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HENSOLDT with new sensor solutions at the International Radar Symposium in Ulm

The sensor solutions provider HENSOLDT will present the latest developments in sensor technology at the International Radar Symposium  tomorrow in Ulm/Germany. In addition to a series of expert lectures, HENSOLDT will be represented there with its newly developed ‘Twinvis’ passive radar and a collision warning radar system for drones that recently …

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First HENSOLDT Award presented to South African team

HENSOLDT, the independent sensor solutions house, has presented its first award for an outstanding contribution to the company’s success to a team at GEW Technologies, Pretoria. The team with members Arthur Wood, Morné van Tonder, Stephen Scott,Mishack Sigasa and Ruben Janse van Rensburg were presented with the prestigious award during the annual HENSOLDT Leadership Team meeting held in Munich …

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HENSOLDT to acquire major parts of Nexeya activities

HENSOLDT has agreed to acquire the major part of the activities of Nexeya, Chatenay/France, a provider of services and electronics solutions for defence and commercial customers. The closing is expected after obtaining all necessary approvals in the third quarter of 2019. HENSOLDT will acquire Nexeya’s test and integration and services business as well as major parts …

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Successful flight tests with HENSOLDT’s collision warning radar for UAVs

The sensor solutions provider HENSOLDT has successfully concluded flight tests with its collision avoidance radar system for UAVs. This sensor is intended to improve safety in both military and civilian air traffic. HENSOLDT has developed a demonstrator of a so-called detect-and-avoid radar system, which uses the latest radar technology to …

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Hensoldt awards “Argus” prize to students

Hensoldt has awarded its “Argus” research prize to outstanding final theses by graduates in communications, information and electrical engineering as part of its cooperation with research institutions and universities. New findings in these specialist areas, Hensoldt’s technological focal points, are important, for example, for flight safety, earth observation and driver …

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