22 juillet 2020 | International, Aérospatial

Sept des principales entreprises britanniques de l'aérospatiale et de la défense, dont Thales UK, ont rejoint le consortium Tempest

Sept des principales entreprises britanniques de l'aérospatiale et de la défense ont rejoint «Team Tempest», le consortium qui vise à développer un avion de combat de haute technologie de nouvelle génération pour la RAF. Il s'agit de Bombardier Belfast, Collins Aerospace, GE Aviation UK, GKN Aerospace, Martin Baker, QinetiQ et Thales UK. Ces entreprises vont maintenant travailler aux côtés des principaux partenaires de «Team Tempest» : BAE Systems, Leonardo UK, MBDA UK, Rolls-Royce et le ministère de la défense, afin d'accélérer le développement de nouvelles technologies aériennes de combat.

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