Saturday, 7 March 2015

BAE Systems at LIMA 2015

Phased Development of Eurofighter Typhoon (Source: BAE Systems)
BAE recently announced the focus of its participation in the 13th Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) Exhibition, to be held from 17th to 21st March 2015.  
“The key focus for BAE Systems this year will be centred around our strategy to develop a local presence through the strengthening of partnerships, both new and existing. Our attendance and objective this time is aligned to the focus of ASEAN in both Security and Economic areas while also addressing our significant investment to date in Malaysia and the desire to expand our portfolio  across the region,” said John Brosnan, Managing Director, BAE Systems, South East Asia.

“LIMA offers excellent opportunities for us to meet with existing and new customers, whilst allowing us to establish stronger bonds with the Malaysian government by delivering sustainable innovation through technologies with local Malaysian partners,” added Brosnan. 
At LIMA this year, BAE Systems will once again demonstrates its long term presence in Malaysia, where the company have located its South East Asia regional headquarters, through their close relationships with Malaysian industry.  As part of this ongoing commitment, the company is looking to further cement its ties and supports the nation’s Economic Transformation Plan through partnerships with innovative SMEs, government agencies and key academic institutions.
LIMA will see the world’s most advanced multi-role combat aircraft, the Eurofighter Typhoon – engineered by the company and its three European partners – once again be displayed on Malaysian shores through the Full Scale Replica of the aircraft. In addition to the Eurofighter Typhoon, BAE Systems is promoting a wide range of technologies and products across the Air, Maritime and Cyber domains, including the Hawk advanced jet trainer, naval guns with the 40Mk4 and 57Mk3, the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS), Type 26 frigate and Offshore Patrol Vessels.  
Offering far more than just defence and aerospace technologies, the company is also known for its capabilities in cyber security. Its cyber security arm, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, will have a significant Malaysian representation at this biennial event, focusing on national security and critical national infrastructure.

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