HENSOLDT, the leading independent sensor house, will present its broad range of sensor technologies at Singapore Airshow 2018 to be held 6 - 11 February 2018.
HENSOLDT has been formed from the security and defence electronics activities of Airbus and develops innovative products for reconnaissance and intelligence, the protection of soldiers and information superiority.
“As a sensor solutions provider we make the most of the fusion of different sensor technologies to give our customers superior situation awareness,” explained HENSOLDT CEO Thomas Müller.
“Gathering reliable information over the whole signal spectrum is at the basis of sound decision making and finally protecting our citizens’ lives,” he added.
At Singapore Airshow, HENSOLDT will present its latest developments in the area of radar, electronic warfare, optronics and situational awareness. The company displays its next-generation airport surveillance radar ASR NG, the most powerful sensor for military and civil air traffic control. HENSOLDT supplies customers all over the world with air traffic control and identification systems for military and civilian applications.
The company received orders for a complete approach control system for the Swiss Air Force as well as for different versions of the ASR to be supplied to Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), UK, Australia and Canada. Excellent detection capabilities demonstrate the TRML-3D mobile air defence radar which is in service, among other countries, in Malaysia.
The protection of helicopters, wide-body and fighter aircraft is the main purpose of the portfolio of self-protection devices including the MILDS and MILDS F missile approach warners and the self-protection suite AMPS. The Xpeller counter-UAV system also on display is able to reliably detect small drones at various distances, thus protecting critical infrastructures, large events or military installations. The modular Xpeller product family includes various sensors such as radar, camera and radio frequency detectors as well as direction finders and jammers.
In the area of Optronics, HENSOLDT displays its ARGOS-II HD A1 multi-sensor system for airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions which can be fitted with High Definition (HD) infrared and daylight cameras as well as laser rangefinders and laser illuminators. On display is also the GOSHAWK II airborne observation system providing stabilised images from UAVs, light aircraft or helicopters.