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.
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.
Leonardo has a long and proud tradition designing and building naval helicopters and today offers a complete range of products with customised integrated systems that can meet the most demanding mission requirements Find out more.
Utmost flexibility and adaptability to meet specific customer requirements: these are the characteristics that make the AW101 one of the most successful medium/heavy helicopters on the market today.
On a bright summer's morning in Linköping, Sweden, the Saab Gripen E successfully completed its first flight with avionics systems on-board designed and built in the UK by Leonardo.
Ahead of NITEC 2017 – the NATO Communications and Information Agency's Annual Industry Conference – Leonardo details the key factors required to successfully spur innovative solutions in the cyber defence marketplace.
Kris Harrison looks at the broad range of exciting opportunities and benefits that a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) can offer.
In the last 30 years, along with the development of the global economy, the sea has been a major strategic channel for the transport of raw materials and the exploitation of energy resources.
The BriteCloud Expendable Active Decoy (EAD) was launched to potential customers and the world's media in late 2013 with defence company Saab being the first to offer the off-board decoy as an electronic warfare enhancement option on all Gripen fast-jet variants.
Leonardo (formerly Finmeccanica) has been named as providing the ‘most significant security technology contribution at a recent major event' by membership body Major Events International.