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Multiple Aperture Infra-Red system showcased in first test flight - News

September 05, 2019
ITALY. Leonardo has conducted the first test flight of its Multiple Aperture Infra-Red (MAIR) system, which provides crews with spherical missile warning, Hostile Fire Indication (HFI), day and night imaging and Infra-Red Search, and Track (IRST) functionality.

Hardware contract for U.S. Navy and FMS customers signed with Leonardo DRS - News

September 04, 2019
ARLINGTON, Va. Leonardo DRS has won a contract with the U.S. Navy for the development, integration, and production of hardware solutions for various Navy platforms.

NATO extends Leonardo contract to continue cyber detection, management capabilities - News

February 15, 2019
ROME. NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) officials signed the NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC) Cyber Security Support Services (CSSS) contract with Leonardo to continue to deliver cyber-incident detection and management capabilities.

Missile-warning and protection system passes international live trials, companies say - News

October 12, 2018
ROME and PARIS. Leonardo and Thales revealed that their end-to-end missile-warning and protection system has been proven highly effective in recent live-fire scenarios, demonstrating the system?s ability to quickly defend against incoming missiles.

U.K. Ministry of Defence selects Leonardo for pre-flight threat simulation support contract - News

July 03, 2018
ROME, Italy. The U.K. Ministry of Defence (MOD) selected Leonardo for a sustainment contract to deliver in-service support for its pre-flight threat simulation equipment, currently being used on the Typhoon, Tornado, Merlin, Wildcat, Chinook and C130J platforms. The contract will run over a five year period from 2018 until 2022.

Connected naval gun tests successfully for protection from cybersabotage - News

March 16, 2018
ROME. Defense and security company Leonardo announced that its OTO 76/62 Super Rapid (SR) naval gun has been successfully run through an extensive vulnerability assessment campaign, thereby ensuring that the gun will be resilient to cyberattacks in the future.

RAF to add threat-simulation hardware to A400M aircraft - News

November 13, 2017
LONDON. Defense and security firm Leonardo has signed a contract with Britain's Ministry of Defense to provide equipment that will simulate radar threats to the Royal Air Force (RAF) new A400M transport aircraft prior to takeoff.