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BAE Systems showcasing advanced capabilities at World Defense Show

Posted 22 January 2024

BAE Systems will be introducing its advanced multidomain capabilities at the second World Defense Show, taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia next month, 4th - 8th February.



Above: The Eurofighter Typhoon.
Courtesy BAE Systems / Dan Palmer


BAE Systems will be showcasing the advanced technology, products and services across air, land, sea and cyberspace, which underpin its long term strategic defence and security partnership with the Kingdom and its presence in the region.  

From the Eurofighter Typhoon and low Earth orbit satellites, to next generation combat air capabilities and future defence comms and cyber solutions, BAE Systems will present its interoperability and multidomain expertise, delivered through secure, agile and integrated command and controls systems and data sharing, for rapid and informed decisionmaking.
 
Focusing on its close work with local partners to support economic development through the transfer of knowledge, skills and technology, it will highlight its support of the long-term strategic partnership between the UK and Saudi Arabia, helping to strengthen the Kingdom’s skills, technologies and capabilities vital to its security.

 

 

 

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