Naval Systems

New Zealand ANZAC Frigate

Lockheed Martin Canada has a proud legacy of providing innovative naval systems for Canada and abroad. The skill and depth of our existing Canadian workforce continues to drive results for our partners.

Our foundation of a proven naval systems engineering team is strengthened by:

  • Leveraging our Canadian solution for new projects and exports, building naval capability and delivering economic value to Canada
  • Reaching into the vast naval technology resource base across Lockheed Martin corporation worldwide
  • Investing in Canadian business and technology to develop high-value jobs, subcontracts, and capability in country
  • Leveraging talent cultivated in local universities and technical schools
Canada’s Trusted Combat System Integrator
For more than three decades, Lockheed Martin Canada has demonstrated its capability and commitment to the Royal Canadian Navy as the Prime Contractor and Combat System Integrator for the HALIFAX Class Frigates.
Canada’s Command and Surveillance System Integrator
Lockheed Martin Canada is partnered with prime contractor Irving Shipbuilding Inc. to deliver Canada's new Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS).
Exporting Canadian Naval Technology and Expertise
Lockheed Martin Canada is the Prime Systems Integrator selected by the New Zealand Ministry of Defence to upgrade the combat systems on their ANZAC-class ships.
Innovative Combat Management System
Lockheed Martin Canada’s Combat Management System - CMS 330 - is a derivative of a Lockheed Martin Canada legacy product that was originally developed in Canada in the 1980’s for the original build of the Royal Canadian Navy’s HALIFAX Class ships.
Cabinets and Consoles
Naval combat workstation design in the 21st Century increasingly focuses on reducing operational crew size and related costs.
Command and Control for Canadian Submarines
Lockheed Martin has a proud history of developing and supporting a variety of submarine command, control, and combat systems for the Department of National Defence (DND) and the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) over three decades.