Leonardo has announced sales this year of over 150 units of its ‘Linaps' artillery pointing system and over 100 FIN 3120 Inertial Navigation Units (INU), worth together more than 50M Euros, signalling a sustained level of interest in the company's artillery airming systems.
New technologies across competitiveness, sustainability among winning projects of 2017 Innovation Award
With the goal of investing in youth and research, rewarding the ideas and creativity of scholars and Leonardo employees, and an opportunity to highlight the promotion of STEM activities, Leonardo announces the 13th annual presentation of its Innovation Awards
Leonardo to provide Information Management software for Royal Australian Navy Collins-class submarines
Leonardo has been awarded a contract by the Commonwealth of Australia's Department of Defence to deliver Information Management software to six Collins-class submarines operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The contract, called ‘Submarine Communication Information Exchange Management' (SCIEM), is part of Australia's Project SEA1439 Phase 5B2 upgrade programme.
Leonardo chosen by the European Space Agency as cyber security partner for the Galileo navigation system
Today at the Cybertech Europe conference in Rome, Leonardo announced that the company has been chosen by the European Space Agency (ESA) to conduct a study into the management of data security for the Galileo European navigation satellite programme
Leonardo-led team to demo ‘active armour' to protect British Army vehicles and their crews against current and future weapons
Leonardo and Thales to demonstrate their next generation Threat Warner and Directed Infra-Red Counter Measure protection system with the UK Ministry of Defence
Leonardo Teams with Discovery Air Defence and Inzpire to Deliver a Solution for Air Support to Defence Operational Training Programme for the British Armed Forces
Leonardo has signed a contract with RUAG Aviation, original equipment manufacturer and type certificate holder of the Dornier 228 aircraft, to provide its Seaspray 5000E Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars for the two new production model Dornier 228 multirole aircraft, recently ordered by the Bangladesh Navy. The new aircraft will be used to help monitor and protect Bangladesh's 120,000 square kilometres of maritime territorial area and exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The radars will be delivered in 2018.