Northrop Grumman will present some of its unmanned aerial systems offerings at the upcoming Berlin Air Show, where it will feature international variants of its Global Hawk drone.
The company said the show will occur at the Berlin ExpoCentre Airport between Sept. 11 and Sept. 16.
Janis Pamiljans, sector vice president and general manager for unmanned systems, said the company has delivered more than 100,000 unmanned systems to U.S. and other international military customers for seven decades.
Pamiljans added the company’s Euro Hawk and NATO Aerial Ground Surveillance Systems, used by Germany’s air force, are the first international variants of the Global Hawk and the first high-altitude long-endurance drones to be used in Europe.
Northrop signed the $1.7 billion contract for the NATO AGS system in May at NATO summit in Chicago.
A full-scale model, alternating between both variants, will be on display in front of the company’s pavilion.