SELEX Galileo Inc
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2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 901
|Phone:||+1 (703) 418 7280|
|Fax:||+1 (703) 418 7667|
SELEX GALILEO is part of Selex ES Inc, which is a wholly-owned US subsidiary of Leonardo.
SELEX GALILEO is the new name under which Galileo Avionica SpA and SELEX Sensors & Airborne Systems Ltd will operate internationally with their outstanding reputation in the fields of sensors, electro-optics, electronic warfare and tactical UAVs.
The name SELEX GALILEO will enable the companies to trade as world leaders in integrated solutions for airborne sensors, surveillance and protection systems, radar and imaging.
Part of the Finmeccanica Group, the two companies have a combined workforce of 7,000 employees (about 4,000 in the UK) with a turnover of around 1,730 million euros.
Their fields of excellence include: aircraft radar sensors (mechanical and electronic scansion) - electronic warfare systems - avionics and mission systems - electro-optical systems - military lasers - simulators - pilotless aircraft and target planes - sensors and scientific payloads for space.
Across air, land, sea and space SELEX GALILEO offers both integrated sensor solutions and through life capability management for defence systems and homeland security applications. SELEX GALILEO is part of the Finmeccanica defence electronics sector and employs over 7000 people in the UK, Italy and the United States.
SELEX GALILEO leverages on its international strengths to deliver powerful, innovative solutions and by forging and sustaining leading partn.
SELEX GALILEO is a leader in surveillance, protection, tracking, targeting, navigation & control and imaging systems.
SELEX S&AS (US) Inc is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK company and operates under a Special Security Agreement (SSA) granted by the US Defence Security Services for a company under foreign (non-US) ownership. This enables the company to have facility and personal security clearances and undertake US classified contracts.
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