Cassidian will present entire range security solutions for aerospace Paris Air Show 2011 1106111

 

Paris Air Show le Bourget 2011
International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition
Paris - France

20 - 26 June 2011
 
Cassidian at Paris Air Show / Le Bourget 2011
 

Saturday, June 11, 2011, 09:47 AM

 
Cassidian will present it entire range of security solutions for aerospace at Paris Air Show 2011.
 
 
At its stand A253 in Hall 2A of the 49th International Paris Air Show, Cassidian will present its entire range of security solutions for the world of aerospace and the challenges of the future.
     

On the static display, CASSIDIAN will present: combat proven UAS with the DRAC presented by French Army servants who operated it in Afghanistan, videos presenting HARFANG last accomplishments and the future MALE TALARION with a scale 1 mock-up.
Talarion MALE UAS Unmanned Aerial System

     

Today’s increasingly open and globalised world calls for increasingly advanced solutions and security systems. As a leading global provider of security solutions and integrated security systems for the civil and military markets, Cassidian is already working on tomorrow's solutions and developing the technologies of the future, drawing on its key competencies in aerospace, security, defence and services. Innovation and excellence in technologies are CASSIDIAN key recipes for a sustainable lead in our businesses.

At the International Paris Air Show 2011, Cassidian will demonstrate its technological accomplishments through interactive, latest-generation 3D scenarios, staged in its Touch Lab, on the topics of Unmanned Aerial Systems, cyber security, services and air traffic control in the year 2025.

     
On the static display, CASSIDIAN will present: combat proven UAS with the DRAC presented by French Army servants who operated it in Afghanistan, videos presenting HARFANG last accomplishments and the future MALE TALARION with a scale 1 mock-up.
DRAC UAS Unmanned Aerial System French Army
     
Unmanned Aerial Systems
With 30 years’ experience as a system integrator, CASSIDIAN is expert in all aspects of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) from development to in-service support:

All UAS R&T and projects are managed by a unique programme organisation that allows cross-fertilisation between production systems and new projects
Experience throughout the life-cycle and the whole range of UAS
Outstanding innovation and mastery of international collaboration
Use of Battle-Lab to capture requirements, plus state-of-the-art development and support tools
Cassidian’s approach to Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is a global one: background knowledge of key technologies (e.g. aircraft design, precise navigation, flight software architecture, standardised interfaces, mission planning, etc. gained from decades of experience with manned air systems), used and adapted to meet the requirements of unmanned aerial systems operations (e.g. air traffic requirements, sensor control, air vehicle control), results in overall Unmanned Aerial Systems solutions.

On the static display, CASSIDIAN will present: combat proven UAS with the DRAC presented by French Army servants who operated it in Afghanistan, videos presenting HARFANG last accomplishments and the future MALE TALARION with a scale 1 mock-up.

     
At the Paris Air Show, Cassidian will demonstrate its experience in protecting highly sensitive and complex networks, and particularly in protecting critical national infrastructures. Indeed, in an increasingly computerised world, critical infrastructures can only operate to maximum effect if they are interconnected and interdependent. The failure of just one link in the chain can have consequences extending far beyond national borders. One of the challenges in the future will therefore be to protect these infrastructures. In its Touch Lab, using a 3D scenario to illustrate critical national infrastructures Cassidian will stage a cyber attack along with its proposed solutions for warding off such threats.
     
Cyber security
In 2009, given the growing number and diversity of cyber attacks, Cassidian established the Cyber Security Center staffed by experts based in France, the UK and Germany, in order to put in place the solutions needed to detect and combat these new threats. In order to better anticipate future attacks, these elite teams collaborate closely with the respective government authorities in numerous countries to intercept the threats. They are thus the key elements of international cooperation in the fight against cybercrime.

At the Paris Air Show, Cassidian will demonstrate its experience in protecting highly sensitive and complex networks, and particularly in protecting critical national infrastructures. Indeed, in an increasingly computerised world, critical infrastructures can only operate to maximum effect if they are interconnected and interdependent. The failure of just one link in the chain can have consequences extending far beyond national borders. One of the challenges in the future will therefore be to protect these infrastructures. In its Touch Lab, using a 3D scenario to illustrate critical national infrastructures Cassidian will stage a cyber attack along with its proposed solutions for warding off such threats.

     
Cassidian Aviation Training Services (CATS, formerly EADS Cognac Aviation Training Services) was founded in 2006 and has since become France’s leading outsourced operator from a technical point of view, providing the French Air Force with equipment and services for pilot training. CATS hosts hundreds of trainees at its technical training sessions and provides the French Air Force with new-generation aircraft and flight simulators which, by June, will have clocked up 100,000 flight hours and 25,000 simulator hours.
     
Services
Cassidian Aviation Training Services (CATS, formerly EADS Cognac Aviation Training Services) was founded in 2006 and has since become France’s leading outsourced operator from a technical point of view, providing the French Air Force with equipment and services for pilot training. CATS hosts hundreds of trainees at its technical training sessions and provides the French Air Force with new-generation aircraft and flight simulators which, by June, will have clocked up 100,000 flight hours and 25,000 simulator hours.

At the Paris Air Show, Cassidian will for the first time display a flight demonstration symbolizing Cassidian's fleet and training services. Four training aircraft which could be proposed as a complete training pipeline of a fighter pilot will be presented: initial training (APM 40 Simba), elementary and basic training (Grob 120 A), basic and advanced training (Pilatus PC-21) and advanced training (Aermacchi M346). Cassidian has offered these aircraft, among others, to various European Air Forces for training purposes. One CATS aircraft will also be displayed on the Static with a representative working at the Cognac flight training school.

The skills and know-how of the CATS personnel provide French Air Force pilots with training facilities using state-of-the art, high-performance equipment at a significantly lower cost (approx. 30%).
Based on the success of its services to the French Air Force over the past five years, Cassidian Air Systems will also present its service offerings for fighter and transport pilot training.

     
Eurofighter Typhoon is also presented at PAS 2011 with daily flight demonstrations of the Italian Air Force in the Flying Display. Eurofighter is the world's most advanced multi-role/swing-role combat aircraft available on the world market. The aircraft has been ordered by six nations (Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria and Saudi Arabia). With 707 aircraft under contract and more than 270 deliveries, it is Europe’s largest military collaborative programme and delivers leading-edge technology, strengthening Europe’s aerospace industry in the global competition. More than 100,000 jobs and over 400 supplier companies are involved in the programme. Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH manages the programme on behalf of the Eurofighter Partner Companies: Alenia Aeronautica/Finmeccanica, BAE Systems, EADS in Germany and Spain which are Europe’s leading aerospace and defence companies with a total turnover of approx. €120 billion (2010).
Combat aircraft Eurofighter Typhoon
     
Eurofighter Typhoon
Eurofighter Typhoon is also presented at PAS 2011 with daily flight demonstrations of the Italian Air Force in the Flying Display. Eurofighter is the world's most advanced multi-role/swing-role combat aircraft available on the world market. The aircraft has been ordered by six nations (Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria and Saudi Arabia). With 707 aircraft under contract and more than 270 deliveries, it is Europe’s largest military collaborative programme and delivers leading-edge technology, strengthening Europe’s aerospace industry in the global competition. More than 100,000 jobs and over 400 supplier companies are involved in the programme. Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH manages the programme on behalf of the Eurofighter Partner Companies: Alenia Aeronautica/Finmeccanica, BAE Systems, EADS in Germany and Spain which are Europe’s leading aerospace and defence companies with a total turnover of approx. €120 billion (2010).

The combat aircraft features extreme agility, integrated systems, an optimum human-machine interface, advanced precision-guided armament, sensor data fusion, integration into military data networks and latest production technologies, e.g. the use of carbon fibre composite materials (CFCs). Eurofighter is still at the beginning of its in-service life and thus enjoys an enormous growth potential.

 

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