The Naval Systems Programme Centre acquires and integrates advanced surface and underwater naval systems for the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN). This stretches across naval platforms such as frigates, missile corvettes, mine countermeasure vessels, patrol vessels, landing ship tanks, submarines and unmanned vehicles, and also encompasses naval weapons, sensors and communication systems.

Guarding Singapore's Shores

Guarding Singapore's Shores

The delivery of the Archer-class submarines, equipped with multiple new systems, represent a capability leap for the Republic of Singapore Navy.

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Achieving Bigger Capabilities with Leaner Crew

Achieving Bigger Capabilities with Leaner Crew

DSTA completed the preliminary design of the Littoral Mission Vessels, which will be configurable to meet a wide spectrum of operational missions, yet manned by a smaller crew.

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Sailing with New Strength

Sailing with New Strength

DSTA delivered the final upgraded Missile Corvette featuring enhanced surveillance capabilities.

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Boosting Mission Effectiveness

Boosting Mission Effectiveness

DSTA enhanced the combat capabilities of the Victory-class missile corvettes with the ScanEagle UAV.

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Overcoming Constraints with Innovation

Overcoming Constraints with Innovation

With a spark of innovation, our engineers designed an unconventional Launch and Recovery System capable of deploying water craft without compromising stealth.

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Keeping Sea Lanes Safe

Keeping Sea Lanes Safe

The upgrade of the Mine Counter-Measure Vessel has enabled a faster mine surveillance and clearance capability to bolster maritime safety.

Harnessing Unmanned Capabilities

Harnessing Unmanned Capabilities

Acquired by DSTA, the Protector Class Unmanned Surface Vessel is an unmanned integrated naval combat system that can be remotely controlled.

Building Systems for Complex Analysis

The Engineering Resource Lab comprises a sophisticated suite of specialised engineering tools for DSTA engineers working on naval platforms.

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