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  • 15/09The German Navy is set to get 5 new Braunschweig-class corvettes from a consortium of domestic shipyards in a deal set to exceed $2 Bn
  • 14/09India’s state-owned OFB expects to receive an order in early 2018 to licence-build a total of 700 T-90S MBTs
  • 12/09Russian MoD unveils T-90M and T-80BVM new MBTs
  • 11/09Boeing wins SES order for 7 medium earth orbit satellites
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  • 21/09A Korean corruption scandal could derail Lockheed Martin bid for the USAF’s T-X program, which is based on KAI’s T-50 jet trainer
  • 21/09China, Russia to co-develop engine for LRWBA future Long-Range Widebody
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  • 18/09Northrop Grumman will acquire Orbital ATK for approximately $9.2 Bn
  • 18/09Qatar has signed a LoI to buy 24 Eurofighter Typhoons in addition to the 36 F-15 QA and 24 Rafales already bought
  • 16/09Boeing has confirmed it will step up production of the 787 to 14 per month in 2019
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  • 12/09Russian MoD unveils T-90M and T-80BVM new MBTs
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  • 21/09 Turkish Airlines said it intends to order 40 Boeing 787-9
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  • 21/09China, Russia to co-develop engine for LRWBA future Long-Range Widebody
  • 20/09Lockheed Martin has announced a new system of satellite buses that include both high-powered and nano-satellites
  • 20/09Airbus delivered the initial jetliner from its new A330 Completion and Delivery Centre in Tianjin, China
  • 18/09Northrop Grumman will acquire Orbital ATK for approximately $9.2 Bn
  • 18/09Qatar has signed a LoI to buy 24 Eurofighter Typhoons in addition to the 36 F-15 QA and 24 Rafales already bought
  • 16/09Boeing has confirmed it will step up production of the 787 to 14 per month in 2019
  • 15/09ESA signs up as Ariane 6 inaugural customer with 2 Galileo missions
  • 15/09North Korea test-fires another Hwaseong-12 IRBM missile that overflies Japan
  • 15/09The German Navy is set to get 5 new Braunschweig-class corvettes from a consortium of domestic shipyards in a deal set to exceed $2 Bn
  • 14/09India’s state-owned OFB expects to receive an order in early 2018 to licence-build a total of 700 T-90S MBTs
  • 12/09Russian MoD unveils T-90M and T-80BVM new MBTs
  • 11/09Boeing wins SES order for 7 medium earth orbit satellites
  • 22/09Lawmakers warn US government CSeries action could hurt US workers
  • 21/09 Turkish Airlines said it intends to order 40 Boeing 787-9
  • 21/09A Korean corruption scandal could derail Lockheed Martin bid for the USAF’s T-X program, which is based on KAI’s T-50 jet trainer
  • 21/09China, Russia to co-develop engine for LRWBA future Long-Range Widebody
  • 20/09Lockheed Martin has announced a new system of satellite buses that include both high-powered and nano-satellites
  • 20/09Airbus delivered the initial jetliner from its new A330 Completion and Delivery Centre in Tianjin, China
  • 18/09Northrop Grumman will acquire Orbital ATK for approximately $9.2 Bn
  • 18/09Qatar has signed a LoI to buy 24 Eurofighter Typhoons in addition to the 36 F-15 QA and 24 Rafales already bought
  • 16/09Boeing has confirmed it will step up production of the 787 to 14 per month in 2019
  • 15/09ESA signs up as Ariane 6 inaugural customer with 2 Galileo missions
  • 15/09North Korea test-fires another Hwaseong-12 IRBM missile that overflies Japan
  • 15/09The German Navy is set to get 5 new Braunschweig-class corvettes from a consortium of domestic shipyards in a deal set to exceed $2 Bn
  • 14/09India’s state-owned OFB expects to receive an order in early 2018 to licence-build a total of 700 T-90S MBTs
  • 12/09Russian MoD unveils T-90M and T-80BVM new MBTs
  • 11/09Boeing wins SES order for 7 medium earth orbit satellites
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ASDS MEDIA est une agence d'information spécialisée dans l’Aéronautique et le Spatial, la Défense et la Sécurité. Elle regroupe des experts de l’information et de la communication pour développer des concepts innovants au service de ces secteurs d’activité.

ASDS MEDIA a été créée avec le support éditorial de l’agence Aero3A et du réseau développé avec la Presse depuis 2009 grâce au SERVICE+ TV. ASDS MEDIA développe ses activités à partir d'une plateforme internet permanente, créée spécialement pour permettre aux médias de télécharger gratuitement sur une seule et unique plateforme, les vidéos, photos et tous les autres contenus éditoriaux.

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ASDS constitue une révolution dans le monde de l’information et de la communication grâce à son nouveau concept de diffusion gratuite des images vidéo HD mais aussi de tous types de données (photos, infographies, etc) destinées aux télévisions et aux médias.

ASDS MEDIA propose un certain nombre de services complémentaires permettant de produire et de valoriser des contenus d'information. 

ASDS MEDIA est aujourd'hui une agence d'information spécialisée indépendante en plein essor à l'international. Plus de 6.000 journalistes dont plus de 1.700 chaînes de télévision, dans 152 pays sont référencés sur la MediaBank ASDS.