DeRegt works with each individual client to provide the perfect cable solution for their specific requirements. Each cable system by DeRegt is custom-made and this does not only apply to the cables themselves, but the terminations as well. DeRegt is able to design the termination to adapt to specific circumstances and to think outside the box to find the right solution for every situation. From deep undersea to high in the sky, terminations can be grouped into a few types which share similar features.
Space is always scarce on board ships and submarines in particular, which means that the smaller Sonar or ROV systems can be, the better. A tailor-made cable with a small diameter and bend radius helps keep the winch as small as possible, reducing the overall footprint of the system. A logical step you can take to reduce system size is opting for a flexible termination for towed arrays, with the same bend radius as the cable, as this allows the entire rig, including both the cable and the array, to be rolled up on the same winch.
The demand for UAVs, UUVs and USVs for defense purposes is currently greater than ever, which means that crucial components, such as cables, have to be developed quickly and must meet high-quality specifications.
As a leading cable supplier in the field of Naval Defense applications, we have identified an increasing demand for new, innovative cable systems for various unmanned vehicles that can be used in combat and reconnaissance operations.
With investments in Naval Defense increasing due to the changing geopolitical landscape, speed and innovation are more important than ever. All across the world, warships and systems need to be modernized, improved and maintained. If the industry is to catch up with current developments, manufacturers and suppliers in the Naval Defense sector will have to put in considerable effort.
With no fewer than 129 official delegations, 400 exhibitors and 23,000 visitors, Euronaval is one of the biggest events in the field of Naval Defense. This year, DeRegt cables will also attend this high-profile Naval Defense Fair, which will be held in Le Bourget in Paris, France.