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FCAS fighter jet program breaks deadlock with workshare agreement in place

The agreement will allow Germany, France and Spain to move to the next phase of Future Combat Air System (FCAS)

Indra to supply EW defense systems for Spanish Chinooks

Indra will be delivering a suite of electronic defense systems for the Spanish Army’s Chinook helicopters under a 35 million euro contract.

Spain’s Indra to deliver its Pegaso combat system for South Korean...

Spanish defense contractor Indra announced it has signed a contract with South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) to equip...

Indra to deliver electronic defense suit for Spanish NH90 helicopters

The Spanish defense ministry has awarded Indra a contract for the delivery of self-protection systems for 23 NH90 helicopters that will used...
Lanza Long Tactical Range 25 (LTR25) radar arriving in the UK

UK Royal Air Force receives new deployable long-range radar

The UK Royal Air Force has taken delivery of the Lanza Long Tactical Range 25 radar for the Battlespace Management Force that...
FCAS sixth-generation fighter concept

EU defense majors starting sensor suite work for FCAS next-generation aircraft

Spain's Indra will lead the effort to incorporate the sensor suite for the sixth-generation aircraft.

Spanish Navy, Indra tap AI for engine failure prediction

The Spanish technology company Indra and the Spanish Navy’s Data Monitoring and Analysis Center (CESADAR) worked together to develop one of the...
Targus OPV

Indra tests optionally piloted vehicle in non-segregated airspace

Spanish technology company Indra says it has completed the first test flights with its optionally piloted vehicle (OPV) Targus, achieving a significant...
Spanish Air Force Radar

Spanish Air Force contracts Indra for air-defense radar upgrades

Spanish defense contractor Indra announced on May 27 it was awarded a contract to upgrade the Spanish Air Force's 3D Lanza ground-based...

PESCO: Indra tapped for electronic warfare systems for future aircraft

The project is led by Spain with the participation of France, Italy, Germany and Sweden.

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