“We demonstrated the performance and technological leadership of our sensor systems to the Chancellor during our tour. These systems are already protecting Ukraine today and we also supply them to the Bundeswehr and to our partner nations. HENSOLDT is always ready and able to help expand the capabilities of the Bundeswehr in the short and medium term,” said HENSOLDT CEO Thomas Müller.
As examples, he cited the Eurofighter’s electronic warfare capability, the “Pegasus” signals intelligence system and the TRML-4D radar as part of the IRIS-T air defence system. Müller emphasised: “The chancellor’s visit to a key German technology company with federal participation is a special recognition for all HENSOLDT employees of their work for the protection and security of our country.”
At HENSOLDT’s Ulm site, more than 2,500 employees are engaged in the development and production of radars and defence electronics systems. A large proportion of the employees are engineers and technicians, and around 240 trainees and dual students are undergoing training.
HENSOLDT is a leading company in the European defence industry with global reach. The company, headquartered in Taufkirchen near Munich, develops complete sensor solutions for defence and security applications. As a technology leader, HENSOLDT drives the development of defence electronics and optronics and is continuously expanding its portfolio based on innovative approaches to data management, robotics and cyber security. With more than 6,400 employees, HENSOLDT achieved a turnover of 1.5 billion euros in 2021. HENSOLDT is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.