ILA Berlin is where the global helicopter sector meets. Bundeswehr, industry, research and users will showcase all of the latest helicopter innovations. Manufacturers can touch base with buyers from the military and civilian sectors. To round off the program, the Bundeswehr will present a wide-ranging series of talks for trade visitors and the public alike.
Helicopters: The world of rotary wing aircraft in one place
Industry will showcase the latest helicopter innovations in a dedicated area, which includes an outdoor section. The Bundeswehr along with civilian actors, national airborne search and rescue services and disaster relief workers will show what modern helicopters are capable of – for all of the armed forces. Representatives of the Bundeswehr will also provide information on current defense expenditure programs and new developments in support logistics.
An indispensible role
Modern helicopters can be deployed in a variety of ways:
When equipped with intensive care equipment, helicopters can transport patients requiring ventilators or cardiac support.
Rescue helicopters are able to operate even under extreme weather conditions. For example, they can rescue fallen hikers from crevices.
Police helicopters are equipped with thermal imaging and low-light cameras, which enable nighttime surveillance and observation.
Maintenance of offshore sites
If equipped with the proper equipment, helicopters can transport maintenance technicians and replacement parts to wind energy sites in the open sea.
Military transport and support missions
Helicopters can be deployed in more situations than any other aircraft. That’s why they play a significant role for the air force, army and navy.