Read the latest articles from Leonardo in the UK, covering a breadth of subjects from corporate social responsibility and STEM to cyber security and manufacturing excellence.
The business world is becoming more connected and interconnected with supply chains that are increasingly complex. Leonardo considers the inherent risks facing organisations and what steps to be taken to improve assurance.
The AW169 EMS (Emergency Medical Services) is rapidly reconfigurable and uniquely designed around patient needs, ensuring that air medical professionals can be there when it counts, providing the best care.
On the opening morning of the Farnborough International Air Show 2018, Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson MP and Chief of Air Staff, Royal Air Force Sir Stephen Hilier, launched the UK's new Combat Air Strategy and unveiled the concept for Next Generation Combat Aircraft, "Tempest".
The M-346FA (Fighter Attack) is an evolution of the Aermacchi M-346 Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT), and retains its advanced trainer and pre-operational features.
Leonardo Capability Engineer, Sam Qaisar, looks at the constantly changing challenges facing militaries regarding the creation, dissemination and security of information in an operational environment, and the threats and opportunities that lie therein.
Leonardo's Adam Clarke discusses the strategic importance of the cyber and electromagnetic environments in the fast-changing global military arena, and why a robust approach to training is key to maintaining operational supremacy.
Scientists from Leonardo's InfraRed Sensors Team in Southampton are playing an integral role in an international mission that seeks to discover more about the origins of the Universe.
Learn more about the AW159 – Leonardo's new generation multi-role military helicopter that retains the key design features of the Lynx, one of the world's most successful naval helicopters and the world helicopter speed record holder (over 400km/h).
Information Security expert, Jon Turner, asks whether UK businesses and organisations are firstly aware of the increasing cyber threats posed, and secondly what measures they are implementing to monitor these and protect their Industrial Control / Operational Technology assets.
How to secure Operational Technology – those systems monitor and control the processes that drive a country's critical national infrastructure.