Defense Electronics, Aerospace & Emerging Technologies



Electronics, Aerospace & Emerging Technologies

Our assumed goal is to build relationships with international players to contribute to Vision 2030’s commitment to accelerate localization of capabilities (R&D, manufacturing, operations, and MRO) in the defense electronics & aerospace domains, in the following fields:



The Cyberwarfare Operations branch of Cyber and Electronic Warfare Division undertakes the research and development of new and novel concepts, technologies, and techniques in order to enable autonomous, resilient, and effective cyber capabilities with an operational edge in the face of ubiquitous encryption, untrustworthy ICT and a highly dynamic and sophisticated threat environment.



Cyber defense is a key module in cybersecurity. By definition, cyber defense is an activity intended to eliminate or mitigate the effects of cyberattacks. Defensive cybersecurity relies on a thorough understanding of a system environment and the way to analyze it in order to detect potential network flaws.
Proactive cyber Security mainly refers to Penetration Testing and Forensics — how and why did the attacker get into the system; whereas defensive cybersecurity deals with the prevention of those attacks — administration, ACS, etc.



H.A.N Piezotronics supplies accelerometers, pressure sensors, microphones, torque and force sensors, and load cells. These products are used for numerous applications, such as gas turbine engines and testing rocket motor combustion instability, cryogenic fuel pulsations, hydraulic pump evaluation, and helicopter health and usage monitoring (HUMS).


Electronic warfare

The Electronic Warfare Operations branch of the Cyber and Electronic Warfare Division is concerned with techniques, technologies, and systems to detect and defeat threats using the electromagnetic spectrum.


Surveillance Systems

The Electromagnetic Battle Management group integrates EW systems, sensors, effectors and battle management tools/concepts within an information systems construct to examine Force-level EW concepts and analyze military systems. Infrastructure in this area includes sophisticated modeling and simulation environments and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)-based distributed EW testbeds.


Avionics Uavs

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). It is targeted towards a wider audience that includes, beginners who need an introduction to the subject; practicing specialist engineers who need to learn about other disciplines; and program managers, bureaucrats, planners, and policymakers who would like to get a holistic picture of the UAV technology.


C4I systems

C4I systems for the armed forces as well as for civil applications, focussing on the integration of the functional chain reconnaissance, command, information assessment, and effect. Command and control are about decision making, the exercise of direction by a properly designated commander over assigned and attached forces in the accomplishment of a mission, and is supported by information technology.


innovating start-ups

Finally, at Ham Al Nakheel, we believe in the potential of partnerships with innovating start-ups (whether local or international).

Our first ambition is to become a catalyst in nurturing innovation within the sector of defense and security.

Indeed, often, Start-up ignores that they are at the heart of technologies with a critical use in the world of defense and security: at Ham Al Nakheel, it is our primary aspiration to support them in unlocking their limitless potential.

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