NavyX is an exciting new venture designed to bring autonomous systems into naval service quickly to give us that warfighting edge now and into the future.
On May 29, Sikorsky flew a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter retrofitted with a fly-by-wire technology kit.
Take a walk around the F-35 with Lockheed Martin F-35 test pilot Tony “Brick” Wilson, the first pilot to conduct an F-35C arrested landing.
In a burst of fire and smoke, Royal Navy warship HMS Defender has tested her world-beating missile system off the coast of Scotland.
DIO is investing £30m into preparing HMNB Portsmouth for the Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales.
In a series of ground-breaking flight trials that took place in the skies above north-west Wales, the MAGMA unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) demonstrated two innovative flow control technologies, which could revolutionise future aircraft design.
Sikorsky Test Pilot John Rucci shares about the CH-53K’s test progress and how the King Stallion will ensure mission success for the US Marine Corps.
Raytheon’s suite of counter unmanned aircraft system (CUAS) capabilities defend against agile unmanned threats and larger swarms.
DIO worked with Crown Commercial Service on new frameworks for facilities management contracts across our estate. This new way of working for DIO enables access to a more diverse supplier base & better value for money by leveraging government buying power.