Ensuring a State of The Art Inner Layer Air Defense System

In conversation with Fabian Ochsner of Rheinmetall Air Defence AG

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Defence iQ Interviewed Fabian Ochsner of Rheinmetall Air Defence AG.

Q1. Rheinmetall has a huge global footprint, especially in the air defence space. Could you bring our readers up to speed on some of the most exiting programmes you are working on today, and what is on the horizon for the company in terms of new partnerships or contracts? 

Q2. Adversarial development of advanced cruise missiles, artillery and small unmanned aerial systems presents NATO allies and partners with a significant and complex air and missile defence challenge. What's Rheinmetall's perspective on how the current threat landscape, and how is this informing customer requirements?

Q3. Accelerated technological disruption is reshaping the defence enterprise. How is Rheinmetall balancing its R&D investments in traditional defence capabilities versus new, cutting edge technologies? What innovations in the air and missile defence field can we expect in the next few years?

Q4. Rheinmetall also focuses a lot on training technology. Could you share some insight into some of the training capabilities that focus on air and missile defence?

“With the integration of a higher degree of automation we support the decision making process of the tactical users”

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