Austria's Schiebel will deliver 700 units of the AN-19/2 Mine Detecting Set under a contract with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA).
AN-19/2 mine detectors are used for both humanitarian and military purposes, the company announced Wednesday.
The AN-19/2 Mine Detecting Set, suitable for fast, accurate demining in all climates and terrains, has served as the standard detector for numerous armies, including most NATO countries.
Due to its modular design it provides maximum flexibility to the user as well as ease of maintenance.
Schiebels Unmanned Air System (UAS) Camcopter S-100 performed flight trials to the Norwegian Coastguard, Navy, Airforce, Coastal Administration, Police Directorate as well as other authorities during demanding trials at Andøya Test Center (ATC). During the event held in Northern Norway, approximately 300 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle, the CAMCOPTER S-100 performed a series of challenging demonstration flights in the second week of May, the company announced Tuesday
Schiebel and Patria have been working together to integrate Patrias sophisticated Compact Airborne Networking Data Link (CANDL) communication network onto the Camcopter S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS). The two European companies joint effort is the first step of an ongoing program of work examining how the CAMCOPTER S-100 can be deployed to directly support manned helicopter operations, the Austrian company announced today
Schiebel has won a contract from Royal Australian Navy to supply CAMCOPTER S-100 System and three years of follow-on Contractor Logistics Support. The Royal Australian Navy released an international Request for Tender (RfT) in late February 2016 for a UAS capability, the company announced today
Austria's Schiebel has strengthened its teaming agreement with Diehl Defense recently to continue bidding Camcopter rotary-wing unmanned air vehicle to the German navy. The renewal of the teaming agreement is the result of the longstanding cooperation between Diehl Defence and Schiebel
The 28-member European Union spent €200 billion ($222 billion) on defence in 2016, the same figure as in 2015, Eurostat announced Friday. The EU, most of whose members share NATO membership with the United States are under pressure from Washington to increase military spending and buy more American arms
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