Thanks to Sentinel-2B, the latest satellite launched into orbit as part of Copernicus, the European satellite observation programme that gives Europe the ability to identify and manage information on the state of the Earth's health; it will be possible to obtain the most detailed images ever captured of the Earth's vegetation.
Leonardo was the first to introduce a Family of products sharing the latest technology as well as a range of features for the benefit of our customers.
Over 30 AW189 helicopters, have accumulated 21,000 total flight hours, of which 6,000 hours achieved by two aircraft in offshore configuration, flying in the North Sea in cold and ice conditions.
The first C-27J was delivered to the RAAF in late June 2015 and there are currently four aircraft in service in Australia.
In the last 30 years, along with the development of the global economy, the sea has been a major strategic channel for the transport of raw materials and the exploitation of energy resources.
Virtual reality took shape for the first time in an extraordinary prototype with a suggestive name: Sensorama.
For more than sixty years, since the times of Agusta, Leonardo Helicopters has been developing courses for helicopter operators from around the world.