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Hidroavion ShinMaywa US-2 de origen Japones, es ofrecido a ensamblarse en India - acuerdos, contratos y noticias

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Hidroavion ShinMaywa US-2 de origen Japones, es ofrecido a ensamblarse en India - acuerdos, contratos y noticias

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 29/11/2015, 2:25 pm



Despues de 2 años de negociaciones, ires y venires entre ambos Paises con
visitas reciprocas, y aceptacion de participar de manera conjunta con sus
flotas navales en varios ejercicios conjuntos, se llega a un acuerdo formal
de asignar la fabricacion de el HIDROAVION, US-2 de diseño Japones,
en primera instancia, con rol de comercializacion civil, y siendo aceptado por
el Mando Naval para asistir en sus labores de reconocimiento, SAR, y
monitoreo de zonas exclusivas territoriales, ahora se empiezan a tejer sus
redes de coneccion y co-particiapacion con diseños propios entre ambos
paises. Sus capacidades STOL en cortas distancias, le permiten maniobrar
en isletas y en la superficie marina aun con oleaje de 3 metros de altura
en tormentas y mar picado.
Otros proyectos estan en puerta y en negociacion, lo cual incrementara el
intercambio tecnologico, comercial y de empate en adelantos militares.




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India, Japan to finalise aircraft pact during Shinzo Abe's India visit

By Manu Pubby, ET Bureau | 26 Nov, 2015, 04.21AM IST

| make in India | Japan



NEW DELHI: India and Japan are set to firm up an agreement to jointly produce amphibious military aircraft during the upcoming visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in what could be the first defence deal between the two countries.

The US 2 amphibious aircraft, that has applications for search and rescue, surveillance as well as intelligence gathering, will be produced in India not only for domestic orders but will also be pitched jointly for exports in the region and beyond.


Besides the US 2 programme, the two sides are also expected to firm up a larger umbrella agreement to promote the joint development and production of military systems in support of the Make in India initiative.

Officials aware of the developments have told ET that the Rs 7440 crore US 2 proposal was discussed during the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kuala Lumpur where he met Abe, and it was jointly agreed to take the initiative forward.

While an initial requirement of 12 aircraft has been raised by the Navy that has submitted a new, detailed report to the defence ministry on the project, more requirements are anticipated in the future, including Coast Guard orders.


Sources have told ET that Japanese manufacturer ShinMaywa has also sent a letter to the Indian government with details of plans to make the aircraft in India in collaboration with Pipavav which is now controlled by the Anil Ambani group.

As reported by ET, Japan's plans to export its first military equipment to India had hit a bump in April with the defence ministry asking the navy to review, among other projects, the operational requirement of the ShinMaywa US 2.



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A report on the necessity and scope of operations of what would be the navy's only amphibious platform has been requested by the ministry. The report on the Rs 7440-crore project has since been submitted by the navy in consultation with the Coast Guard and has been given the go-ahead as part of the 'Make in India' initiative.


Japanese firm ShinMaywa is keen to make India a production hub for global orders and has been in touch with several private sector companies since 2011 before finalizing Pipavav as its main partner for the project.




http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/india-japan-to-finalise-aircraft-pact-during-shinzo-abes-india-visit/articleshow/49928435.cms



HISTORIAL DEL DISEÑO SHINMAYWA US-2 - Primera entrega en 2009 a las fuerzas militares Niponas.

ShinMaywa US-2 STOL Search and Rescue Amphibian, Japan



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ShinMaywa US-2 STOL

The ShinMaywa US-2 is an amphibious short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft manufactured by Japan-based ShinMaywa Industries. Designed for air-sea rescue missions, the US-2 is operated by the 31st Fleet Air Wing of the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF).

The ShinMaywa US-2 fleet is deployed across the remote islands of Japan's Exclusive Economic Zones to provide surveillance and emergency medical transportation services. The aircraft can quickly reach remote islands and sites of maritime accidents during search and rescue (SAR) operations.

The US-2 amphibian aircraft was displayed at Defexpo India 2012. The aircraft has been offered to India in response to the Indian Navy's global request for information (RFI) for nine amphibious SAR aircraft. The US-2 is the first Japanese aircraft to be offered to the Indian defence market.

Orders and deliveries

The ShinMaywa US-2 is an amphibious short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft manufactured by Japan-based ShinMaywa Industries.
The first US-2 commercial production aircraft was delivered to Japan's Ministry of Defence (MoD) in February 2009. The fifth US-2 was delivered to the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force in 2011.

ShinMaywa US-2 development history

In October 1996, ShinMaywa was nominated by the Ministry of Defence as a main contractor to develop advanced version of existing US-1 aircraft. The new aircraft was designated US-1A Kai. ShinMaywa formed a US-1A modification engineering team including Kawasaki Heavy Industries, NIPPI Corporation, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The rigorous engineering requirements imposed on the project resulted in an advanced model which was virtually a brand new aircraft.

The overall assembly of the first prototype was concluded in April 2003 and the first flight test was successfully conducted in December 2003. The first prototype was delivered to the MoD in March 2004, followed by the second prototype in December 2004.

The MoD signed a contract for the delivery of the US-1A Kai aircraft in 2005. The prototype was integrated with partial design changes based on the evaluation by the MoD. The US-1A Kai was re-designated the US-2 STOL Search and Rescue Amphibian, and was formally inducted to a squadron in March 2007. The aircraft entered full-scale production in April 2007 and the first flight was accomplished in December 2008.

Design of ShinMaywa US-2 amphibious aircraft

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Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) is a US Navy forward deployed base in Yokosuka, Japan.

The US-2 incorporates a flexible airframe design allowing it to be converted into a fire-fighting amphibian, passenger transport aircraft, or a multi-purpose amphibian. The wings and fuselage are made of composite materials. It features a pressurised cabin for high-altitude flights. The STOL technology based on boundary layer control (BLC) helps in very-low-speed operations.

The US-2 has a length of 33.3m, wing span of 33.2m, and a height of 9.8m. The empty weight of the aircraft is 25,630kg. The aircraft can carry up to 20 passengers or 12 stretchers.


Cockpit of the ShinMaywa US-2

The US-2 is equipped with a glass cockpit with integrated instrument panel. A single LCD panel integrates the digitalised meters. The aircraft incorporates fly-by-wire flight control system. The computerised flight system improves the safety and controllability of the aircraft.

Engines and landing gear

The US-2 aircraft can fly at a maximum altitude of over 6,000m.
The ShinMaywa US-2 is powered by four Rolls-Royce AE 2100J turboprop engines driving six Dowty R414 bladed propellers. Each engine generates a maximum power of 3,424kW. The BLC engine provides a power output of 1,015kW.


The aircraft is equipped with a tricycle type landing gear. The STOL capabilities enable the US-2 to take off and land within very short distances on land and water. The maximum take-off distance required on land is 490m. The spray suppressor and spray strip aboard the US-2 allow the operation in rough seas with wave height of 3m.

Performance

The US-2 aircraft can fly at a maximum altitude of over 6,000m. It has the cruising speed of 480km/h and maximum speed of 560km/h. The maximum range of the aircraft is over 4,500km. The maximum take-off weights of the aircraft on land and water are 47.7t and 43t respectively.

http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/shinmaywa-us-2-stol-search-and-rescue-amphibian/
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Ya con la autorizacion del gobierno central japones podran realizar exportaciones
a paises que tengan acuerdos bilaterales de apoyo economico, militar y tecnologico,
mismo que en esta ocasion, adaptaran los Hidroaviones a las especificaciones
requeridas por India, los 2 primeros seran fabricados en Japon y los 10 restantes
se ensamblaran en un lugar prestablecido en la India.
Esto fomentara la evolucion de diseños, y el crecimiento de flotas aereas y
sin duda de submarinos para compartir teconologias.!!!!




Japan to deliver 12 amphibious aircraft to Indian Navy


By Ryan Maass | Jan. 4, 2016 at 12:36 PM




Japan's scheduled delivery of 12 US-2i aircraft to India follows an agreement between the two countries to cooperate on defense and security equipment. Pictured, the ShinMaywa US-2 amphibious search-and-rescue aircraft of Japan. Photo courtesy Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force



WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 (UPI) -- Japan is scheduled to deliver 12 Utility Seaplane Mark 2 amphibious search-and-rescue aircraft to the Indian Navy.



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The delivery is part of a $1.65 billion deal reached between both governments to facilitate the export of the aircraft. The deal was signed following Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to India, where leaders from both countries agreed to further their cooperation on procuring defense and security equipment, according to The Hindu Business Line.

The "agreement provides a framework to enhance defense and security co-operation by making available to each other, defense equipment and technology necessary to implement joint research, development and production," sources told The Hindu.

The Utility Seaplane Mark 2 is the basis for the model known as the US-2i for India. It has the same capability as the US-2, with some equipment modifications specific to India's requirements. The plane, crewed by 11, is capable of carrying 20 passengers or 12 stretchers for search-and-rescue missions.

The first two US-2i will be imported, while the remaining 10 are scheduled to be manufactured in India.

http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2016/01/04/Japan-to-deliver-12-amphibious-aircraft-to-Indian-Navy/7411451922134/
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que tan practicos serian estos juguetitos para la Armada de México ?


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Por Mèxico siempre leales.


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Sun Tzu escribió:que tan practicos serian estos juguetitos para  la Armada de México ?

La versatilidad y longitud de operacion en zonas maritimas, es muy generosa, aunque la
cuota en Dolares por unidad anda llegando a los 900 mil dolares por cada una, (el acuerdo que
se dio en Rupias comvertidas a dolares por 12 unidades les presentan un presupuesto
estimado en $750,000 dolares por unidad al adquirir 12 unidades) y pueden ponerse mas
guapos, cuando lo ensamblen en la misma India con menores costos de mano de obra.
Para nuestra Armada en Mexico, tendremos que tener una vision mas amplia de lo
que significa identificar naves en lo extenso de nuestro rango maritimo, y acompañado
de una flota suficiente para no dejar a la deriva al que sea detectado.
Sin equipo de vigilancia aerea, se deja libre la travesia, si hay equipo de superficie
suficiente sin equipo aereo, los radares tienen que responder en consecuencia, haciendo
que se pongan las pilas los que autorizan los proyectos de inversion!!!!
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Que se pongan las pillas del conejito energizer.
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La salida del Primer Ministro Abe de visita a Delhi, presenta una lista de posibles acuerdos, contratos e inversiones que aumente la relacion bilateral entre ambas naciones.
Despues de la prueba de la Bomba de Hidrogeno de Corea del Norte y el haber tenido
que aceptar el transito del espacio sobre Japon de Misil interbalistico, la busqueda de
alternativas y alianzas que le den un impulso a la relacion conjunta naval militar asi como
del equipamiento probable de Hidroaviones entre otros proyectos.

Veremos que se anuncia despues de esta estancia con proyectos por impulsar.





Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Is Set to Visit India: What to Expect

The Japanese prime minister’s upcoming visit to India marks the start of a new era in bilateral ties.
By Rupakjyoti Borah
September 08, 2017







When Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives in India next week for the annual bilateral summit with his Indian counterpart, a lot will be at stake for both Tokyo and New Delhi as recent developments in the region, especially on the security front, have tested their diplomatic acumen and strategic maturity.
While India was embroiled in the standoff over Doklam with China, which has since been resolved, North Korea’s shenanigans have upset the security dynamics in Northeast Asia. Pyongyang’s recent hydrogen bomb test and its overflight of a missile over Japan have forced Tokyo to take another look at its options on how to deal with this problem.

During this upcoming visit, Abe will be laying the foundation stone for the construction of India’s first high-speed railway corridor between India’s commercial capital, Mumbai, and Ahmedabad in Gujarat. Abe has been looking to export Japan’s famed shinkansen (bullet train) technology and after the setback in Indonesia, where Japan lost out to China, India represents good tidings for the Japanese railway sector and assorted industries.
Under Abe, Tokyo is also trying to claw its way back into the high-stakes tussle for influence in the Indian Ocean region, particularly in the light of Beijing’s growing aggressiveness in the region. Tokyo’s “Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy” is critical to its economic security and stability. At the same time, the construction of the Hambantota port in Sri Lanka by China was a wake-up call for New Delhi as Beijing has now entered what many in India considered as its own backyard.
Meanwhile, India’s non-participation in Beijing’s signature One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative has put the onus on New Delhi to offer alternate models of infrastructure development. While it is doing so with projects like the India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) trilateral highway, it is also teaming up with Japan in the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) initiative, which aims to pool together Indian and Japanese expertise and funding in building infrastructure in Africa. Japan also has the “Partnership for Quality Infrastructure” initiative which aims to build quality infrastructure in Asia.
A maritime security deal is also on the cards given their growing cooperation in the maritime realm. Earlier in July this year, India, Japan, and the United States had brought in their biggest naval assets to the Malabar naval exercises in the Bay of Bengal. Given that Japan maintains a base in Djibouti and the Indian Ocean is a key conduit for the net energy importer, a maritime cooperation deal could mark a new high in the maritime ties between India and Japan. The two nations have also been holding a bilateral naval exercise, the JIMEX, since 2012.
Another big area of cooperation could be in the field of civilian nuclear energy, given that the Japan-India civilian nuclear deal recently came into force. This is a big leap of faith for Japan as the only country to have suffered from the impact of atomic weapons, especially since India is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
On the flip side, during this trip, it remains to be seen whether Japan and India can clinch a deal for the supply of Japanese-made US-2i maritime reconnaissance aircraft, which has been stuck for many years now.
Additionally, Japan is the only country to have been allowed to invest in Northeast India and the Andaman and Nicobar islands and this special consideration given to Japan is testimony to the growing camaraderie between the two nations. In fact, Japan was the first country where Prime Minister Modi paid a bilateral visit beyond India’s immediate neighborhood after taking office in May 2014 and since then he has developed a close rapport with his Japanese counterpart.
Hence, given the huge commonality of their interests, Abe’s upcoming India trip could very well set the tone for the next stage of the Japan-India relationship.


http://thediplomat.com/2017/09/japanese-pm-shinzo-abe-is-set-to-visit-india-what-to-expect/
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Mensaje por Don Vader el 17/9/2017, 7:24 pm

Yo siempre he dicho que la Armada debería tener flotas de hidroaviones. Además de las operaciones SAR y de vigilancia territorial, serían una excelente plataforma para llevar ayuda a zonas costeras afectadas dentro del Plan DN-III, cuando esas zonas o ciudades costeras quedan incomunicadas por lo mal que quedaron los caminos y puentes nada como tener un puente aéreo con hidroaviones.

Lástima que no prosperó el proyecto del Puércules Amfíbio... con lo experimentada que está la FAM en los C-130 hubiera sido una chulada para México.

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Mensaje por XÓLOTL el 17/9/2017, 8:44 pm

A nuestros mandos les hace falta visión.

Con todo y que en Semar se hacen mil veces mejor las cosas que en la FAM y Sedena y PF.

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