The first eight final assembled MILDS AN/AAR-60 missile warning systems have been delivered in Korea to Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) by Hensoldt’s South Korean partner company, Huneed Technologies. Hensoldt has completed, approved and commissioned the MILDS final production line in South Korea in less than two years.
The missile warning systems will will be integrated into the Korean Utility Helicopter (KUH) and the Maritime Utility Helicopter (MUH).
Huneed Technologies is responsible for the production of two printed circuit boards, configuration and calibration, final assembly and testing of the MILDS missile warner on behalf of HENSOLDT within the scope of offset obligations. HENSOLDT
By the end of April 2020, Huneed is to supply three additional sensors and by November 2020 a further 85 sensors. In total, the offset commitments currently have a volume of 258 sensors.
The AN/AAR-60 (MILDS) Missile Launch Detection System is qualified for installation on-board a wide variety of tactical rotary-wing and wide-body aircraft including NH-90, Tiger, UH-60, CH-47, C-130 and P-3. More than 7,000 sensors have been sold so far.
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