Paris Air Show: Guardian 400 targets international market opportunities
Airborne Technologies announced on 12 June that it will take its Viking Air Twin Otter Guardian 400 platform with Linx system architecture on a demonstration tour around the world for the next 18 months.
The aircraft has been outfitted to target airborne special mission opportunities.
To showcase the Linx’s capabilities, the demonstrator aircraft has been fitted with two Self Contained Aerial Reconnaissance pods, one with a Hensoldt Argos EO/IR turret, and the other with a Leonardo Osprey radar system and Sentient vision camera system.
The tour will take in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, South East Asia, Oceania and North America.
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