system.
- Type 245
- Type 245 Airborne Surveillance Radar is an I-Band 360º surveillance radar installed in H-6 series bombers in a chin radome.
- Type AMR-1 Chinese Radar
- The AMR-1 Active Missile Radar is an advanced next-generation, medium-range, terminal guidance, air-to-air, active radar missile seeker
- Marine Inboard Engines
- Marine Inboard Engines
- Index of Radar Types in the REDB
- Index of radar types records included in the Radar Emitter Database (REDB)
- Naval Programmes
- List of Naval Programmes monitored in our <b>Naval Progammes Database</b>