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Schiebel and Thales Awarded RN Peregrine UAS Contract

CAMCOPTER S-100 UAS [© Schiebel]

Schiebel and Thales have been awarded the Royal Navy Peregrine UAS (Uncrewed Air Systems) contract by the UK Ministry of Defence.


Press Release, Vienna, 10 February, 2023: Schiebel and Thales have been awarded the Uncrewed Air Systems (UAS) contract ‘Peregrine by the UK Ministry of Defence.

This prestigious contract award will deliver the unrivalled CAMCOPTER S-100 UAS, fitted with a powerful naval surveillance sensor suite, to provide a comprehensive maritime capability protecting Royal Navy ships on operational tasks.

Schiebel, together with system integrator Thales, will provide the operationally proven S-100 with a range of high precision Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) sensors and systems. The Thales I-Master radar, an EO/IR camera, and an Automatic Identification System (AIS), all fused with the CarteNav’s AIMS Mission System enables an all-weather detection and identification capability of unknown targets.

The S-100’s rapid launch ability, superior mission endurance and high quality sensors combine to find, track and identify targets providing additional protection for the ship and its crew. High-definition imagery and radar data downloaded to the system operator and transmitted in real-time into the ship’s Combat Management System (CMS), will provide the crew with invaluable time to prepare and enact operational decisions.

Hans Georg Schiebel, Chairman of the Schiebel Group, said: “We are immensely proud that the CAMCOPTER S-100 is the UK Ministry of Defence’s choice for its prestigious Peregrine programme. The S-100 is the optimal UAS for a growing number of Navies worldwide and has proven its superiority and outstanding capabilities throughout its numerous operational deployments.”


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