High Eye Secures Dutch Navy Contract for Airboxer VTOL UAV

High Eye proudly announces a major achievement in its journey of innovation: the Dutch Navy has selected the Airboxer VTOL UAV after a comprehensive evaluation of maritime VTOL systems. This marks a significant milestone, showcasing the Airboxer’s capability to meet the rigorous demands of maritime operations.

Decade of Development and Excellence

The Airboxer VTOL UAV has undergone over ten years of meticulous development, resulting in a versatile and robust platform tailored for challenging maritime environments. The Dutch Navy’s recognition of the Airboxer’s advanced features and High Eye’s expertise underscores the UAV’s readiness for deployment.

Joost de Ruiter, CEO of High Eye, stated, “The selection of the Airboxer by the Dutch Navy is a significant milestone for High Eye. We are committed to fostering a long-term partnership with the Dutch Navy. Integrating various payloads and embedding them into naval operations will enhance our collaboration and push our capabilities to new heights.”

International Recognition and Expansion

Winning the international tender from the Ministry of Defense and signing a contract with the Royal Navy is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the High Eye team. This achievement not only rewards the team’s efforts but also positions High Eye to expand its international presence, especially among prestigious NATO clients.

“We are honored to have secured this contract and look forward to a productive collaboration with the Dutch Navy,” added de Ruiter. “This partnership is an encouragement to continue our innovation and development in the UAV industry.”

About High Eye

High Eye is at the forefront of UAV technology, specializing in the design and manufacturing of advanced vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) systems. With a focus on innovation, High Eye is dedicated to providing top-tier solutions for various operational needs, including maritime and defense applications.

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