Presentation on theme: "Introducing BAE Systems"— Presentation transcript:
1 Introducing BAE Systems At BAE Systems we provide some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace and security solutions
2 BAE Systems at a glance Third largest global defence supplier* Strong, established positions in the air, maritime and land sectors, as well as a growing position in cyber securityDiverse portfolio evenly split between products and enduring support and upgrade contractsStrategic supplier to governments in US, UK, KSA and Australia82,500 employees in over 40 countriesCustomers in around 80 countries2015 sales of £17.9 billion and order backlog of £36.8bn£80m+ invested annually in education and skills globally£9bn+ spend with around 27,000 suppliers globallyImage: Artisan naval radar testing* Source: Defence News – 2015 top defence companies
4 Our key products and services We have strong, established positions supplying defence equipment, electronics and services, and cyber, intelligence and security solutions for governments. We also have a growing position in adjacent commercial markets, including avionics and cyber security.Typhoon manufacture and developmentF-35 Lightning II designand manufactureUnmanned and future airsystem capabilitiesAir support and trainingDefence avionics equipmentCommercial avionicsequipmentManufacture of major Typhoon assemblies.Aircraft assembly and expansion of the capabilities of aircraft in service with the Royal Air Force and Royal Saudi Air Force.Design and manufacture of sub-assemblies, including the aft fuselage and empennage, in the UK and provision of equipment, including the electronic warfare suite, in the US.We have a significant workshare of the world’s largest defence programme.Development of future air system capabilities, including unmanned air systems, with the potential for a joint unmanned combat air system programme with France.Provision of support to operational capability. We provide maintenance, support and training for Typhoon aircraft in service with the UK and Saudi Arabian air forces.Under the Saudi British DefenceCo-operation Programme, the Group has contracts to provide manpower, logistics and training, as well as training aircraft, including Hawk, and upgrades to Tornado aircraft in Saudi Arabia. We provide support for Hawk aircraft in service in 14 countries.Design and manufacture of avionics equipment across a range of US and other Western military aircraft programmes, including a leadership position in the electronic warfare market.We have been selected by Boeing to design and manufacture a new electronic warfare systems for the US Air Force’s F-15 fleet.Design and manufacture of avionics equipment across multiple commercial aircraft platforms, including engine and flight controls, and cabin and cockpit systems, together with aftermarket support services.We are a major supplier to Boeing.
5 Our key products and services We have strong, established positions supplying defence equipment, electronics and services, and cyber, intelligence and security solutions for governments. We also have a growing position in adjacent commercial markets, including avionics and cyber security.Complex warshipsSubmarinesShip repair andnaval supportWeapon systemsCombat vehiclesCyber securityDesign and manufacture of two 65,000 tonne aircraft carriers and three Offshore Patrol Vessels for the Royal Navy, together with design and anticipated manufacture, of the Royal Navy’s Type 26 frigate programme.The aircraft carriers are expected to complete sea trials in 2017 and 2019, respectively.Design and manufacture of seven Astute Class nuclear-powered attack submarines for the Royal Navy, together with design, and anticipated manufacture of nuclear-powered submarines to carry the UK’s Trident nuclear deterrent.The third of class Astute boat, Artful, is now being operated by the Royal Navy, with the final boat expected to enter service towards the middle of the next decade.Provision of naval and commercial ship repair and modernisation services in the US, UK, Australia, together with support to the navies of the US, UK and Australia.In the US, we have facilities located on the East, West and Gulf coasts, as well as Hawaii, and is investing in new dry dock facilities at the San Diego shipyard to support the US Navy’s increased focus onAsia-Pacific operations.Design and manufacture of naval gun systems, torpedoes, radars, naval command and combat systems, artillery systems, missile launchers and , through a 37.5% interest in MBDA, missiles and missile systems.Upgrade of US Army tracked vehicles, including Bradley fighting vehicles, design and manufacture of the US Army’s M109 self-propelled howitzer and Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicle, design, manufacture and support of the CV90 combat vehicle for international customers, and vehicle upgrade and support to the British Army.Delivery of a broad range of services to enable the US military and government to recognise, manage and defeat threats.Support to UK and other government agencies in their intelligence missions. Provision of defence-grade solutions for commercial cyber applications worldwide.
11 Connecting to the BAE Systems Supply Chain PartnershipJoint investment in to new productJSF, Air Craft Carrier, UAV as examples of partnershipBAE Systems supply chainConnect through BAE Systems global partnersDirect subcontractor to BAE SystemsSupplier to our Tier 1,2 & 3 SuppliersOffsetJoint R&DTechnology Licensing
12 BAE Systems Purchasing Policy & How to Become a Supplier Matching Technical Capability to customer requirement is key Supplier management is important because we depend on our suppliers to help us deliver the products and systems our customers need both on time and to the quality they expect.We want to work with our suppliers to match their innovative capabilities with our customers' requirements and we welcome companies from any background or industry where there is a clear opportunity for them to add value.We expect all our suppliers to meet the standards set out in our Code of Conduct and our Responsible Trading Principle.Approach our Korean office directly
13 Co-operation with Korean SME’s InnovationLooking for SME’s who have new technology and ideas for use on BAE Systems platformsIn UK SME’s undertake a lot of our R&D due to speed, focus and ingenuityR&D – Need to understand what R&D capabilities and current programmes we can supportLooking for SME’s whom have ability to support our products in South Korea and the regionLinkage in to our Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers for both manufacturing and supportOffset programmes play a key part in identifying potential projects and cooperation
15 BAE Systems Innovation & R&D Leading UK research groupApprox. 400 researchers across the businessOver £1bn a year spent on R&DPartnerships undertaken with Governments, Military, Academia & Supply ChainOur interest is on defence applications leaving partner to exploit civil market.SME’s are key our R&D capability such as NAVSOP in MalaysiaApplied Intelligence LabsMicro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)Stealth Materials Manufacturing
16 Applied Intelligence Labs Abnormal behaviour detection & video analyticsBio-inspired technologyBody-worn electronicsComputational engineering & fluid dynamicsCounter IED, detection & neutralisationHuman SciencesImpact dynamics modelling and testingLess than lethal deterrentsMicro & nanotechnology and smart materialsPhotonics and laser technologiesRadar & antenna developmentReducing the burden on the dismounted soldierStealth technology and materialsTechnologies for covert & secure operationsUnmanned, intelligent systems
17 Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre (ATC) offers a comprehensive capability in MEMS to both industry and academia providing concept guidance, through to detailed design, fabrication and prototype / product evaluation.mInertial sensing and modellingRF MEMSOptical MEMSElectromagneticsFluidics and MicrofluidicsExtensive Mathematical Modelling FacilityEnvironmental sensing (including extensive corrosion work programme)Biological: BioMEMS, BioSensors and agent handling.Chemical sensors and chemical monitoringMaterial Science and Metallurgy – advanced coatingsAdvanced Information Processing and data fusion from MEMS sensorsLow power consumption and renewable sourcesOur design skills and fabrication capability is available to commercial customers. This means you can access our wealth of experience gained in successfully developing and commercialising MEMS devices.Bone Conduction Technology
18 Stealth Materials Manufacturing World leading capability that can be licensed or support development of Korean technologiesELASTOMERS Used for EMI and RCS reduction, our elastomeric absorbers are available in a range of base materials for use in different environments. Products are based on magnetic or dielectric loss mechanisms and offer narrow, dual, triple or wide-band performance. FOAMS Available as open cell reticulated foams, rigid polyurethane or syntactic foams. Our foam absorbers are manufactured with graded loss for wide-band absorption or uniform loss for use in multi-layer absorbers. COATINGS Spray-able Microwave absorbent coating system for use on composite or metallic structures. FABRICS A range of tough, water-resistant fabrics with wide-band RF Absorbing performance. Applications include equipment covers, temporary screens and clothing.HONEYCOMB A light weight, wide-band radar absorber which can be manufactured in a range of configurations. STRUCTURAL RAM Structural radar absorbing components can be produced using a range of reinforcement fibers and manufacturing techniques that make these products lightweight and highly resistant to harsh environmental conditions. FREQUENCY SELECTIVE MATERIALS Design and manufacture of Frequency Selective Materials(FSS) structures for radomes and adaptive stealth. TEST HOODS A range of high power absorbing test hoods for radar and antenna systems that aid operator safety & security emissions are custom made to customer requirements. LOW LOSS MATERIALS A low loss resin system (RP13) and associated pre-preg (PPR2) for use in transparent structures such as radomes.
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