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.
Learn how Leonardo technology is helping transform UK policing through its key role delivering the Home Office's ambitious National ANPR Service.
Kuwait's 28 Eurofighter Typhoons, to be delivered from 2020 onwards, will be the most advanced version of the aircraft produced so far. This multi-role fighter will have a package of capabilities including the Captor-E (E-scan) radar.
The Icarus programme will provide the best protection for UK armed forces, which is of paramount importance to the Ministry of Defence and the UK industry that supports it.
As a global high tech company, Leonardo recognises that the future success of our business is dependent on the future generations' passion for engineering and technological excellence.
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.
The AW189 is designed for long range, all-weather SAR and MEDEVAC missions even in icing conditions, with advanced avionics and rapid start up.
Head of Cyber Consulting at Leonardo UK, Laura Marsden asks how much confidence organisations have in their ability to withstand potential cyber-attacks, if the vulnerabilities across their business estate are not fully understood.
Senior VP of Security and Information Systems at Leonardo, Paul MacGregor, explains how Leonardo's cyber security expertise is helping NATO defend its estate, using a combination of technology and people.
View the world in a different way: discover more about the many applications of Leonardo's infra-red detectors and thermal imaging sensors.
Since unveiling BriteCloud in late 2013, the Expendable Active Decoy has continually undergone a range of trials with Leonardo electronic warfare technologists working alongside UK and overseas defence forces to confirm the full operational capability of the decoy.