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Written Answers — Defence: Unmanned Air Vehicles (5 September 2014)

Philip Dunne: None. UAV Tactical Systems Ltd, a joint venture company owned by Elbit and Thales, is a sub-contractor of Thales UK, the prime contractor for the Watchkeeper programme. It is the responsibility of prime contractors to select and manage the performance of their sub-contractors.

Written Answers — Defence: Meetings: Security (26 February 2013)

Andrew Robathan: ...Defence Leaders Forum and Dinner organised by PA Consulting March 2011 Gen Sir Mike Jackson Charitable Incorporated Organisation Forum Dinner organised by PA Consulting June 2011 Lt Gen Richard Applegate Elbit Systems capabilities There are no records of any meetings between General Sir Nick Parker and the six listed individuals during the period in question. I can also confirm...

Written Answers — Defence: Elbit Systems (19 November 2012)

Roger Godsiff: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what role Elbit Systems play in (a) the Joint Venture Company set up with Thales UK and (b) the overall development of Unmanned Air Systems in the UK.

Written Answers — Defence: Elbit Systems (25 October 2012)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence which (a) Ministers, (b) civil servants and (c) senior military personnel have worked on contracts between his Department and Elbit Systems since May 2010.

Written Answers — Defence: Elbit Systems (25 October 2012)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what contracts Elbit Systems has agreed with his Department since May 2010; and what the monetary value is of each contract.

Written Answers — Defence: Unmanned Air Vehicles (24 October 2012)

Angus Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence (1) how many crashes there have been with the Elbit Systems Hermes 450 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in (a) the UK and (b) Afghanistan; (2) what recent assessment he has made of the training provided to those who fly the Elbit Systems Hermes 450 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Armed Forces: Aircraft (23 April 2012)

Lord Astor of Hever: ...company directly supplies unmanned air systems (UAS) to the Ministry of Defence. The Hermes 450 UAS is operated by the British Army under a service provision contract awarded to Thales UK in 2007. Elbit Systems, a company based in Israel, provides the UAS assets to Thales UK. Thales UK is also the prime contractor for the Watchkeeper system, which will replace the Hermes 450. UAV Tactical...

Jerusalem (Humanitarian Issues) (26 March 2012)

Alex Cunningham: I think I have given way enough. According to research compiled by the Norwegian Government, Elbit Systems “supplies an electronic surveillance system called Torch for the separation barrier”, yet Elbit Systems benefits from an EU research programme, FP7, which is the EU’s main research funding project. Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories is partially owned by two illegal...

Written Answers — Defence: Unmanned Air Vehicles (24 November 2011)

Peter Luff: ...with a current forecast cost of 53 million. Watchkeeper platforms will be delivered in the first quarter of 2012. Thales (UK) is the prime contractor on the Watchkeeper programme. Major subcontractors include Elbit Systems and UAS Tactical Systems Ltd; however Thales are not developing Watchkeeper as part of a consortium.

Written Answers — Defence: Israel: Unmanned Air Vehicles (15 September 2011)

Peter Luff: ...September 2011 The Hermes 450 Unmanned Air System (UAS) is operated by the British Army under a service provision contract awarded to Thales UK in 2007. The UAS assets are provided to Thales UK by Elbit Systems, a company based in Israel. Since 2007, Hermes 450 has flown the following number of hours on operations: Hours flown 2007 4,180 2008 12,576 ...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Foreign Defence Companies (14 September 2011)

Edward Davey: ...does not specify a level of IP credit. The following defence companies submit a report in accordance with a Letter of Agreement with UK MOD: Boeing EADS Raytheon/ Lockheed Martin (Joint Programme) Elbit L-3 Communications.

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (7 July 2011)

Peter Luff: The Watchkeeper Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) is being developed and manufactured at UAV Tactical Systems Ltd, the Thales UK/Elbit Systems joint venture company site in Leicester. Flight trials are currently taking place at Parc Aberporth, West Wales and it is planned that Watchkeeper will deploy to Afghanistan with an initial operating capability at the end of this year. The cost of the...

Written Answers — Defence: Unmanned Air Vehicles (26 January 2009)

Quentin Davies: ...1 In addition to the systems listed above, the Hermes 450 UAS was declared In Service in July 2007. The Hermes 450 is not owned by MOD but is provided through a service provision contract with a Thales/Elbit consortium. The ongoing Watchkeeper tactical UAS procurement programme, worth about 900 million, began in 2005.

Written Answers — Defence: Elbit (23 May 2006)

Nick Harvey: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what assessment he made of the ethical credentials of Elbit prior to awarding the UK Watchkeeper contract to the company.

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: Watchkeeper (20 July 2005)

John Reid: .... We plan to deliver this capability incrementally from 2010. Thales Defence Ltd is an international company directly employing some 11,000 people in the UK. It leads a strong international team including Elbit Systems Ltd, Cubic Defence and Boeing. Thales will lead on systems integration and bring considerable experience in sensors and command and control systems to the programme. Thales...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (10 February 2003)

Lord Bach: .... The Northrup Grumman team includes BAE Systems, Detica Limited, General Dynamics UK Limited, STAYSYS Limited and Ultra Electronics Limited. Thales (UK)'s team includes Aerosystems International, Elbit Systems Limited and QinetiQ. Both selected bidders have indicated that they intend to complete the bulk of work in the UK, although it is too early at this stage to be precise regarding the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: Watchkeeper Project (7 February 2003)

Mr Geoff Hoon: .... The Northrop Grumman team includes BAE Systems, Detica Limited, General Dynamics UK Limited, Staysys Limited and Ultra Electronics Limited. Thales (UK)'s team includes Aerosystems International, Elbit Systems Limited and QinetiQ. Both selected bidders have indicated that they intend to complete the bulk of work in the UK, although it is too early at this stage to be precise regarding the...

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