Pratt & Whitney PT6A Engine to Power Grob G520NG Aircraft
Posted: 2016 Jul 20

The Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67A, which is civil certified up to 45,000 feet, has been chosen by Germany's Grob Aircraft as the powerplant for its new G520NG. Both companies have also announced that they are studying new joint opportunities on other aircraft platforms.

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IAI Concludes Successful Cyber Deals in Asia
Posted: 2016 Jul 20

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has signed a number of important cyber deals, with Asian customers, worth in excess of US $40 million. Amongst the contracts are deals to establish an advanced nationwide system for monitoring and analyzing of cyber events and an advanced cyber protection suite for mission critical systems.
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Thales and Elettronica Enhance Electronic Warfare Partnership
Posted: 2016 Jul 20

Thales and Elettronica will explore joint initiatives and pursue growth business opportunities in the Electronic Warfare (EW) segment as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) finalised between the two companies. “The signature of this MoU strengthens cooperation between Thales and Elettronica which relies on successful partnerships in the last decades such as the French and Italian naval programmes Horizon, Fremm and the French Fighter Mirage 2000. This cooperation has allowed the French and Italian defence industry to excel in innovation” said Patrice Caine, Chairman and CEO of Thales.  
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Elbit Systems Launches Light SPEAR UAS SPJ System
Posted: 2016 Jul 20

Elbit Systems launched a new self-protection and jamming system for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) called Light SPEAR at the recently concluded Farnborough Air Show. Light SPEAR comprises of air defence systems that are based on Elbit Systems EW and SIGINT systems that are already installed onboard platforms such as fighter jets, helicopters and utility aircraft that are in operational use by the Israeli Air Force and other customers worldwide.
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QinetiQ, Thales and Textron AirLand Make UK ASDOT Bid with Scorpion
Posted: 2016 Jul 20

QinetiQ, Thales and Textron AirLand, have come together to bid for the UK Ministry of Defence’s upcoming Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT) programme. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to this effect by the CEO’s of the three companies’ CEOs took place at the Farnborough International Airshow. The QinetiQ, Thales and Textron AirLand, consortium is proposing an innovative, cost effective, technologically advanced reliable managed service using the Textron AirLand Scorpion jet equipped with Thales and QinetiQ sensors to provide a broad spectrum of training for all three armed services.
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