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Horizon Technologies closes DSEI with $1m FlyingFish order

Posted 5 October 2021 · Add Comment

At DSEI last month, Horizon Aerospace Technologies secured an approximately a $1 million sale of FlyingFish airborne SIGINT systems to a European prime contractor for a Southern European government end-user.

Above: Horizon Technologies stand in the ADS organised UK Pavilion at DSEI 2021.
Courtesy Horizon Technologies


The systems will be operated on manned ISR fixed-wing aircraft to support NATO and EU missions in the Mediterranean Sea and Northern Africa.

John Beckner, CEO, Horizon Technologies said: “We are happy to add another end-user to the list of countries who operate our FlyingFish and new BlackFish SIGINT systems. FlyingFish is in operation 24/7 around the globe saving refugees, combating illegal fishing, piracy, terrorism and transshipments.”

“DSEI was a very successful show for us, and we were very pleased with the attendance at the show and the quality of the visitors. Special thanks to ADS as well as DIT and DSO for arranging delegation visits. We had very good meetings for both our Aerospace and Space sectors. Customer interest is certainly high for our upcoming Amber CubeSat Launch.”



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(left to right) James Masey, Director of Business Development, Horizon Technologies, Frederic Urban, Head of Business Development – AMBER, Horizon Space Technologies, John Beckner, CEO, Horizon Technologies, Bash Ahmed, COO, Horizon Aerospace Technologies and Rakesh Sharma, Chairman of the Board, Horizon Technologies.

Horizon Aerospace Technologies is a subsidiary of Horizon Technologies.

 

 

 

 

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