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Daher, Airbus and Safran team up to develop EcoPulseTM

EcoPulseTM
As part of their innovation strategies, Daher, Airbus and Safran announce their collaborative partnership for the design and development of the wing-mounted EcoPulseTM distributed hybrid propulsion demonstrator with a scheduled maiden flight date of 2022. Based on Daher’s TBM platform, this project kick-started by...

Franco-German FCAS unveiled

FCAS
David Oliver - Paris Air Show Review: The opening day of Le Bourget 2019 was dominated by the unveiling of New Generation Fighter (NGF) concepts including the Franco-German Future Combat Air System (FCAS). A full scale mock up of the FCAS and Remote Carriers (RC)...

Robonic delivers OHTO fourth-generation UAV launcher to Finnish Defense Forces

Robonic Ltd Oy, a Safran Electronics & Defense company, has delivered an OHTO fourth-generation pneumatic launcher to the Finnish Defense Forces (FDF). The FDF already deploy Robonic’s KARHU small launchers and KONTIO third-generation launchers to launch their aerial target drones. The fourth-generation OHTO launcher is...

Safran, HeliDax and AMS team up on first complete digital chain for helicopters

Hélidax-2019
At HAI HELI-EXPO 2019, HeliDax, AMS (Aircraft Maintenance Systems) and Safran Electronics & Defense signed a letter of intent to collaborate on a complete digital chain based on the Cassiopée range of flight data analysis services. This new solution will be a world first...

Safran and MTU Aero Engines join forces for the next-gen European fighter engine

In the presence of the French and German Ministers of Defense, respectively Florence Parly and Ursula von der Leyen, Safran and MTU Aero Engines officially announced their partnership to jointly lead the development, the production and the after-sales support activities of the new engine that...

Rafale F4 launched

Rafale-F4
Jon Lake - On 14 January 2019, the French government signed a $2.26 billion (€2 billion) contract with Dassault Aviation for a batch of 28 Rafales and at the same time approved the development of the new F4 standard. Like the rival Eurofighter Typhoon, the...

Serbia receives first out of nine H145Ms

Airbus-Helicopters
The Serbian Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vulin visited the Airbus Helicopters Donauwörth site to accept the first H145M for the Serbian Air Force. In December, two H145Ms will be delivered to the Serbian Ministry of Interior. Altogether, Serbia will receive nine H145Ms, earmarked for...

Luxembourg Defence orders two H145Ms

The Government of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has ordered two H145M multipurpose helicopters for defence and security missions. Together with the helicopters, Airbus will also provide a training and support package to its customer. The helicopters will be delivered before the end of 2019...

RUAS progress increases Maritime Relevance

As Rotary Unmanned Aerial Systems (RUAS) have improved in terms of range and load capability, they have moved into the tactical sphere encompassed by naval needs for Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA). The utility and cost of acquiring and deploying unmanned aerial systems (UAS) is witnessing...

Safran Continues Support of the U.S. Army with Contracts for UH-72A Lakotas

The United States Army has awarded two contracts to Airbus Helicopters, Inc. to deliver a total of 51 UH-72A Lakotas, on which Safran Electronics & Defense, Avionics USA, LLC supplies critical avionics systems. The awards came in two contracts with the initial award for 35...

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