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Leonardo-Finmeccanica Demonstrates SW-4 ‘Solo’ Rotary- Wing Unmanned Air Vehicle and Advanced Airborne Sensors at Unmanned Warrior Event


Leonardo-Finmeccanica recently attended Royal Navy’s


Unmanned Warrior event, the largest demonstration of maritime autonomous systems ever held. Leonardo demonstrated the capabilities of its advanced SW-4 ‘Solo’ Rotary Unmanned Air System (RUAS), as well as its airborne sensors such as the SAGE electronic warfare and Osprey E-Scan radar systems. They are integrated using Leonardo’s skyISTAR mission management system to support intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. Unmanned Warrior provided Leonardo the opportunity to demonstrate to the Royal Navy, and to other international observers, the capabilities of its unmanned rotorcraft and airborne systems in a tactically representative maritime environment. The company has been investing in unmanned rotorcraft technology, which it believes can deliver or contribute to the delivery of a wide range of missions cost effectively and also complement its range of manned naval helicopters.


First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, Adm. Sir Philip Jones said, “The growing scale of Unmanned Warrior is a clear demonstration of the Royal Navy’s ambition to lead and win through technological innovation. Unmanned maritime systems


will change how we operate, but they’re just the start. Our pursuit of new technologies and ideas will ensure we remain one of the most capable and successful navies in the world.”


The SW-4 ‘Solo’ RUAS is based on the proven SW-4 light single-engine helicopter. For maximum operational flexibility it is designed for both optionally piloted helicopter (OPH) and unmanned operations. The RUAS version of the SW-4 is capable of performing a number of roles in both land and sea environments, including intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and cargo re-supply. When piloted, the SW-4 ‘Solo’ can undertake manned activities such as transportation of personnel, surveillance, and intervention. The SW-4 is EASA certified, ensuring safe operations when operating in the manned and unmanned modes.


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