Indra presents 3D LANZA Radar for aerial defense and MRI surveillance light aircraft at AAD 2014 200

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AAD 2014
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Africa Aerospace & Defence Exhibition

17 - 21 September 2014
Air Force Base Waterkloof, Centurion, South Africa
 
Indra at AAD 2014
 
 
Saturday, September 20, 2014 06:29 PM
 
Indra presents 3D LANZA Radar for aerial defense and MRI surveillance light aircraft at AAD 2014.
Indra presents a full range of their products at Africa Aerospace & Defence exhibition (AAD 2014) which takes place at Air Force Base Waterkloof in Centurion, South Africa, from September 17-21. The company's aim is to showcase its defense portfolio, featuring aerial defense, border surveillance and simulation and training solutions. Visitors will find an indoor stand in Hangar 1 and an outdoor stand in the central area of Static Park.
     
Indra presents a full range of their products at Africa Aerospace & Defence exhibition (AAD 2014) which takes place at Air Force Base Waterkloof in Centurion, South Africa, from September 17-21. The company's aim is to showcase its defense portfolio, featuring aerial defense, border surveillance and simulation and training solutions. Visitors will find an indoor stand in Hangar 1 and an outdoor stand in the central area of Static Park.
Indra MRI surveillance light aircraft at AAD 2014, Africa Aerospace and Defense near Pretoria, South Africa.
     
At the indoor stand Indra will present a scale model of its long-range 3D LANZA Radar for Aerial Defense, boasting state-of-the-art technology and technical and operational features in line with NATO specifications; a scale model of the MRI surveillance aircraft, a surveillance system that has already been deployed in maritime areas between the coastline and a 150-mile radius, with unbeatable acquisition and operational costs; and a VITRIX simulator that allows soldiers to rehearse their missions in a virtual environment, using their own rifles.

The outdoor stand will be dedicated to aerial platforms with a scale model of Indra's MANTIS mini UAV. The smallest model (2.10m wing span) in the UAV range developed by the company, this system allows soldiers to observe every movement within an operating range of up to 30 kilometers.

Finally, visitors will also be able to see the MRI surveillance light aircraft, equipped with airborne radar and optronic sensors, and the ground station in a mobile unit.
 

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