SEA conducts managed research and experimentation on behalf of the UK MOD to enable military decision makers to make evidence-based investments that enhance Dismounted Close Combat (DCC) capability. SEA has also delivered DCC capability to international customers such as Australia.
We apply an engineering based ‘architecture’ that considers ‘systems-thinking’ and holistic ‘integration’ to manage the concepts and equipment that contribute to DCC capability – the ‘Integrated Soldier System’.
Our specialist knowledge and relationships with wider industry offers long term continuity within the MOD customer base.
To arrange a meeting with one of our Soldier Systems experts please get in touch.
Visit SEA on the Cohort plc stand S7 – 240, We look forward to seeing you at the show!
09 March 2011
SEA has achieved acceptance of the latest batch of improvements to the Common Simulation Framework system.
09 March 2011
RAIDACT is a feasibility study undertaken by SEA for the Oil Innovation Technology Fund and focuses on detecting sea ice approaching an exploration vessel.
16 March 2011
SEA announces that its Aero-Space Division based in Bristol has been awarded a 300,000€ (£260,000) contract funded by the General Studies Programme of the European Space Agency (ESA) for the study of a Lunar Dust Analysis Package (L-DAP).
10 May 2011
SEA is pleased to announce it has recently been awarded two Managed Services contracts by the UK Ministry of Defence, DE&S.
07 June 2011
SEA was recently invited by AgustaWestland to host a Technology Day at their facilities in Yeovil.
17 June 2011
SEA’s latest automatic enforcement technology has doubled the number of penalty notices issued to motorist who ignore the road signs on Pulteney Bridge in Bath, greatly reducing the amount of unwanted traffic in the area.
28 July 2011
SEA is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the maintenance contract for EUMETSAT’s ASCAT Calibration Transponders.
05 December 2011
SEA, part of Cohort plc, is pleased to announce that it has been selected by BAE Systems to provide two additional External Communication Systems (ECS) for the Royal Navy's Astute class of submarine. The work is valued at over £9m in total and will be carried out over the next 42 months. Detailed contract negotiations continue, with full contract award to follow. The work is additional to SEA's contract for ECS infrastructure for Audacious announced in April 2010.
03 February 2012
Bristol City Council's ROADflow Mobile system has commenced enforcement duties.