News from Weibel
Read the latest news updates about our business and the work we’re doing for our customers.
Testing and qualification of Weibel’s radar technology for NATO’s Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) starts now
This week, the US Missile Defence Agency and the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization have signed an agreement to start the third phase of testing and qualification of Weibel’s radar technology for NATO’s Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD).
Weibel is a proud new sponsor of DANSTAR and will support them in the space endeavours
DANSTAR and Weibel Scientific team up. DANSTAR, the Danish Student Association for Rocketry, is managed by 40+ engineering students from DTU. Their overarching goal is to reach space with their rockets designed and produced by them in their spare time.
Thales and Weibel Scientific sign a cooperation agreement strengthening bonds between the Danish and French Defence industry
Thales and Weibel Scientific (a Danish advanced doppler radar manufacturer) today signed a Cooperation Agreement to develop and strengthen the bonds within European defence industry.
Weibel sells radars for DKK 367 million in the financial year 2020/21
Weibel Scientific sets a record for the top and bottom line. As a result, in the last financial year, revenue grew from DKK 324 million to 367 million in 2020/21. At the same time, profit after tax grew by 39 percent from 41 million DKK to 57 million DKK.
Weibel to participate in two European Defence Industrial Development Programs
Earlier this week, The European Commission announced its decision to fund two European Defence Industrial Development Programs (EDIDP 2020) with participation of Weibel Scientific – the SAURON and the e-COLORSS programs.
Weibel Multi-Frequency Doppler Radar tracks rogue Chinese space object approaching Earth
In the days leading up to May 9, 2021, all eyes were on a 21-ton, 30-meter section of a rocket hurtling towards Earth. Space objects usually disintegrate when entering Earth’s atmosphere, but the sheer size of this debris gave greater cause for concern.
Weibel one of four founding fathers of Børneriget Fonden
No child deserves a deathly or chronic disease. This is why we at Weibel want to do our part so that Denmark becomes the leading country in the world when it comes to treatment, prevention and care during a child's hospitalisation.
Weibel tracking radar on its way to Andøya Space Defence
“Working under the midnight sun” in the Arctics. At Weibel we take pride in delivering radars to where our customers want them, and to support the radars wherever they are. This week we’ve delivered a tracking radar to Andøya Space Defence in Norway.
Christian Cappeln joins Weibel as Vice President for Research & Development
To deliver on our ambitious growth strategy, we continue to invest in ambitious people. We are pleased to announce that Christian Cappeln has joined us in the role as Vice President for Research & Development at Weibel.
HEMERIA chooses Weibel tracking radar for network deployment
We are happy to announce that HEMERIA, a French company with a long-standing expertise in the fields of Defense and Space industries, has chosen Weibel’s 36 dB tracking radar for integration in their network of Electro-Optical Tracking Systems.
New record accounts from Weibel
Weibel Scientific has just published its annual accounts, and we are proud to once again be able to present a significant growth in both revenue and number of employees - in two years we have been able to welcome as many as 60 percent more employees.
US Navy orders muzzle velocity radars from Weibel
US Navy has chosen Weibel's muzzle velocity radar for the Ticonderoga-Class Cruisers’ and Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyers’ MK 45 5 inch guns. The vessels are top of the line Aegis ships, and we are very proud to be awarded this contract.
Weibel Scientific signs major contract with KONGSBERG
In November it was announced that Weibel Scientific had just signed a very valuable contract with one of Europe’s leading defense companies KONGSBERG, on delivery of radars for a new mobile Ground Based Air Defense system for the Norwegian Army.