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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in early 2022 kicked off a new era of modern warfare. Drone strikes, hypersonic missiles, and the use of a wide spectrum of other weapons introduced the world to new threats on the battlefield. Radar systems are stretching their limits to keep up.
IMMENSTAAD, Germany. Hensoldt integrated NH90 and TIGER helicopters into a modern data link network as part of the "Timber Express 2023" exercise conducted by the German Armed Forces, the company announced in a statement.
MUNICH. Sensor solutions company Hensoldt will equip the U.S. Coast Guard's “Legend” class National Security Cutter (NSC) ship with its TRS-3D multimode naval radar, under a follow-on contract worth approximately 10 million euros ($10.6 million).
LONDON, England. Hensoldt will present its "Ceretron" sensor suite at the DSEI 2023 expo, which has been integrated into a Multi-Utility-Vehicle (MUV) and previously demonstrated its detection and operational capabilities with the German Army, according to a company statement.
LONDON, United Kingdom. HENSOLDT will display a range of sensor technologies for air, sea, and land platforms at the upcoming DSEi 2023 in London, the company announced in a statement.
PARDUBICE, Czech Republic. Hensoldt and ERA, which produce Air Traffic Control and passive surveillance systems, have formed a strategic partnership to advance air surveillance and defense technology on behalf of the German Luftwaffe, according to a joint statement.
TAUFKIRCHEN, Germany. Hensoldt will supply six radars to the German Armed Force as part of Diehl Defence's IRIS-T SLM air defense system, according to a Hensoldt statement.