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Ejército de Tierra

'Boletín Tierra' Newspaper Reports

Friday, December 13, 2019

Number: 7779

Anti-drone systems and equipment are the focus of a new Force 35 workshop

The Army’s needs regarding the fight against Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems and the solutions which the academic and industrial sector offer this field were presented in a new Force 35 workshop which was held in the ‘Conde de Gazola’ base (in Ferral del Bernesga, León), on the 11th of December. The chief of the Army’s Logistical Support Command, Lieutenant General Ramón Pardo de Santayana was in attendance.

In total, more than 150 people, including soldiers and representatives from companies, universities and official bodies, took part in this meeting organized by the Directorate of Acquisitions from the Army’s Logistical Support Command.

Taller con empresas “siete”. Fuerza 2035- C-RPAS

Seventh industry workshop. Force 35 - C-RPAS

The Institution presented the demands and counter-Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (C-RPAS) technological requirements of Force 35 and the ‘Condor’ programme which addresses it. For their part, the companies and universities presented their technological capacities and proposals concerning C-RPAS designed for small units (portable) and for use at the level of group/subgroup combat (fixed). Furthermore, they held a static exhibition of their principal C-RPAS systems.

This workshop dedicated to C-RPAS systems is the seventh in a series which looks to align Force 35’s needs with existing and potential solutions provided by companies, universities and technological associations.

Taller con empresas “siete”. Fuerza 2035- C-RPAS

Seventh industry workshop. Force 35 - C-RPAS