NATO Goes for Lean Propulsion

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 11, 2019

  • Image Credit: STADT
  • Image Credit: STADT
  • Image Credit: STADT Image Credit: STADT
  • Image Credit: STADT Image Credit: STADT

STADT has signed up for designing a new generation of naval ships utilizing the Stealth AC drive technology for electric propulsion to one of the NATO allied countries.  Particular details about the projects is not supposed to be revealed at the moment.
Unique features of this technology is its reliability and long lifetime, its noise free characteristics, compact footprint and low weight, and many other operational advantages.

The STADT Lean Propulsion solution can be used in any size of ships due to its scalability.

STADT delivered its Stealth Lean Drive technology to SAAB AB a year ago, also for naval project.

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