SAES sponsors the XXXIV Golf Navy Championship

The AJEMA, who chaired the closing ceremony, was among the 85 participants.


The XXXIV Golf Navy Championship, which took place at the Costa Ballena Golf Course (Rota, Cádiz) between 24 and 25 April 2015, had the participation of 85 golfers who came from different Spanish cities.




Participants were divided into three categories according to their handicaps, playing in the form of stableford handicap. The champion of the Navy was established by the best result «scratch» within the game mode programmed (stable ford scratch). D. Alejandro Salmeron Vaca, Corporal of Spanish Marine, won for the second consecutive year the first place in the final Scratch Classification.



The closing ceremony was chaired by the Hon. Mr. Admiral Chief of Naval Staff Jaime Muñoz-Delgado y Díaz del Rio, with the assistance of various civil and military authorities, and the representation of collaborating companies, as SAES, on whose behalf attended by President Alfredo Gordo.



SAES, which supports the championship since 2009, highlights the constant decisions involved in practicing golf, since it involves assessing options, calculate probabilities and possible outcomes, make a decision, run it and accept the consequences. A golf tournament is a good example of the values upheld by SAES, such as respect, honesty, perseverance, commitment, and teamwork.

SAES collaborates with the UNICEF Golf Tournament VI

The charity golf tournament for UNICEF took place at TorrePacheco Golf Club on 11 and 12 April

SAES – S.A. de Electrónica Submarina has sponsored, as in previous editions, the golf event for United Nations Fund for Children (UNICEF), leading international organization working to ensure that the rights of children to heath, education and protection worldwide are accomplished. UNICEF bases its work on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the human rights treaty more ratified of the world.

SAES, following the suggestions of its employees and for the corporate social responsibility of society, carries out this one and other social activities as campaigns to the benefit of rare diseases associations as well as actions to promote sport.

SAES presented in MAST EurAsia 2014 its most recent study on underwater magnetic & electric measurement analysis.

The study, entitled “Main characteristics of the MIRS measured electric and magnetic underwater radiations emitted by cruise ships in the Mediterranean Sea”, is based on data collected during a period of 4 months with the SAES’ manufactured last generation Multi-influence Range System (MIRS), which configures as one of the most advanced equipment in its class.

Multi-influence range systemNowadays there exists an increasing concern in the international community on the effects on the marine life of the acoustics and non-acoustic underwater radiations, as reflected in the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) of the European Union (EU). Additionally, there is in this field an important lack of information on the characteristics of non-acoustic radiations from specific types of vessels.

In order to contribute to mitigate this lack of information, SAES is developing a series of studies on the radiation generated by vessels, and specifically their magnetic and electric emissions, since their impact is much less known than this produced by acoustic radiations. First results of the studies, centered in cruise ships measurements, will be explained in depth in the MAST EurAsia 2014 Conference, on Wednesday 21st May at 8:30 hrs (Session 5C).

SAES has analyzed the underwater electric and magnetic fields generated by a type of vessels increasingly present in the seas and oceans: the cruise ships. These analyses are based on the data captured by the SAES’ manufactured Multi-Influence Range System (MIRS), deployed during a period of several months in the area of Cartagena to evaluate if the measured levels could impact in marine fauna in the area, following guidelines of the MSFD.

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