Eurosatory is a global Defence and Security exhibition with a core focus on land and air. Taking place every two years, Eurosatory brings together a wide range of solutions to address the needs of Defence and Security. Initially set up in 1967, Eurosatory has a strong history and has continued to evolve year on year with attendee and exhibitor numbers ever increasing.
Airbus are pleased to be back in Paris this year to attend the annual Eurosatory Exhibition where we will be showcasing our innovative portfolio of secure communication services designed to support critical operations.
The new generation BLR (BLR-NG), integrated with 4G/LTE technology, is a tactical system which offers high operational performance. It offers improved, high speed voice and data exchange services to remote deployments with a high density of logistical requirements.
SpaceDataHighway enables high-volume data, time-critical and sensitive information to be transferred outside the vicinity of ground networks. Supporting faster and longer access to air and space assets, it securely transfers information in hostile electronic warfare environments, to enable communications and large volumes of data generated by powerful sensors to be transferred.
Mitigating interference is a highly complex and dynamic problem that has prevented widespread roll out of beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) communications on rotorcraft. Proteus Unity addresses this challenge and provides a flexible waveform that mitigates interference by transmitting through the rotor blade disc. The modem system adapts to the environment it sees to ensure the most efficient, secure and resilient communications on the move.
Syracuse IV is the latest generation of Milsatcom system available to military trusted partners. Airbus and Telespazio two world leaders in satellite services, have joined forces to sell capacities on the Syracuse IV system.
The SatCom On The Move land solution has a unique capacity that enables non-simultaneous dual-bands X or Mil-Ka to guarantee constant commandment. It offers engaged units in operation a secure broadband connection with high availability to exchange videos, voice and operational flows in fast moving circumstances.
Next UHF is a secure and resilient satellite communication service. To prepare for the future and answer growing demands, Airbus has invested in continued support for operations by developing a new UHF SatCom solution, based on a hosted payload on board Eutelsat 36D satellite.
Join our roundtable
The roundtable will focus on the physical attributes and maturity of laser communication technology as well as their operational benefits in a highly contested environment. Preserving a discrete, secure and ultra-high throughput communication link whilst under jamming is now possible.
Subject: Command and control in high intensity combat thanks to laser communication
Date and time: Thursday, June 16th, 2PM
Location: Hall 6 ORSAY
- Frédéric Lacoste, SatCom R&D project manager, CNES
- Yoann Jezequel, Innovation Strategic Manager, Airbus Defence and Space
- Capitaine de vaisseau Jean-Philippe Vautier, Head of french military telecommunications & connectivity, French MoD General Staff (EMA) Ministère des Armées
- Guy-Mael de Naurois, Roadmap owner - Laser Satellite Communication, Airbus Defence and Space
Find out how we can support your missions by downloading our brochures today or meet with the Airbus team at Eurosatory 2022 to discuss further.