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Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.

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The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/royal-navy-sets-sights-on-new-c-uas-solution/

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/royal-navy-sets-sights-on-new-c-uas-solution/

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/royal-navy-sets-sights-on-new-c-uas-solution/

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

Royal Navy sets sights on new C-UAS solution

by Richard Scott

The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) solution that is able to detect, track, identify, and defeat nano, micro, and mini UAS threats.

In an Invitation To Tender (ITT) released on 13 September, Navy Command Headquarters has called for a first system to be delivered by mid-January 2022 to support a Fleet Minor Trial activity. Up to five follow-on systems could be procured.


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Hanwha Systems, LIG Nex1 secure contacts for South Korea's ANASIS-II

by Alessandra Giovanzanti

Portable terminals from Hanwha Systems for receiving data from South Korea's ANASIS-II military communications satellite. Hanwha System was awarded a KRW360 billion contract on 15 September for the production of both portable ground terminals and network control systems. (Hanwha Systems)

Hanwha Systems and LIG Nex1 announced on 15 September that they have secured contracts from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) linked to ANASIS-II, the country's first dedicated military communications satellite.


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DSEI 2021: BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics unveil T-650 all-electric UAS

by Nigel Torp-Peterson

BAE Systems displayed the T-650 all-electric heavy lift UAS on its stand at DSEI 2021. (Janes/Nigel Torp-Petersen)

BAE Systems unveiled the T-650 all-electric heavy lift unmanned aircraft system (UAS) at the 2021 DSEI exhibition held from 14 to 17 September in London.

The T-650 is capable of lifting 300 kg (661 lb) and BAE Systems is currently working with Malloy Aeronautics to develop the platform so that the company can offer a complete system to potential customers.


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South Korea aims to launch indigenous solid-propellant space-launch vehicle by 2023

by Gabriel Dominguez & Dae Young Kim

After the ADD conducted combustion tests of a new solid-propellant rocket engine on 29 July, South Korea's MND announced that the country aims to develop and begin operating a new solid-propellant space launch vehicle by 2024. (Agency for Defense Development)

South Korea plans to develop and start operating a new space launch vehicle by 2024 from its Naro Space Center in Goheung County, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul disclosed on 16 September.


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The UK Royal Navy (RN) has outlined plans to equip deployed ships with a commercial off-the-shelf (C...

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