Kenya

We customize and deliver advanced technological solutions and services to more than 20 Countries in the African continent and Indian Ocean region.

A major partner in the Aerospace, Defense and Security markets

A major partner in the Aerospace, Defense and Security markets

Our 30-year continuous focus on the local operational needs bred several achievements from Northern Africa to the majority of Sub-saharan countries, spanning from all type of helicopters to the most recent C27J military transport aircraft for the Kenya Air Force, from the naval combat system to the air defense and communications systems, from the ATR commercial aircraft and space systems to the new generation air navigation systems, and air traffic management.

Where we are

Nairobi

Our wholly-owned subsidiary in Africa is based in Nairobi, Kenya.
The 10,000 sqft facility located in Watermark, Karen is home to our Local Project Management Office, Civil Works Design and System Integration Department, MRO Labs, and Field Engineering team.

Contacts

Mrs. Faith Wang’ombe

Leonardo Technologies &Services Limited

Watermark Business Park, Ndege Road, P.O Box 2015 – 00502 Karen – Nairobi
T/F:  +254 79931 9940
E: LTS@leonardocompany.co.ke

 

The solutions & Services we presently deliver

Air Traffic Management

We deliver and maintain CNS/ATM to help ANSP to ensure the safe and efficient management of the fast growing air traffic in Africa.

Civil infrastructure security

Our custom security platform and secure communications framework integrates different sensors and systems to provide a complete situation awareness and decision tool to secure critical civil infrastructure.

Naval Systems

We support naval forces with qualified C2 capability and weapon systems management and network communications.

C27J military transport aircraft

It is operated by a number of African countries and has been ordered by some other air forces. 

Space

We have sensors on board the main Earth Observation, Navigation and Space science missions such as COSMO-SkyMed, MetOp, METEOSAT Second Generation, Galileo, Rosetta and ExoMars.