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HENSOLDT Sensors GmbH (Germany)
Contact details
Address Worthstrasse 85, D-89077 Ulm, Germany
Telephone +49 731 392 0
Email info@hensoldt.net
Web www.hensoldt.net
Association memberships BDLI
Subsidiaries Euroavionics Navigationssysteme GmbH (Acquired August 2017)
Client aircraft programs
Airbus A400M   Analysis Onboard Computers: Digital map generator system; mission management computer; defensive aid computer
Eurofighter Typhoon   Analysis Onboard Computers: Electronic core components
Viking Twin Otter Series 400   Analysis Weapons Countermeasures: Argos EO/IR imaging turret, multi-spectral HDTV camera, mega- pixel HD Thermal imager, laser range finder, multi-mode auto tracker, and Remote Image Bus (RIB) video feed for display on the cockpit MFD or crew workstation (Guardian 400)
Sectors Categories
Flight and Data Management Flight Recorders , Onboard Computers
Indicators and Instruments Moving Maps
Weapons Systems Interceptor Fire Control Radar , Weapons Countermeasures
Company press releases
HENSOLDT acquires NEXEYA activities  October 7, 2019
HENSOLDT collision warning radar for UAVs well protected  June 26, 2019
HENSOLDT's 'Kalaetron Integral' – the future of signals intelligence  June 17, 2019
HENSOLDT to acquire major parts of Nexeya activities  April 12, 2019
HENSOLDT launches a flight data recorder for light aircraft, small helicopters and UAVs  April 8, 2019
Successful flight tests with HENSOLDT's collision warning radar for UAVs  January 16, 2019
HENSOLDT finalizes separation from Airbus  September 27, 2018
HENSOLDT takes over aircraft electronics provider EuroAvionics  August 17, 2017
Sensors from Cassidian to protect Korean Utility Helicopters  July 13, 2011
EADS Defence & Security: successful flight acceptance of digital map generator  June 23, 2009

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Other relevant press releases
Airbus and its partners unveil details of new Eurofighter ECR concept  November 12, 2019
In-flight avoidance systems – sensors replace pilots  September 30, 2019
Safran teams up with Hensoldt and Mades on Electro-Optical/Infrared platform project for Europe's future MALE drone  June 19, 2019
Viking launches world demonstration tour for Guardian 400 special mission aircraft at Paris International Airshow  June 17, 2019
NEXEYA refocus its development on space and creates the company HEMERIA  April 15, 2019
Goodrich TERPROM Terrain Referenced Navigation to equip Airbus A400M  June 20, 2011
Northrop Grumman to supply high accuracy inertial measurement units for Eurofighter Typhoon Tranche 3A  August 20, 2010
Northrop Grumman and EADS Defence & Security's Euro Hawk(R) unmanned aircraft completes successful first flight  June 30, 2010
NGC and EADS DS unveil 1st Euro Hawk UAS  October 9, 2009
Northrop Grumman completes structural assembly of the first Euro Hawk(r) unmanned aircraft for Germany  July 31, 2009
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