Key year for Eurodrone RPAS development

As the early light of 2022 filters through the remains of the holiday fog, one programme expected to be the focus of attention in the first half of the year is the Eurodrone platform, a collaborative effort between Germany, France, Italy, and Spain to develop a medium altitude, long endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for their armed forces.

Spearheaded by Europe’s Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR), the programme will see Airbus Defence and Space, acting as the coordinating company, working with some of the continent’s other leading defence players, including Leonardo and Dassault Aviation, to produce 60 MALE UAVs for the existing four customers.

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