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Seed | Alive

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$170K

Last Raised

$20K | 23 yrs ago

About DACHS

Provider of software applications for the power industry. The company provides software for portfolio and risk management in the gas and electricity industry. [Keywords: trading]

DACHS Headquarter Location

Hagenower Strasse 73

Schwerin, 19061,

Germany

49 385 3993 439

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German parliament approves funding for AEVs, Tornado RWRs, UAVs, flight training and IT

Apr 20, 2021

by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Nicholas Fiorenza The budget committee of the Bundestag, the German parliament, approved funding for the procurement of armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), radar warning receivers (RWRs) for Tornado bombers, rotary-wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the K130 frigate, helicopter pilot training, and IT equipment for the army, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 15 April. The Bundestag budget committee approved EUR105 million to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs. (Airbus) The ministry said EUR295 million (USD355 million) was approved for AEVs based on the Leopard 2 main battle tank to replace the Dachs engineer vehicle that has been in service with the German Army since 1989. The new vehicle will be equipped with a plough and mechanical arm. About EUR105 million was allocated to replace Luftwaffe Tornado RWRs, for which there will be no more spare parts in the medium term, with new systems with faster processors and additional interfaces and connections to lighten the load on the aircraft’s avionics. About EUR78 million was earmarked for a procurement programme to equip the German Navy’s two K130 corvettes with rotary-wing UAVs. The first phase will involve adapting the aerial vehicles to Bundeswehr requirements and equipping the corvettes with a system consisting of two UAVs and a control station. During the ensuing serial production phase, two systems – one for training, including simulation, and the other for installation in the three remaining K130s – will be procured. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login

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