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AERTEC presents its aeronautical technology for military capabilities at EUROSATORY

From 17 to 21 June, Paris is hosting the latest edition of EUROSATORY, the global defence and security trade show, in which more than 1,700 companies from 60 countries will be taking part and over 60,000 professionals from all around the world are expected to attend. Now in its 55th year, this major international trade fair remains at the cutting edge, focused on “inventing responsible defence and security for tomorrow’s world”.

AERTEC showscases its UAS solution at EUROSATORY. The UAS’s weapons system feature laser ammunition and target designation, along with interoperability and multi-configuration.

As such, EUROSATORY, the foremost defence and security event in the world, will be attended by AERTEC, the global technology company that specialises in aeronautical technology for military capabilities. Its stand will be located in the Spanish hall, organised by TEDAE, the Spanish Association of Defence, Security, Aeronautics and Space Technologies.

At AERTEC’s stand, it will be exhibiting its largest and most advanced unmanned aerial system, the TARSIS-W, armed with two µASM A-Fox micro-missile launchers. These high-tech UAS are designed for observation, surveillance and light weapons integration applications, featuring fully proprietary technology developed by AERTEC, one of Europe’s leading companies in the field of innovation applied to unmanned aerial systems.

“EUROSATORY is the best possible stage on which to showcase the operational and technological maturity of our defence capabilities and to share our latest system developments with government bodies, agencies, companies and potential partners”, explained Pedro Becerra, Director of AERTEC’s Aerospace and Defence Division.

Some of these technologies have been developed by AERTEC within the projects that are part of the European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP), in which it provides its technology and expertise to support the European Union’s defence strategy. These include the TALOS project (PADR-2018), which is aimed at developing and demonstrating some of the most essential directed-energy laser weapon technologies, which will lay the ground for designing and building a high-power laser effector for the EU that is expected to be used in military applications by 2025. It is also worth highlighting the JEY-CUAS project to develop a joint system to combat the growing threat of unmanned aerial systems, the TARSIS in surveillance configuration, which is integrated with Command and Control (C2) and acts as an additional sensor to the JEY-CUAS system to provide situational awareness of the overall threat.

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