Safran Electronics & Defense Australasia inaugurates new facility in presence of the Australian Minister of Defence
Botany - Australia, November 6th 2018
The Australian Minister for Defence, the Honourable Christopher Pyne, the CEO of Safran Electronics & Defense, Martin Sion, and the CEO and General delegate of Safran Pacific, Alexis de Pelleport, opened the new Safran Electronics & Defense Australasia (SEDA) facility in Botany on the 6th of November 2018. The opening marks an important milestone in the company's history in the region and its commitment to developing Australian Defence Industry capability.
Pascal DEBERGÉCommunicationSafran Electronics & Defense+33 1 55 60 41 38
Raytheon and Safran to collaborate on next-gen sighting systems for combat vehicles
Eurosatory - June 13, 2018
Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), Safran Electronics & Defense and Safran Optics 1 have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the next-generation of combat vehicle sighting systems.
100th Precision Azimuth Vertical Angle Module (PAVAM) delivered by Safran
Eurosatory 2018, Paris-Nord Villepinte, June 14, 2018
Safran Optics 1 announces delivery of the 100th Precision Azimuth Vertical Angle Module (PAVAM) to a US system integrator.
Safran plays major role in OCEAN2020 project, chosen by European Commission for the PADR defense research program
Boulogne-Billancourt, February 7, 2018
Safran is one of the main participants in the OCEAN2020 consortium, which won a major contract as part of the European Commission's 2017 Preparatory Action on Defence Research (PADR) initiative.
This European Commission's OCEAN2020 project, with 35 million euros in funding, aims to develop a technology demonstrator that will validate the concept of deploying a complete array of drone systems (air, surface and submarine) for surveillance in a maritime environment.
Capucine de COURREGESCommunicationSafran Electronics & DefenseT +33 (0)1 55 60 41 38
Safran’s navigation system chosen for Dutch submarine modernization
Boulogne-Billancourt, February 1, 2018
Following an international bidding process, Safran's integrated inertial navigation system (including Sigma 40 inertial navigation units and the associated computers) was chosen to modernize the Royal Netherlands Navy's Walrus class submarines.
Capucine de COURREGESCommunicationSafran Electronics & Defense+33 (0)1 55 60 41 38
eRider, a robotic vehicle suited to all missions
- 1 / 8