AgustaWestland at MSPO 2013 with AW149 multipurpose helicopter and SW-4 Solo RUAS OPH 0309132
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International Defence Industry Exhibition
2 - 5 September 2013
Agusta Westland SW-4 Solo and AW149 at MSPO 2013
|Tuesday, September 3, 2013 09:29 PM|
|AgustaWestland at MSPO 2013 with AW149 multipurpose helicopter and SW-4 Solo RUAS/OPH.|
AgustaWestland attends MSPO 2013 through the Polish company PZL-Swidnik, exhibiting the state-of-the-art AW149 multipurpose military twin engine helicopter and the SW-4 Solo RUAS/OPH (Rotorcraft Unmanned Air System/Optionally Piloted Helicopter) on static display.
AgustaWestland SW-4 Solo RUAS/OPH (Rotorcraft Unmanned Air System/Optionally Piloted Helicopter) at MSPO 2013, the International Defense Industry Exhibition in Kielce, Poland.
The SW-4 Solo RUAS/OPH, the result of a close collaboration between PZL-Swidnik and AgustaWestland, is one of the most advanced achievements of aviation technology in recent years. Based on the proven SW-4 light single engine helicopter, the SW-4 Solo RUAS/OPH has been designed for both unmanned and piloted operations, providing users with maximum operational flexibility.
AgustaWestland AW149 multipurpose military twin engine helicopter at MSPO 2013.
The AW149 is the only new generation helicopter in its category in decades, able to meet the most stringent requirements of modern battlefield operations, featuring outstanding performance, mission technology, flexibility, cabin space and through-life cycle cost/effectiveness.
With a rugged construction incorporating crashworthy features, such as up to eighteen crashworthy troop seats and excellent access and egress, the AW149 maximises survivability. Twin engines ensure high performance in hot and high conditions. A 4-axis auto-pilot and advanced latest generation avionics system serves to minimise crew work load. The aircraft can also be configured to carry a variety of weapons and stores on external carriers.
PZL-Swidnik is offering the AW149 helicopter in the tender for the supply of 70 multi-role aircraft to the Polish Armed Forces.