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Willy-Messerschmitt-Str. 3 82024 Taufkirchen Germany
    HENSOLDT – A step forward in ATM-UTM and counter-UAV solutions
HENSOLDT is a leading technology company in the European defence industry with global reach. Based in Taufkirchen near Munich, the company develops complete sensor solutions for air traffic management, defence, and security applications. As a technology leader, HENSOLDT drives the development of sensor electronics and optronics and is continuously expanding its portfolio based on innovative approaches to data generation and management, robotics, and cybersecurity. With more than 6,300 employees, HENSOLDT achieved a turnover of 1.5 billion euros in 2021.
HENSOLDT’s ATM – UTM solution is focusing on creating effective solutions to detect and differentiate cooperative and non-cooperative flying objects and to integrate them in the available traffic management systems for civil or military airspace surveillance. Through strategic partnerships and acquisitions HENSOLDT is growing its portfolio and integrates its proven technologies in solutions that answer future ATM challenges.
HENSOLDT’s portfolio includes primary and secondary radars as well as emission-free passive radars. Additional sensors for ATM-UTM as well as high performance optical sensors for digital tower applications complement the portfolio.
ASR-NG solutions (stationary and deployable) including the MSSR 2000ID secondary radar (Mode S and Mode 5) or partner SSRs ensure a future proven and superior surveil- lance offering, including clutter suppression and windfarm mitigation. The versatility of ASR-NG radar combined with its superior performance makes it suited for ATC purposes in joint and combined missions of expeditionary units.
The Twinvis passive radar detects up to 200 aircraft in 3D within a radius of 200 km in a non-cooperative scenario without any emissions. An air picture is generated by ana- lysing reflected signals from existing third-party sources such as radios and TV stations. The use of passive radar systems makes cost-effective air traffic control possible without any additional emissions and without using limited transmission frequencies.
The Xpeller counter-UAV system uses existing and proven HENSOLDT technologies and combines radars, cameras, and radio detectors. A powerful software program and an AI image analysis algorithms detect and track drones in the surveyed air space. Xpeller can initiate and carry out the necessary countermeasure, jamming the radio signal, locate the pilot or even capture the hostile drone. Xpeller is updated continuously to meet emerging market require- ments.
The combination of these products offers a reliable solu- tion for ATM-UTM future-safety deployment.

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