Through our platforms such as Typhoon and Tornado, and MASS’s strength in Electronic Warfare operational support, the partnership can offer customers a suite of capabilities including: Electronic Warfare training and data management, operational analysis, countermeasure development, mission data validation and mission evaluation.
Speaking after the MOU signing, Andy Lavin, BAE Systems’ Saudi Arabia Programmes Director said: “I am pleased we have been able to sign this MOU. MASS’s reputation as the leading provider to the UK’s Air Warfare Centre and BAE Systems’ reputation in advanced weapon system support will deliver operational capability benefit to Saudi Arabia and our other export customers.”
Ashley Lane, Managing Director of MASS, said: “It is great to be working with BAE Systems on their technology transfer programmes in support of export platform sales. This supports our aim to assist other nations build an indigenous capability in the operational support and use of modern EW systems.”
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