23 Feb 23. Tawazun Council signed 10 deals, worth AED 2.7bn, with local and international companies on behalf of the Ministry of Defense on the fourth day of the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) and the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX) 2023.
This makes the cumulative value of the deals Tawazun Council signed on behalf of the Ministry of Defense and Abu Dhabi Police so far AED 21.14bn for 44 deals.
The announcement was made during a press conference held by Tawazun Council’s official Spokesmen Majed Ahmed Al Jaberi, Zayed Saeed Al Meraikhi and Saeed Al Mansoori, CEO of Capital Events, a subsidiary of ADNEC Group.
Zayed Al Meraikhi said: “Today, Tawazun Council – the UAE defense and security acquisitions authority for the Ministry of Defense, UAE Armed Forces, Security Agencies and Abu Dhabi Police is pleased to announce the contracts that was signed/ on behalf of the Ministry of Defense on the fourth day of IDEX and NAVDEX 2023.”
“The total number of contracts Tawazun Council signed today on behalf of the Ministry of Defense were 10 contracts with a total value of AED 2.7bn. They include 6 contracts with local companies, with a total value of AED 1.2bn, and 4 contracts signed with international companies with a total value of AED 1.5bn.
The biggest local contract- worth AED 902m, was awarded to Norinco, through International Golden Group, to procure AR3 multiple launcher rocket system and in-country services. Another contract, worth AED 91m, was signed with Edge Group’s subsidiary Earth to supply gun’s thermal camera.
A contract worth AED 53m was signed with Tamalex International to provide vehicle’s technical support, maintenance and spare part supply services.
Three more contracts were signed with International Golden Group. A contract worth AED 65 m to procure theramo-camera and thermoscope, a contract worth AED 21m to provide technical support services for SAP system and a contract worth AED 24m to provide vessels’ communication system with technical support services and logistic services. Announcing the fourth day’s deals with international companies, Al Jaberi said: “The Council seeks to maximize value for money through innovative budgeting and acquisition systems, sustain technology and innovation to support national industry needs, secure defense and security industry through robust regulations and accelerate ecosystem growth by nationalizing key acquisitions and capabilities, driving local content and creating in-country value.”
The international contracts announced today included an AED 1.26bn contract with France’s MBDA to procure MICA missiles and a contract worth AED 36m with Italy’s Leonardo to procure C4I systems’ spare parts.
Also signed was an AED 79m contract with the US company Harris International to provide technical support and training services on C4I systems and a contract worth AED 165m with US Kaman Precision Products to procure ammunition fuzes.
Saeed Al Mansoori, CEO of Capital Events, an ADNEC Group subsidiary, announced the conclusion of the IDEX Next Gen Award at IDEX & NAVDEX 2023, which was participated by 34 startups from 52 countries.
He credited IDEX’s success to the unwavering support of its partners, including the Ministry of Defense and Tawazun Council.
22 Feb 23. Safran and International Golden Group form joint venture in optronics and navigation IDEX, Abu Dhabi, February 22, 2023 UAE-based International Golden Group and Safran Electronics & Defense today announced the creation of the “Vision for Optronics & Navigation” joint venture in the defense and high-tech sector, with a focus on optronics and navigation. International Golden Group and Safran Electronics & Defense set up a center of excellence in optronics and navigation to support Tawazun offset strategy. Located in IGG Advanced Industries in the Tawazun Industrial Park in Abu Dhabi, this center of excellence, with significant growth potential, will initially have more than 800 square meters (8,600 sq.ft) of floorspace, including cleanroom space. Vision for Optronics & Navigation will employ several dozen people, fully supporting the UAE government’s policy to localize highly skilled jobs. Through this new joint venture, the two partners will meet the needs of the United Arab Emirates MOD and the needs of others regional organizations. The United Arab Emirates will benefit from the know-how and advanced technology of Safran Electronics & Defense, in line with Abu Dhabi’s economic vision for the 2030s. This initiative by International Golden Group and Safran Electronics & Defense further enhances the strategic partnership between the United Arab Emirates and France.
22 Feb 23. Tawazun Council signed 9 deals, worth AED 5.7bn, with local and international companies on behalf of the Ministry of Defense, and two deals worth AED 134m on behalf of Abu Dhabi Police on the third day of the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) and the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX) 2023, bringing the total number contracts signed today to 11, with a total value of AED 5.8bn. This makes the cumulative value of the deals announced so far AED 18.44bn for 34 deals.
The announcement was made during a press conference held by Tawazun Council’s official Spokesmen Majed Ahmed Al Jaberi and Zayed Saeed Al Meraikhi.
Zayed Al Meraikhi said: “The total number of contracts Tawazun Council signed on behalf of the Ministry of Defense were 9 contracts with a total value of AED 5.7bn. They include 4 local companies, with a total value of AED 5.05bn, while the number of contracts signed with international companies has reached 5 contracts with a total value of AED 694m.
Al Meraikhi stated: “We will continue to work alongside the Ministry of Defense, security agencies, and Abu Dhabi Police.”
The biggest contract- worth AED 4 bn, was awarded to Earth, a subsidiary of Edge Group to develop tactical data link network. Another contract, worth AED 1bn, was signed with Edge Group’s subsidiary Halcon to procure Al Tariq system.
A contract worth AED 28m was signed with International Diving Trade to provide technical support to the boats workshop.
An AED 27m contract was signed with International Golden Group to procure scanning and monitoring devices.
Announcing the second day’s deals with international companies, Al Jaberi said: “Today, Tawazun Council – the UAE defense and security acquisitions authority for the Ministry of Defense, UAE Armed Forces, Security Agencies and Abu Dhabi Police is pleased to announce the contracts that was signed/ on behalf of the Ministry of Defense on the third day of IDEX and NAVDEX 2023. The Council manages the contractual, legal and financial aspects of procurement and the management of programs from rollout to completion.”
The international contracts announced today included two with France’s Thales, one is worth AED 176m to provide technical support for the GM-200 radars and the other is an AED 6m contract to provide technical support and training on CMS.
The other two signed contracts were an AED 407m contract with the French company Naval Group, to procure Anti-Torpedoes’ CANTO systems AND mu-90 torpedoes.
Also signed is an AED 68m contract with the US company Kaman to procure a proximity fuze and a contract worth AED 37m with Frequentis AG of Austria to develop operation center.
Al Jaberi detailed the two AED 134m deals signed on behalf of Abu Dhabi Police, including a contract worth AED 62m with Leonardo of Italy to procure AW139 Helicopter and an AED 72m contract with Nimr, a subsidiary of Edge Group, to procure Ajban vehicle 4X4.
21 Feb 23. EDGE and BAE to Explore Co-creation Opportunities Across the UAE’s Defence Industry. EDGE Group has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with BAE Systems, a global leader in advanced technology solutions, to explore potential collaboration and co-creation opportunities to enhance technologies and capabilities across the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Under the MoU announced at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX), the new strategic partnership will see both companies bring their collective expertise in cyber, maritime, air, and defence technologies in support of the UAE’s industrialisation ambitions to become a leading global hub for future defence and security solutions.
The MoU was signed by Mansour Almulla, Managing Director & CEO of EDGE and Gabby Costigan, Group Managing Director for Business Development, BAE Systems plc, in the presence of the UK’s Ambassador to the UAE Patrick Moody, Air Marshal Martin ‘Sammy’ Sampson CBE DSO, UK Defence Senior Advisor to the Middle East and North Africa (DSAME), Mark Goldsack, Director of the Department for International Trade for UK Defence and Security Exports, and Miles Chambers, EDGE’s Director of International Business Development, during a ceremony held at IDEX.
“We are pleased to sign this MoU which represents the first step in our long-term strategy for cooperation with BAE Systems, as a partner in some of our key programmes. Fostering strategic alliances is a key pillar of EDGE’s strategy, which will support our objectives of developing a local industrial base, strengthening the UAE’s sovereign capabilities, and enhancing the export potential of our products and solutions in line with the UAE Leadership’s mandate.”
Gabby Costigan, Group Managing Director for Business Development, BAE Systems plc said:
“Bringing together EDGE’s homegrown disruptive solutions with our extensive design, development, integration, manufacture, training and sustainment expertise, we’re excited about the potential of this new strategic collaboration to advance sovereign capabilities in the UAE. BAE Systems has been established in the UAE for 26 years and we continue to explore collaboration opportunities to strengthen the defence and security of the country.”
BAE Systems prides itself on working closely with local partners to support economic development by transferring knowledge, skills and technology, including in the Middle East where it has had a presence for more than 50 years. (Source: ASD Network)
20 Feb 23. AED 4.5b deals signed on day one of IDEX and NAVDEX 2023. Tawazun Council – the independent government entity that works closely with the Ministry of Defense and security agencies to maximize value through acquisition systems – announced signing of 11 deals with local and international companies on day one of the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) and the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX) 2023, cumulatively worth AED 4.5bn.
The two exhibitions commenced in Abu Dhabi today, and will continue until Friday 24 February.
Zayed Saeed Al Meraikhi, the official Spokesman of Tawazun Council, said the number of contracts signed by Tawazun Council on behalf of the Ministry of Defence with local companies has reached six contracts, totaling AED 2.3bn, while the number of contracts signed with international companies has reached five contracts, totaling AED 2.2bn.
Al Meraikhi said that Tawazun Council signed a contract worth AED 2.14bn with Halcon, a subsidiary of Edge Group, to procure Thunder P3 system and an AED 78 m contract with Maplin Marine Systems & Services to provide vessels’ technical support services.
Also signed were an AED 45m contract with Mohamed Abdulrahman Al-Bahar LLC to provide technical support services on caterpillar vehicles, a contract worth AED 26m with Atlas Telecom to procure SR Hawk radars and portable radars and a contract with Romco International to procure mine clearance system for AED 4m.
The sixth local contract was signed with Al Hamra Trades to procure and to provide maintenance services on inspection devices and explosives detectors. The contract value is AED 8m.
Majed Ahmed Al Jaberi, Official Spokesman of Tawazun Council, announced the contracts Tawazun Council has signed with international companies.
They include an AED 1.5 bn contract with the Indonesian company PT Pal for the procurement of multi-mission vessel. Another contract worth AED 421m was signed with Thales LAS of France for the procurement of GM403 radars.
Al Jaberi said the delas signed on Day 1 of the exhibition included an AED 202m contract with the US company Allant Techsystems to procure ammunition, an AED 92m contract with French company MBDA to provide missiles’ technical support services and an AED 3m contract with Germany’s Rhode & Schwartz to provide communication systems’ technical support.
“Thanks to our leadership’s vision, the announcement made by Tawazun Council, in partnership with the Ministry of Defense, represents a continuation of IDEX past successes,” Al Jaberi said.
Saeed Al Mansoori, CEO of Capital Events, a subsidiary of ADNEC Group, said this edition of IDEX and NAVDEX 2023 is the biggest since the launch of the event three decades ago.
21 Feb 23. UAE’s EDGE Group unveiled new unmanned and autonomous solutions with enhanced capabilities for application across air, land, and maritime domains on the opening day of the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX 2023).
The new breakthrough products and systems cover a wide range of missions, including tactical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), logistics support, and sophisticated combat operations.
Mansour Almulla, CEO and Managing Director of EDGE Group said:
“Today marks the culmination of extensive investment in industry-leading companies, innovation, and rapid product development to significantly expand our offerings and ensure our local and global customers can access the most cutting-edge solutions in the market. We are proud to debut a portfolio of ‘Made in the UAE’ autonomy-enabled solutions that will enable our customers to expand their reach to new heights and depths across multiple combat environments.”
“Strengthening sovereign capabilities and bringing globally competitive products to market are strategic priorities for EDGE, and launching 11 new solutions in this critical domain reflects our steadfast commitment to international security and prosperity.”
Providing a high-tech and autonomous means of carrying out a wide range of military operations, JENIAH is an unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) with a substantial payload, extended range, and capable of operating at high speed. Displayed alongside the UCAV is its Ground Control Station which is designed to monitor and command the system.
With an even higher payload of 500 kg and a maximum range of 360 km at a cruising speed of 120 km/h, AIRTRUCK is designed for strategic logistics support such as supplying troops in remote locations, medical evacuation, and reconnaissance. (Source: UAS VISION)
21 Feb 23. 34 international startups compete for the Best Innovative Company in Defence Sector Award during IDEX & NAVDEX.
In line with the UAE Innovates 2023, ADNEC Group, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, announced that 34 out of 83 startups participating in the IDEX Next Gen event at IDEX & NAVDEX 2023 have been selected to take part in the ‘Best Innovative Company in Defence Sector Award’ competition. The Award competition will be held for the first time as part of IDEX & NAVDEX exhibitions, which will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, until 24 February 2023 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
The Award was launched to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation among startups in the defence and military industries sector, and provide them with the opportunity to showcase their advanced solutions, systems, and technologies which play a vital role in the development of defence industries on a global level.
The Award competition involves four main stages. During the first stage, the 35 out of 83 startups from 25 countries were selected to showcase their innovations to a panel of judges. In the second stage, 10 startups will be shortlisted, then the top three startups will compete to only have one of them selected as the ‘Best Innovative Company in Defence Sector’.
Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and CEO of ADNEC Group, said: “Innovation is the cornerstone of all the programs and activities undertaken by the Group’s six business sectors. These activities come as part of our efforts to achieve sustainable growth in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in all economic and social sectors.”
“The launch of this award during UAE Innovates 2023 contributes to consolidating the UAE and Abu Dhabi’s position as global centres for innovation. The Award will serve as a special addition to increase the competitiveness of IDEX & NAVDEX exhibitions and establish the event’s position as a global platform for shaping the future of the sector. It will also provide an opportunity to benefit from the best startup’s expertise to provide the sector with innovative defence solutions, technologies, and equipment,” he added.
A panel of judges consisting of some of the most prominent international experts will evaluate the startups’ innovations, with the first-place winner being honoured and receiving a commemorative plaque. The winner will also have the opportunity to participate in the next edition of IDEX.
IDEX Next Gen provides a platform for companies to present ideas, products, and work strategies, as well as showcase the latest defence innovations, solutions, and technologies to some of the most important leaders, decision-makers, official delegations, and major international companies in the defence sector.
21 Feb 23. Tawazun Council – the independent government entity that works closely with the Ministry of Defense, security agencies and Abu Dhabi Police, to maximize value through acquisition systems – announced signing 12 deals, worth AED 8.14bn, with local and international companies on the second day of the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) and the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX) 2023.
The cumulative value of deals signed at IDEX and NAVDEX 2023 is now AED 12.64bn.
The announcement was made during a press conference held by Tawazun Council’s official spokesmen Majed Ahmed Al Jaberi and Zayed Saeed Al Meraikhi.
Zayed Saeed Al Meraikhi said: “The number of contracts signed with local companies has reached 8, with a total value of AED 7.6bn, while the number of contracts signed with international companies has reached 4, with a total value of AED 543m.
The biggest contract- worth AED 4.7bn, was awarded to Halcon, a subsidiary of Edge Group to procure Desert Sting P5 system. Also signed with Halcon is an AED 1.1bn contract to procure Hunter systems.
A contract worth AED 1.33bn was signed with ADASI, a subsidiary of Edge Group, to procure Shadow system.
Other announced deals with local companies included two contracts with Trust International Group, the first, worth AED 179m to procure Minimi machine gun and the second, worth AED 20m to procure 7.62 mm machine gun.
An AED 175m contract was signed with ADSB, a subsidiary of Edge Group, to procure rescue boats and an AED 40m contract with International Golden Group to procure telecom systems.
Also signed is an AED 20 m contract with Marakeb to develop Golden Unit of multi-mission unmanned boat.
Announcing the second day’s deals with international companies, Al Jaberi said: “Tawazun Council is a government entity that works closely with the Ministry of Defense, the security agencies and the Abu Dhabi Police – is pleased to announce the contracts that were signed/ on behalf of the Ministry of Defense on the second day of IDEX and NAVDEX 2023.”
The international contracts announced today included two with France’s Thales Six, one is worth AED 316m to develop and support ground station radio and the other is an AED 159m contract to procure CMS systems.
The other two signed contracts were an AED 57m contract with the German company Rheinmetall, to provide technical support for engagement simulation and an AED 11m contract with the US company Harris International to procure telecom systems and intercom units.
17 Feb 23. C-UAS, loitering munitions and rapid-fire-support assets for ground troops, are high demand areas that have been pointedly highlighted for critical focus by recent conflicts. As an agile company Milanion has responded with a range of cutting-edge solutions showcased at IDEX 2023.
With the growing demand for intelligent automated and autonomous solutions gaining pace in the tri-service defence sector, interest in Milanion’s offerings has spiked in recent months. Solutions being showcased on their stand at IDEX 2023 are:
- Alakran ‘S’- the original, time-tested and combat-proven Alakran has elevated its status as the world’s lightest mobile mortar system providing even more versatility. Installed on the multi-terrain Polaris RZR, the system sets a precedent for extreme firepower, agility and unrivalled handling to take on the most hostile and dynamic environments.
- WarbleFly loitering munition multi-launch system – the high precision multi-operational loitering munition system with a scalable 4 to 8 loitering munition payload, installed on the AGEMA UGV, ready for unmanned operations controlled by a single operator.
- AGEMA SKYLOCK C-UAS – the seamless pairing of the technologically advanced AGEMA UGV and SKYLOCK C-UAS provides a powerful, amphibious, and all-terrain solution for protecting against unauthorised drone threats.
Milanion Vice President of Sales, Mitesh Purohit said “IDEX 2023 is an important event for Milanion to showcase cutting-edge technologies that are in-demand, battle-ready and combat-proven. We work with our customers to deliver targeted solutions for real-world operational challenges.”
Milanion will be showcasing the newly developed solutions through the duration of the show and are expecting high interest levels with a slew of international delegation visits lined up. (Source: joint-forces.com)
13 Feb 23. RT LTA Systems Ltd. – a world-class designer, developer, and manufacturer of the SkyStar family of aerostats for use in intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and communications applications – will present for the first time at IDEX its SkyStar aerostat systems for the protection of borders and strategic and sensitive facilities. The systems, which are used for intelligence and information gathering, can carry a variety of payloads, and provide solutions for a wide range of defence and security missions.
The aerostats can be operated in all weather conditions, with a wind limit of 40 knots, for up to three days with only a 20-minute re-inflation break between deployments. Requiring minimal crew, the high-mobility systems have a very small logistical footprint. SkyStar aerostat systems can be equipped with any payload, including Electro-Optic, Radio, Cellular, SIGINT, Early Warning, and many other types of sensors. RT will tailor a mobile tactical system to your needs and will ensure full reliability at the most cost-effective price for purchase and deployment.
The CEO of the company, Mr. Rami Shmueli, said, “We are happy about the opportunity to present our systems for the first time at this important exhibition. During our many years of experience in the field, our systems have accumulated more than four m operational hours at locations around the world. The ability of our aerostats to carry a wide range of payloads enables our customers to support the protection of borders and sensitive strategic facilities, as well as search and rescue missions.”
20 Feb 23. Major supplier of the French Army and partner to several governmental forces in the Middle East, Arquus (formerly known as Renault Trucks Defense, ACMAT and Panhard) exhibited at IDEX 2023 trade show in Abu Dhabi. On the occasion, Arquus is proudly presenting its Fortress Mk2 APC in an anti-tank configuration, as well as its new VBL Mk3 light armored vehicle, both presented in this press file. Arquus also presents a VBL Ultima, the latest standard for the famous Panhard VBL, developed for the French Army, and which could be offered to current VBL club members worldwide. Arquus will also be discussing international cooperation with its industrial partners in the Gulf region. To illustrate these partnerships, several other vehicles are presented on other booths, also listed in this document. Such vehicles include the 6×6 Jaguar combat vehicle, developed with Nexter and Thales Expert of land mobility solutions, Arquus also offers 4×4, 6×6 and 8×8 vehicles for all missions, as well as a complete range of drivelines and other components. Press and Media relations IDEX 2023 4 www.arquus-defense.com Thanks to its R&D centers and support from the Volvo Group, the company has developed numerous innovations on own equity. These innovations include the fields of energy, architecture and automation. To optimize the uptime of its vehicles, Arquus is able to offer innovative tools like HUMS, virtual reality training or additive manufacturing. Arquus offers a range of innovative associated services, including the supply of spare parts, a range of maintenance services, specific financing solutions and training. Support is a mainstay of Arquus philosophy. Providing in-service vehicle support for its customers’ armored vehicles is a priority for Arquus whose offering covers all their requirements during their whole lifecycle.
20 Feb 23. General Robotics, Israel’s leader in Light Weight RCWS Systems and tactical robotics, highlights advanced integrations of the company’s systems over platforms from several manufacturers. The systems are displayed by several leading integrators participating in the IDEX defense exhibition and NAVDEX naval expo opening today in Abu Dhabi.
SHARK – Naval Light & Smart RCWS
On display is the SHARK, a remotely controlled weapon system (RCWS) mounting an M2HB .50 machine gun. SHARK is installed over the 170M DETECTOR, an autonomous vessel developed by the ADSB company and IAI. (Stand 05-A05)
Built as a rugged, robust, seaworthy system, it is versatile enough to operate remotely on a cluttered deck, scoring direct hits at a sea state up to 3, where the platform and targets constantly move. With SHARK onboard, operators can benefit from advanced automation, stabilization, and platform integration functions such as the intuitive ‘Point & Shoot™ technology’. The AI-driven fire control runs a target prediction algorithm (TPA) to align the projectile’s path and the target’s expected location and points the weapon in that direction. Only then is a burst fired. This technique has demonstrated a hit accuracy of over 80 percent.
The latest version of the PITBULL lightweight RCWS is shown in two configurations. One is shown by the Abu Dhabi company EDT, mounted on Plasan’s ATEMM, a ground robotic vehicle that can be deployed as an unattended weapon system. The ATEMM on display carries a stack of loitering weapons, self-protected by General Robotics’ PITBULL RCWS mounting the .50 CAL H2MG. (Stand 11-C07). The PITBULL is also displayed with the new MG338 at Sig Sauer’s Stand 02-B14.
The teamwork of two operational robotic systems developed by General Robotics is also explored. DOGO, a small tracked armed reconnaissance robot optimized for operations indoors, is now geared to work with Chameleon as a marsupial robot carried on DOGO’s back or thrown up to a higher floor or roof to enhance situational awareness and extend communications link. DOGO and CHAMELEON are on display at International Golden Group (IGG) at Stand 04-C20
PITBULL Anti Drone
Another version of PITBULL highlights the system’s anti-drone capabilities. PITBULL can be equipped with electronic effectors from D-FEND Solutions or Droneshield for soft-kill or employ a firearm with its sophisticated automatic target recognition, tracking, and advanced target prediction capabilities for hard kill. Resource Industries (Booth CP-050) shows the PITBULL Anti-Drone in this configuration.
About General Robotics
Engaged in the development and manufacturing of Light & Smart RCWS systems, General Robotics systems are designed to meet the operational needs of Armies, Navies, Air-Force, and Special Operation forces. We deliver high-end systems with simple operating interfaces to increase the survivability of all operational units. Our motto is “Extreme Capabilities, Simple Operation™.”
20 Feb 23. At this year’s IDEX, taking place from February 20 to 24, 2023, in Abu Dhabi, UAE, the Rohde & Schwarz booth (hall 8, booth C32) is showcasing enhanced situational awareness with COMINT/CESM solutions, naval communications systems, efficient sensor fusion and SIGINT solutions, and trusted IT security and test and measurement systems.
The trusted communications and intelligence solutions provided by Rohde & Schwarz provide information superiority and ensure situational awareness in operational scenarios. The company’s products and systems are supported by uncompromising service that ensures lifecycle support within and outside the Gulf region.
Rohde & Schwarz supports recon missions by providing scalable intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems for various platforms. Exchangeable sensor subsystems are available for these platforms, for manual and automatic COMINT as well as ESM operations.
Rohde & Schwarz naval VHF/UHF secure communications systems feature high data transfer rates, ad hoc creation of multipoint links for vessels and external high-power HF communications for ship-to-shore communications.
Redefining the decision-making process with unrivalled efficiency for SIGINT and sensor fusion, Schönhofer Sales and Engineering GmbH (SSE), a Rohde & Schwarz company, presents the leading solution for turning raw data into actionable and tangible knowledge.
Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity protects military and government organizations worldwide against espionage and cyberattacks.
As a recognized industry partner, Rohde & Schwarz provides market-leading test and measurement solutions for radar, electronic warfare, satellite, navigation, guidance, communications and radiomonitoring systems.