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May 2008 edition

Dassault chooses Wind River operating system

Wind River is the latest company to join the nEUROn Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle demonstrator project by installing its 653 operating system.

Dassault Aviation heads the project alongside five European partners:

Alenia will contribute an internal weapon bay, the bay doors and their mechanisms, as well as the design and development of the electrical power and distribution system, the air data system and the ground and flight tests.

Saab is entrusted with the general design, the equipped fuselage, avionics, fuel system and part of the flight testing.

Hellenic Aerospace Industry is responsible for the rear fuselage, exhaust pipe and test rig.

EADS (Spain) will focus on the wings, ground statio....

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