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Korea Air KUS-LW Loyal Wingman concept.

DX Korea 2022: Korean Air reveals latest UCAV capabilities

Korean Air took the opportunity at the 2022 edition of the DX Korea land forces exhibition being held in Goyang from 21-25 September to...
Hermes 900 MALE UAV. (Elbit Systems)

Thai Navy gets UAV boost

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has quietly emerged as one of the leading unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operators in the Asia Pacific region, having...
ViDAR VMS-5

Sentient global growth strategy and blue-chip partnerships demonstrate significant appetite for...

– Sentient Vision Systems’ roll out of award- winning sensor software products and announcements of contract awards across the maritime domain place the...
Fighters such as the F-16 and F-15 have been equipped with Collins DB-110 dual-band pod for many years.

Looking Further, Looking Wider

Improvements to reconnaissance pods for fighters and other aircraft are yielding yet more intelligence information that can be quickly analysed and acted upon. Without the...
NGC-RQ-4B

Northrop Grumman Completes Ferry Flight of Japan’s RQ-4B Global Hawk

Northrop Grumman Corporation successfully ferried the first of Japan’s three RQ-4B Global Hawks via a non-stop transpacific flight. The aircraft departed on Thursday, March...
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None Shall Pass

The counter-UAS business is growing fast with new partnerships flourishing, and military customers exploring options regarding the best use of the technology. First came unmanned...

SES to Enable the Next Generation of Military Networks with O3b...

In Asia-Pacific, the demand for airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) is growing, and a wide variety of platforms from manned to unmanned are...

Space V Airborne ISR – or Mix and Match

Owning satellite based ISR for military use is still an exclusive ‘club’, but airborne ISR still provides that most countries need. Until relatively recently, satellite-based...
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RAN Melds Unmanned Systems Into New Model Navy

The Royal Australian Navy’s new strategy for developing unmanned surface and sub-surface systems delivers both capability and capacity to support the navy’s new fleet. Navies...
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Philippine Navy chief emphasizes submarine priority for defence force

The Chief of the Philippine Navy, Vice Admiral Giovanni Carlo Bacordo, reiterated the service’s requirement for a submarine force in remarks made to the...

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