Hensoldt To Develop German Airborne Sigint Platform

Pegasus
Pegasus will use three converted Global 6000 business jet platforms to perform its Sigint mission.
Credit: Hensoldt
German defense electronics firm Hensoldt has been awarded a contract to develop, integrate and deliver Germany’s new Pegasus airborne signals intelligence (Sigint) capability. Pegasus—short for Persistent German Airborne Surveillance Systems—will see Hensoldt equip a trio of Bombardier Global 6000...

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