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  • TITAN by Nortac: Enhancing Command and Control

    Designed to support the full spectrum of mission sets demanded by armed forces around the world, the ’TITAN by Nortac’ ecosystem of command and control (C2) technology provides an operationally efficient, flexible and scalable solution at a more cost-effective price point.

  • Maxar introduces its next-generation ‘WorldView Legion’ Earth Intelligence capability

    In 2021, Maxar Technologies launches its latest satellite constellation designed to provide customers throughout the defense and intelligence sector with a game-changing and next-generation Earth Intelligence (EI) capability. The deployment of WorldView Legion will deliver continuity and dramatically expanded capabilities to Maxar’s existing customer base, which includes the United States’ National Reconnaissance Office, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Department of Defense (DoD) as well as international customers such as Australia, Japan, and Saudi Arabia. The expanded capacity will also serve new customers and use cases.

  • AeroVironment – Puma LE – Group 2 Capabilities, Group 1 Footprint

    The Puma Long Endurance (LE) is the newest member of the Puma All Environment small UAS product line, building on the combat-proven UAV’s legacy with new capabilities, increased range, and multi-mission payload capacity.

  • Hensoldt South Africa Optronics – Detect and Protect

    An early pioneer in developing laser rangefinders, night sights and helmet-mounted pilot aiming systems, Hensoldt Optronics South Africa’s business is now expanding its offering in the world market.

  • Viasat - Modernizing Networks: The future of connectivity

    Seeking to overcome threats emerging from the Global Power Competition, Viasat is supporting government customers with multi-domain solutions spanning air, land and maritime environments as well as space and cyber domains.

  • Bell Helicopter - V-280 Valor - Harnessing the digital thread

    With its cruise speed of 280 knots and a combat range of up to 800 nm, the Bell V-280 Valor tiltrotor has demonstrated its ability to revolutionize battlefield air assault as the U.S Army seeks to take its rotary-wing force into a new era through its wide-ranging Future Vertical Lift programme. With speed and range performance broadly double that of todays rotorcraft, the V280 offers truly game changing attributes that could open up new realms of operational tactics supporting the Army’s Multi-domain Operations concept, while building on the success that Bell and partner Boeing have achieved with the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor in U.S Marine Corps service.

  • AM General - Innovation, Flexibility & Drive

    AM General excels as a multi-faceted company, providing so much more than the exemplary Humvee. The message is clear: diversity and innovation is the key to their success.

  • EOS Defence Systems - Innovators in on-the-move firepower

    EOS Defence were the pioneers of the remote weapon station, supplying the first systems in the 1990s. Since then the company has developed a family of state-of-the-art RWSs and related systems.

  • Ready Now – Raytheon sets the bar with a family of high-energy laser weapon systems

    Over the past 24 months, Raytheon has invested in the development of an advanced, scalable high-energy laser weapon system architecture to address the proliferating threat of unmanned aerial systems, and support the future mission requirements of the US and its allies.

  • Codan Communications – Providing Communications At The Tactical Edge

    Codan Communications has a strong track record in supplying reliable tactical communications solutions to a global market. It is now launching a new, software-defined HF manpack radio.

  • Northrop Grumman: Spectrum superiority in the maritime domain

    Recognising the challenges across the electromagnetic spectrum at sea, Northrop Grumman is using its wealth of experience, and continued investment in advanced technologies, to redress the balance and restore a decisive advantage to the warfighter.

  • FNH UK – a long-term partner for defence and security forces

    Bought in 2014 by the renowned small-calibre weapons specialist FN Herstal, the former Manroy Engineering has rebranded as FNH UK, and is offering the complete range of weapons, weapon systems, ammunition and support services offered by the parent company

  • General Atomics Aeronautical Systems : SkyGuardian remotely piloted aircraft flies across the Atlantic

    A General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.-produced MQ-9B SkyGuardian became the first Medium-altitude, Long-endurance (MALE) Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) to complete a trans-Atlantic flight when it landed 11 July 2018.

  • ETPS: Transforming flight test training

    The UK MoD’s ETPS is undergoing a revamp, which will see a new fleet of aircraft, new course structure and a new innovative approach applied to flight test aircrew training.

  • Euro Vision: Raytheon’s strategy for Integrated Air and Missile Defence in Europe

    With ongoing Russian aggression along NATO’s eastern border and the future of the Iran nuclear deal now in jeopardy, European state actors are being urged to consider the alignment and optimisation of national and international interests to provide more efficient and cost-effective Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD).

  • IAI – Celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018

    Celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) continues to provide armed forces around the World with technology, experience and expertise across air, sea, space, cyber and ground environments. Responding to emerging requirements from an increasingly complex operating environment, the company is also pursuing a strategy to further evolve and expand its inventory of products and knowledge to support the demands of ground forces.

  • Forward progress: 70 years of the Israel Defense Forces

    On 18th April 2018, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) celebrated its 70th anniversary- a period of time which has witnessed multiple campaigns and wars to secure the State of Israel and its borders. In this profile of the IDF, senior commanders describe how lessons learned arising from recent conflicts continue to shape the IDF and its ability to counter emerging challenges.

  • Naval Group unveils its next-generation solutions for maritime forces

    Having published record-breaking annual revenues for a third consecutive year in 2017, Naval Group continues to drive forward with investments aimed at further strengthening its competitive edge in support of both domestic and international markets. Central to this expansion strategy is Naval Group’s ‘Digitalisation’ concept which is aimed at enhancing the capabilities of its surface and subsurface fleets – a move which is being supported by a rebranding from DCNS to Naval Group as the company seeks to further extend mirror its influence across the international market.

  • Northrop Grumman: Assured Position, Navigation and Timing - the future challenge

    In the future satellite navigation systems may no longer be infallible. Northrop Grumman Mission Systems offers solutions that integrate a number of alternative data sources to provide reliable APNT.

  • Roketsan: Aiming High in the Pursuit of Precision

    Turkey’s missile specialist offers a wide-ranging portfolio of precision-guided armament with applications in air, land and sea domains, including growing families of air-launched weapons for both manned and unmanned platforms, and guided artillery systems