Email us

Connect with us

Estonia Office

43 Faehlmanni
Tallinn
Estonia

Tel: +372 5568 5565

UK Office

551 Fairlie Road
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 4PY
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1628 660 400

AUS Office

9 - 11 Bellevue St
South Nowra
NSW 2541
Australia

Tel:

Mob: +61 (0)412 395 047

Aerial Firefighting Europe 2021: New Location, New Opportunities

Hosted in Northern Europe for the first time, the event will provide an exceptional opportunity to share best practice between new and mature markets. The new venue boasts modern event facilities for a dedicated conference, exhibition, private workshops as well as opportunities for static displays. Chaired by Professor Johann Georg Goldammer, Director of Germany’s Global […]

Conair-Q400AT

Are European Defence Industry Exports Doomed?

Looking at European defence/security exports today, one sees an incredibly healthy situation. Europe overall is the second largest exporter of defence technologies, behind the US, with particular success in MENA (source: SIPRI). The EU is expending significant energy and resource to allow Europe to remain competitive in the period ahead, as part of its push […]

Europe’s EMS and Next-Gen Miltech Challenge

Russia’s ‘invasion’ of East Ukraine in 2014 will be seen as a fundamental turning point in modern warfare. For almost 25 years following the end of the Cold War, US military dominance and the lack of near-peers caused the West to under-invest in key technologies, including EMS (electro-magnetic spectrum). Warning signs started appearing, such as […]

How Will Joe Biden Handle China?

Around the world, 2020 has brought a very different global experience of China. Early in the year, Xi Jinping had his hands full with Covid-19, an ongoing catastrophe in its crucial pig industry, and Hong Kong. Later came almost Biblical flooding. The ongoing fracturing of trade ties with the US has damaged key domestic industries, […]

Tangent Link Comment: Karabakh Shock & Awe Puts UAV’s at the Top-Table

UAV’s are increasingly becoming the system-of-choice for militaries. This makes complete sense. They are redundant, cheaper than manned alternatives, can endure flight regimes that are too complex for humans, and they have proven time and again to be force multipliers, asymmetric weapons, and allow escalation dominance. The 44-day Karabakh conflict put them at the top-table […]