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Two Israeli companies, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Elbit Systems are set to unveil new UAVs at the upcoming Paris Airshow 2019. The UAVs making their debut at the airshow are T-Heron and Hermes-45 tactical drones respectively. The new UAVs join an ever expanding unmanned systems portfolio of these two companies.
Armed forces of the future could be using rapid response aircraft equipped with engines capable of propelling those aircraft to hypersonic speeds - similar to the Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE) which is currently being developed by Reaction Engines Limited, a small British company in which BAE Systems has invested £20.6 million.
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