Read on to learn more about our business through articles highlighting the capabilities that set Leonardo DRS apart from its competitors, major achievements and milestones for the company, as well as product insights from corporate leaders.
|6/13/2022 12:28:13 PM||
June 13, 2022 -- Leonardo DRS will participate in the 2022 Eurosatory exhibition between June 13th and 17th in Paris, France. The company will highlight a range of technologies, including its battle management and electronic warfare systems, dismounted EO/IR products, and force protection capabilities. The Leonardo DRS booth will be located in Hall 5a, #B658.
|1/4/2022 7:05:57 PM||
December 2021 -- The solution to Global Positioning Systems jamming is Assured Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (A-PNT) – a way to provide accurate position, navigation and timing (PNT) information at all times under all conditions.
|9/22/2020 2:07:05 PM||
October 6, 2020 -- Military Times has unveiled its annual "Best for Vets: Employers" list for 2020, naming Leonardo DRS as one of 144 companies that go above and beyond to recruit and retain former members of the United Stated Armed Forces.
|7/23/2020 7:54:25 PM||
Wids - July 23, 2020 -- Recently, one of the company’s engineers in Canada was recognized for her exemplary work in her field by the Women in Defence and Security (WiDS) organization based in Ottawa, Ontario.
|6/9/2020 7:44:14 PM||
June 2020 -- As the military adds innovative capabilities to vehicles, there is a critical need for additional electrical power to support them. That need for more power includes U.S. military special operations forces that are given the latest in advanced technology. To solve that problem, the vehicles these operators use can be transformed into mobile power generators with minimal changes that don’t affect the performance of the vehicle. The result? Mission assured power, generated from the vehicle’s powertrain; enabling greater threat detection, lethality range extension and freedom of maneuver while recharging mission equipment.
|6/2/2020 4:54:51 PM||
June 2, 2020 -- The battlefield of electronic warfare (EW) is the electromagnetic spectrum. The purpose of EW is to deny by electronic means access to the spectrum by an enemy while ensuring allies enjoy full use of it at will. Many companies design, manufacture and offer products in this unique sphere, which touches sea, land, air and space.
|2/25/2020 7:51:05 PM||
February 28, 2020 -- On 14 September 2019, the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia experienced a violent attack by Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and short-range ballistic missiles against the Abqaiq oil production facility and the Al Khurais oil fields, disrupting oil production by five million barrels per day.
|1/29/2020 4:07:22 PM||
Bill Lynn Introduces SECDEF at the 2020 Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Global Security Forum
January 24, 2020 -- This week, CEO Bill Lynn had the opportunity to introduce Secretary of Defense Mark Esper for his keynote speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ annual Global Defense Forum.
|10/9/2019 6:04:58 PM||
October 11, 2019 -- After 25 years of U.S. Army experience and nearly four years of working in Defense Industry, I continue to be impressed with the amazing technologies being developed in support of our warfighters. However, I have learned the real secret sauce is integrating mature technologies to provide useful warfighting capabilities. Leonardo DRS Land Systems has become an industry-leader platform integrator.
|11/25/2019 8:08:12 PM||
The Cavalry & Armor Journal - October 11, 2019 - As modernization becomes a greater imperative in today’s military, who better to talk to about how essential new technologies and capabilities are than someone who has their finger on the pulse of the warfighter’s needs in the field, Al Mosher.
|11/26/2019 4:21:34 PM||
The Cavalry & Armor Journal - October 11, 2019 -- Preparing for the front lines is a vital, proactive step, that necessitates deft thinking across all lines of battle. To that end, anticipating and guarding ourselves against future cyber-attacks requires a near-identical process of preparation.
|11/26/2019 5:20:10 PM||
The Cavalry & Armor Journal - October 11, 2019 -- The modern battlefield has become a complex theater of threats, from electronic warfare signal jamming, to powerful anti-armor and anti-aircraft missiles, and the dawn of small but lethal unmanned aircraft that can quietly locate troops or swarm targets.
|12/3/2019 3:14:28 PM||
The Cavalry & Armor Journal - October 11, 2019 Electrical power itself is almost always taken for granted, yet it’s vital for us to live our everyday lives. We expect power to be available whether we are home, at work, at school, out to eat, going to the movies, or going to the doctor, and we depend on it. Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, however, do not have that luxury and must tow a generator for power, that cannot be operated on while on-the-move or in austere environments. Therefore, as capabilities evolve and there is a need for greater power onboard vehicles, we must continue developing technologies for our warfighters to achieve success.
|2/11/2019 4:34:37 PM||
Winter 2018/2019 -- Mission command systems are at the heart of a military’s combat operations core. The complex battlefields of today require integrated network systems that can easily decipher a host of threats, enemy positions and location of friendly troops, all while giving commanders the best situational awareness available. One of the leaders in this space, Leonardo DRS is redefining the way ground vehicles and command post mission systems operate in the toughest tactical environment.
|5/17/2018 5:27:30 PM||Advanced_Manufacturing,Computing_and_IT|
|7/7/2017 8:01:45 PM||
July 7, 2017 - Leonardo DRS is fortunate to employ many U.S. military veterans. One is Al Mosher, senior director of international strategy for DRS Land Electronics and a 26-year veteran of the U.S. Army, who was recently knighted with the prestigious Order of St. George Gold Medallion from the U.S. Cavalry and Armor Association.
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