Dutch public broadcasting NOS, various newspapers and radio stations paid attention to Robins contract with the Royal Dutch Air Force.
BNR radio https://www.bnr.nl/nieuws/ondernemen/10331814/vogels-nu-ook-bij-luchtmacht-op-de-radar NPO 1 radio https://www.nporadio1.nl/de-ochtend/uitzendingen NOS https://nos.nl/artikel/2199314-vliegvelden-defensie-krijgen-vogel-radarsysteem.html
The Royal Netherlands Air Force has signed a €7M deal with Robin Radar Systems to provide bird radars for bird strike avoidance at all its air bases in the Netherlands.
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Robin Radar Systems invited Manon Ossevoort as one of the speakers of the To the Max speakers cycle. Manon has set the extreme world record of the first woman to travel from The Netherlands to the South Pole by tractor. On the 18th of October employees and their families were invited to be inspired by Manons story about having a dream and realizing it eventually.
Robin Radar Systems attended the 21st edition of InterAiport Show in Munich, Germany from October 10 to October 13 2017. This international exhibition for airport equipment, technology, design and services ended with a record visitor number of 13.854 trade visitors from 110 countries. Robin Radar Systems exhibited with its own booth surrounded by booths of fellow Birdstrike Alliance partners Bird[...]
This September Robin Radar Systems launched the new bird radar 'Max'. Team Robin Radar thanks the 150 guests representing international airports, air forces and ecological consultancy companies as well as friends, family members and suppliers for joining them at this fantastic evening!
Robin Radar Systems attended Countering Drones LiveDemo from September 19 to September 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. Organized with the official support of the Department for Security and Economy, Government of Geneva, the conference identified the essential improvements to capability and regulation. It was the first event to include a live demonstration of counter drone technologies, hosted on a [...]
Bureau Waardenburg, an independent research and advice consultant in the fields of ecology, nature, the environment and landscape design, serves as launching customer for Max in the Ecology sector. Max is Robin Radar’s new, full 3D bird radar. Bureau Waardenburg is market leader when it comes to radar ornithology. They use bird radar for environmental impact assessments, mostly related to [...]
Robin Radar Systems, Schiphol Amsterdam Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport hosted a Bird Control Event at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. Over 25 next generation airside safety managers who share the responsibility for bird strike prevention at civil airports were brought together at this event. Each participant was challenged to share experiences and able to listen to other airports talk about [...]
Robin Radar Systems attended the 4th Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife impacts (CWW), held in Estoril, Portugal from September 6 to September 8 2017. Robin Radars Systems introduced its new, full 3D bird radar Max to the international delegates representing private public companies, universities, professional groups and governmental agencies worldwide. On Wednesday night Robin Radar Systems[...]
On December the 4th, ROBIN radar was mentioned in a specific program about the miracle on the Hudson on French National television channel BFM TV. Please view the shortened version of this program (In French only)
On September 29th, the 100 most innovative companies of the Netherlands have been presented in Eindhoven. The top 100 list is composed every year by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce. Robin Radar Systems BV has gained the 1st position in the list of 100 most innovative Dutch companies 2016 in the region Zuid Holland and has been awarded the 2nd position nationally.
On september 14th ROBIN Radar Systems demonstrated its drone detection capabilities at the Drones Innovation Day at Airport Twente, organized by the Ministry of Security & Justice and the Dutch Government. ROBIN previously became number one in the innovation challenge with the Elvira drone detection and tracking radar. The minister of Security and Justice, Ard van de Steur, opened the day for [...]
On June 24th Mr. Michiel de Leeuw joined ROBIN. Michiel will be responsible for training and documentation and formerly worked as a senior training specialist for NLR (Netherlands Aerospace Centre).
Michiel will officially start from September 1st.
We welcome him in our team !.
On June 24th Mrs. Gwenny Gartz joined the ROBIN team as new employee. Gwenny will support sales as well as have office manager responsibilities. She previously worked for many years for L'Oreal Netherlands in a similar job function. Gwenny will start as from September 1st.
We welcome her on board of our team !
ROBIN Radar Systems will attend the Dutch Wind Energy days from June 15th to 16th at the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. You can find ROBIN at boothnumber 45.
This years theme is: 'Wind: Leading the Energy Transition'
The event will consist of an exhibition where companies and organisations showcase their products and services as well as conference with leading speakers from the [...]
From June 8th to the 9th, ROBIN Radar Systems will attend the British-Irish Airports Expo which is being held at the NEC Conference Centre in Birmingham, UK. you can find ROBIN and its partners at boothnumber E11.
Robin Radar Systems will be present at the Dutch Pavillion (Hall 6 – J248) at Eurosatory all week. Come and meet us to discuss your drone detection needs.
ELVIRA®, our drone detection and tracking radar, launched in April this year and the first production run sold out immediately.
Expanding rapidly throughout Europe and the rest of the world, we’re growing our sales network [...]
John Bremner joins ROBIN for the drone detection radar business John joined ROBIN Radar Systems in April 2016. His key area of responsibility is international business development for the rapidly expanding drone detection radar market.
Prior to joining the ROBIN team, John was a major contributor in starting up Microflown AVISA, producing innovative acoustic threat detection systems for the [...]
One of the first 'ELVIRA' drone radars has been sold to German company ESG from Munich. ESG is a system integrator company which offers a fully integrated drone detection and counter measures solutions. ROBIN and ESG already had a good cooperation prior the procurment of the 'ELVIRA' drone radar, as they both partnered at the G7 summit in Bavaria last year.
The contract was signed in Munich on [...]
From February 2nd to 4th ROBIN radar attended The Unmanned Systems Expo (TusExpo) in the Worldforum in The Hague, The Netherlands TusExpo 2016. This Expo is a dedicated and focused business platform bringing together global companies form the entire Unmanned Systems supply chain with customers and end users. This event provides opportunities for cooperation in the international Unmanned Systems [...]
Wintery conditions embraced Europe in January and that caused skiing fever among the ROBIN team. As a spontaneous action some of the more sporty members loaded their skies and snowboards into the ROBIN van and went for a short skiing trip to nearby Winterberg in Germany on January 21st and 22nd.
On November 26th ROBIN personnel attended the annual team day, which was held in the former building of the Dutch Airforce headquarters in The Hague. During the day the management team of ROBIN presented the strategic plans and shared news ideas for 2016. The ROBIN employees were given the opportunity to respond to these ideas and give their own active contribution. The intense day was closed with[...]
On Ocotber 30th 2015, ROBIN Radar systems BV was one of the finalists at the Dutch Accenture Innovation Awards. ROBIN was nominated into two categories, (travel and transportation and Safe and Secure Society) for its innovatieve technology applied in the development of its new UAV-detection and classification radar 'Elvira'.
The Accenture Innovation Awards is a annual competition for progressive[...]
ROBIN Radar attended in joint cooperation with Securitas, a security conference organised by The Association of Flemish Municipalities. This conference was held in the Flemish city of Mechelen, Belgium on September 22nd 2015. Attendees were delegates from the Belgium police, security forces, national and local governmental officials and mayors from mayor Flemish cities. Topic was how local [...]
ROBIN completed a short UK demonstration tour with one of its mobile radar trailers from September 7th to 11th. Demonstrations of the radars bird detection capabilites as well as practical applications at airfields were given at the RAF Weapons range at Holbeach as well as Bae-systems at Warton. Various representatives from airports form the midlands and central England, as well as the RAF and [...]
ROBIN Radar Systems attended the Inter Airport Show in Munich, Germany from Oktober 6th to 9th 2015. ROBIN exhibited collectively with its partners Bird Control Group and Clear Flight Solutions. As all three companies are Dutch, this resulted in a mini Holland pavillion in Hall 4 at the Inter Airport show, where guests where welcomed with Dutch hospitality and.
The three companies offer [...]
On September 1st 2015 ROBIN attended the seminar Infopol of the Belgian national police at Voorkempen, Belgium. ROBINS CEO Mr. Siete Hamminga has given a presentation about the latest technologies in drone detection and introduced the Elvira drone detection radar to the attendees.
At the Dubai airport show the Birdstrike Alliance stand was visited by HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al Maktoum of Dubai on May 10th. As uncle to the present ruler of Dubai, HH Mohammed bin Saeed al Maktoum, he is president of the Dubai Department of Civil Aviation, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and Chief Executive of the Emirates group.
HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al Maktoum officially [...]
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ROBIN develops radar systems that are specifically designed to track small objects like birds and bats. ROBIN systems are used by military and civil airports to prevent collisions between birds and planes. Ecologists and Energy companies use ROBIN radar systems to assess and mitigate the environmental impact of wind farms on birds....