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Two technologies, flax fiber composites and 3D glasses for tactical tables, are on display.
With development trials completed, the Meteor missile is on course to enter service on the Saab Gripen in 2016.
Sagem and French defense services agency DCI will jointly offer Diamond twins and Patroller UAVs outfitted with Sagem's surveillance equipment
Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman announce partners, joining Boeing as bidders for new radar surveillance jets.
The field of potential contenders has been adjusted as industry awaits a formal request for proposals.
The joint venture said it will show the light attack jet to multiple European air forces on its current visit.
Having recently acquired Exelis, Harris Corporation is working hard to bring a new electronic warfare capability to market
Israeli company leverages electro-optical expertise for sensor-to-shooter engagement that does not rely on GPS.
IAI’s Elta division has developed a UHF radar building block that can be used singly for mobile applications.
Wasteful international competition continues between the Eurofighter, Gripen and Rafale