G3 Programs Restricted has – working with QinetiQ – delivered 4 programs (deployable containerised options) to assist the Royal Navy Persistent Operational Deployable Programs (NavyPODS) required to move and management the brand new heavy-lift drone functionality in a report time of 12 weeks. G3 Programs will likely be accessible at DVD 22 to debate this challenge, and all their capabilities, at UTAC Millbrook, Bedfordshire 21/22 September 2022. G3 Programs Restricted, an entirely owned subsidiary of IAP WWS Inc., has over 20 years of operationally confirmed historical past in designing and constructing deployable containerised options, delivering essential operational infrastructure and offering services assist in austere places.

NavyPODS are interchangeable modules that may be fitted to the floor fleet. Utilizing a delivery container because the transport medium, NavyPODS ship the idea of a ‘plug and play’ warship and allow Royal Navy ships of all sizes to be extra adaptable and versatile when deployed. By combining NavyPODS and floor platforms, better operational impact will likely be achieved by being interchangeable, interconnected and built-in permitting the Royal Navy to quickly reply to quite a lot of taskings. The heavy-lift drone functionality is a key constructing block of this idea and G3 Programs offered the deployable containerised resolution to move, management and keep these drones.


G3 Programs Heavy-lift Drone NavyPODS

Mike Puckett, Managing Director at G3 Programs Restricted mentioned, “We’re more than happy with the end result of this thrilling challenge with the Royal Navy. Over 20 years we have now turn into specialists in designing and constructing advanced containerised options, and the Royal Navy has seized on this idea for each FSUs and PODs to maximise their flexibility and response time. I’m very happy with the G3 staff that we have been in a position to mirror this idea and ship a high-quality sustainable, versatile product in report time.”

G3 Programs have huge expertise and experience is designing, constructing and supporting such excessive specification, bespoke, deployable containerised options. This challenge required all of the ingenuity, agility and objective G3 Programs are well-known for, to work carefully with the client, QinetiQ and varied suppliers to combine the quickly altering necessities and nonetheless ship in opposition to such quick timelines. A standard challenge of this scale would take 16 to twenty weeks, however by drawing on previous expertise, standardised confirmed options and the information gained throughout the Royal Navy Ahead Help Items (FSU) refurbishment programme, it was doable to ship all 4 programs with three separate designs inside 12 weeks, which is a brand new report for G3 Programs on such a posh challenge. It clearly demonstrates G3 System’s versatile and agile method to design, and their capability to rapidly ramp up capability to satisfy difficult deadlines.