Capability Based Acquisition Reform - The reality is, that most Navies have faced a lengthy period of under investment, resulting in a proliferation of legacy platforms. Compounded by the acceleration into the digital age and the concept of network centric operations has further hastened the demise of old capabilities. Why are Navies looking closely at this new acquisition approach?



  • Discover how Navies are incorporating CBAR into their future acquisition life cycle
  • Validate the commercial industry reports of Naval procurement opportunities, timelines and budgets
  • Understand the local industry and international defence industry partnerships

Heli-Union looks at alternative markets

Over the past two years, Toussus-Le-Noble based Heli-Union has embarked upon a strategy of diversification. As Jean-Baptiste Olry, the company’s Head of Sales and Operations told Tangent Link: “We were once focused more on the oil and gas industry, but now we want to diversify into other areas”. The unwillingness by oil and gas companies […]

Heli-Union looks at alternative markets

The European Stage is set for the Assembly of Global Aerial Firefighters

Nîmes, France October 2017 Tangent Link delivers the world’s largest aerial firefighting demonstration to Nîmes on October 16-17. As part of a two-day Aerial Firefighting conference and exhibition (AFF), aircraft from across Europe will assemble at Nîmes–Alès–Camargue–Cévennes airport, home to the Sécurité Civile main aerial firefighting hub. The event is being hosted at the brand […]