QinetiQ in Canada and Target Systems Showcase Latest Products at CANSEC
Canada’s largest trade show, CANSEC – held this year on 30-31 May at the EY Center, Ottawa– is a key milestone in our event calendar.
Trade shows are a great opportunity for industry and government to meet QinetiQ face to face, discuss their challenges with our experts and experience our innovations first hand.
Canada’s largest trade show, CANSEC – held this year on 30-31 May at the EY Center, Ottawa– is a key milestone in our event calendar. We have a long-standing and substantial presence in the country, as a valued partner to the RCN, RCAF, CAF and DRDC. Canada is also host to some world-class manufacturing facilities, including one of the two sites where we design and develop targets.
We’ll be showcasing a number of products and services at CANSEC, visitors will be able to talk to us about:
QinetiQ Target Systems and UAS: Unmanned air, land and maritime surface vehicle targets, supported with field services.
Advisory and pre-acquisition services: Practical and impartial support across the entire acquisition lifecycle, to reduce risk and maximise value.
Electronic Warfare: Key ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) capability, embodied in QinetiQ’s high performance ASX™ and MEWS™ signals processing systems.
Security: Threat detection and the protection of valuable assets. Products on display will include the Obsidian radar, which delivers superior counter-UAV (CUAV) detection.
Test and evaluation: Independent advice and critical infrastructure and facilities that enable the safe, secure delivery of next generation equipment.
QinetiQ will be found at Booth #414. Visitors can set up meetings in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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