Experimental Unit to Investigate Use of UAS at Sea

Company Commits to Deliver Prototypes for Integration and Test

Soft Kill Drone Jammer for Use with Hard Kill RWS

Next-Generation Capability Delivered Through Fully Integrated Solutions

Five-Year, $454 Million Contract Largest in WESCAM History

Highly Capable Long-Endurance Platform

Programmes for the US Army’s Readiness Recovery

”Ideal for Securing the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games”

Combining power & fibre optic cables with durable, lighter-weight materials in a hybrid solution

$13 Million for Support Through 2023

Designed to Launch 500kg UAS at 37m/s

Exploits Synergies for German Armed Forces and International Customers

One module viewed by MONCh was the GHOUL Tool Full Spectrum handheld (with MONCh’s US correspondent Marty Kauchak, above), which the corporate leader described as “lightweight (less than 5lbs [2.3kg]), single-switch operation and set up for single-handed operation, which in theory, would allow the deployed serviced member to keep and use their rifle, and defeat a drone at the same time.” (Photo: Invisible Interdiction)

The Defence Community Meets Invisible Interdiction’s GHOUL Tool Product Line

Acquisition Strengthens Group Maritime Capabilities

USMC MDM2018 modern day marine MUX is envisioned as a ship-based, extended range, long endurance, and multi-mission UAS, according to a notice posted on Federal Business Opportunities. The USMC expects to pursue MUX under a rapid acquisition, leading to an accelerated fielding of capability. An early operational capability is desired by fiscal year 2025 for a long-based vertical take-off and landing (LBVTOL) configuration with limited capability for military utility assessments.

MAGTF Unmanned Aerial System Expeditionary - MUX

Important Step for Future Growth

Innovative Solutions to Issues of Persistence

Details emerging from last week’s submission of the 2019 defence budget request to the Legislative Yuan (Taiwan’s single-chamber parliament) indicate apparent plans to use fleets of reconnaissance and armed drones to patrol the island nation’s coastlines, local press reports reveal. MONCh understands the drones in question will probably be the TENGYUNG UAS, developed by the Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST). T

2019 Budget Request Envisions TENGYUN UAS and UCAVs

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