The "Almaz-Antey" Concern, Joint-stock Company was established in 2002 by uniting 46 enterprises, including factories, research and production organizations, design bureaus, and research and development institutes involved in the development and manufacture of short-, medium-, and long-range air defense missile systems, the main types of radar surveillance
systems, and automated control systems.
Spatial radar surveillance
system 'GRAVES' will also be modernised with the help of the multi-billion euro funding.
That includes the renewal of France's CSO observation and Syracuse communication satellites, the launch of three CERES electromagnetic-monitoring satellites, and the modernisation of a spatial radar surveillance
system called GRAVES.
These funds are also expected to go towards the launch of three CERES electromagnetic-monitoring satellites, and the modernisation of a spatial radar surveillance
system called GRAVES.
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It supports over-the-air updates of the OnStar module and infotainment system and Cloud synchronisation service connects with NetEase Cloud Music and Amap, forward/rear-end collision warning systems and the preventive braking system, Lane Keep Assist, the panoramic radar surveillance
system/lane change assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and the APA 360-degree full-mode intelligent automatic parking system.
20 November 2018 - UK-based safety, health and environmental technology group Halma plc (LSE: HLMA) has acquired radar surveillance
and safety solutions provider Navtech Radar Ltd., the group said.
An aircraft launch system (a catapult) aboard an aircraft carrier is needed to accelerate radar surveillance
aircraft or planes with the thrust/weight ratio insufficient for taking off from the ski-jump ramp on the carrier's fore end.
While the gradual pullout is expected to be completed in late autumn, Denmark still retains around 180 military personnel stationed at al-Asad air base and contributes to radar surveillance
and training Iraqi security forces as part of the international effort Operation Inherent Resolve.