IDEF 2021 Hensoldt presents defense solutions of radars – electronic warfare – avionics – optronics


Published on 08/21/2021 – Last Updated on 08/21/2021 by OTC

IDEF 2021 Hensoldt presents defense solutions of radars - electronic warfare - avionics - optronics

At IDEF 2021, an International defense exhibition in Turkey, the company Hensoldt a global leader in the defense industry presents its full range of innovative and customer-specific solutions in the field of radar, electronic warfare, avionics, and optronics. As a defense technology leader, Hensoldt expand its portfolio continuously to combat new battlefield threats in the fields of Land, Air, and Sea.

Summary of this video:

00:00 INTRO
00:15 PrecISR™, HENSOLDT’s new family of Airborne Multi-Mission Surveillance Radars, offers high performance in a compact design.
01:03 The ARGOS-II Airborne Observation System is designed for installation on helicopters, fixed wing aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles to provide ITAR Free surveillance (ISR) and targeting (ISTAR) capabilities for military, border and maritime patrol and law enforcement missions.
01:43 MILDs – Missile Launch Detection Sensors for rotary-wing and wide-body aircraft including NH-90, Tiger, UH-60, CH-47, C-130 and P-3.
02:26 HENSOLDT’s Xpeller counter-UAV system provides protection from the ever-increasing threat posed by over-the-counter drones, both in the military and the civil sector.
04:13 OUTRO

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