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United Arab Emirates’ military has announced plans to award a Thales–Dassault Aviation team a contract to modernize its Mirage 2000-9 multirole combat aircraft. Thales said Wednesday it aims to support Mirage 2000-9 upgrade efforts through the supply of new mission computer, fire control radar, electronic warfare suite, optronics, communications navigation, identification, cockpit display, helmet mounted display and electrical systems. UAE […] More
Boeing will implement a digital platform from Dassault Systemes across defense, space and commercial aviation programs as part of an extended partnership with the latter company. Dassault“™s 3DEXPERIENCE platform works to manage product lifecycle and manufacturing operations through process and product simulation and elimination of risks prior to production, Dassault said Tuesday. Boeing will field the […] More
Leonardo-Finmeccanica, Airbus and Dassault Aviation have received a contract to conduct a two-year definition study of a program that seeks to develop a medium-altitude, long-endurance remotely piloted aircraft system for European countries. Germany, France, Spain and Italy participated in the launch of the contract for the European MALE RPAS program through a meeting led by the […] More
A Northrop Grumman subsidiary based in Germany has worked with Saab Aerosystems to develop a navigation, flight guidance and control system for an unmanned combat air vehicle prototype that flew over France, Italy and Sweden in flight tests. Northrop Grumman LITEF helped build the Attitude and Heading Reference System for the nEUROn drone that a six-country cooperative developed as an experimental, stealth platform to help build and test […] More
BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation have formed an alliance and submitted proposals to build a demonstration vehicle for the U.K. and France’s future unmanned combat air systems, Defense News reported Wednesday. Andrew Chuter and Pierre Tran write the team has finished preparation work for the project and the two European nations could award a contract for […] More
John Clarke Orzalli, a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral, has been appointed senior business development executive of Dassault Systemes“™ federal business group, Washington Technology reports. The company makes three-dimensional design software and three-dimensional digital mock-up and product lifecycle management systems for more than 150,000 customers. According to Washington Technology, Orzalli will be responsible for planning […] More
Boeing has completed the delivery of Norway’s first of five P-8A Poseidon aircraft developed for long-range anti-submarine warfare and anti-surface warfare missions as well as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The Poseidon will be deployed by the Royal Norwegian Air Force from the Evenes Air Station and will conduct maritime patrols across the Nordic country’s […] More
Leanne Caret, CEO of Boeing“™s defense, space and security business, has said the company would be “honored and thrilled“ if given the opportunity to take part in the U.K.“™s new fighter jet program, Reuters reported Friday. Caret, a two-time Wash100 recipient, told Reuters at the Farnborough Airshow that it is too early to issue conclusive statements, […] More
Switzerland has unveiled a list of specifications for the country’s future combat aircraft and ground-based air defense system. The Swiss defense department said Friday its NKF combat aircraft should be able to protect the Swiss airspace and perform routine air policing missions continuously. The country is looking for an aircraft that can respond within minutes to […] More
The Indian government has called on the air force to consider both single- and twin-engine fighter jets for a potential $15 billion program to replace its fleet of combat aircraft, Reuters reported Thursday. A defense ministry source told Reuters the government also asked the air force to assess the Boeing-built F/A-18 Super Hornet aircraft for […] More
Boeing has expressed interest to participate in a competition to produce 88 new fighter planes for Canada, Reuters reported Friday. The Canadian government set a Feb. 9 deadline for companies to show their interest to take part in the procurement effort that could be worth between approximately $12 billion and $15 billion and plans to […] More
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