Recent Articles

Demonstrating the ILIAS I-HUMS SYSTEM for the CV90

BAE Hägglunds and ILIAS Solutions share the same vision on Health and Usage Monitoring systems. Introducing more intelligent health and usage information will increase the added value of an OEM towards their military customers. Currently, both parties have teamed up to demonstrate this added value by creating a valid insight into the correlation between usage and the incurred maintenance.


Effective ammunition management from warehouse to operation

Weapons and ammunition are as such a material type with a wide diversity in terms of complexity and use, for example, a bullet next to the guided missile. These complex items require a real-time transparency of processes and many other specificities as demonstrated in a recent research report by Rand about supply chain for training ammunition.

Throughout this article, we will raise some issues that we think are major and how the ILIAS platform offers an instrument to support weapons and ammunition management.


F-35 : Memorandum of Agreement between ILIAS Solutions and Lockheed Martin

F-35: Memorandum of Agreement between ILIAS Solutions and Lockheed Martin

After a Memorandum of Understanding in 2015, ILIAS Solutions has recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Lockheed Martin that comes after almost three years of a fruitful cooperation. This MoA covers the future partnerships if the Belgian governement decides to replace their F-16s by the F-35s.


20 years of ILIAS at Belgian Defense

On Wednesday 31st of January, we had the pleasure of welcoming several Belgian military officials to celebrate 20 years of ILIAS at Belgian Defense. The current ILIAS success story was only possible thanks to the sustained joint effort of the Belgian Defense and ILIAS Solutions. During the event, we took the opportunity to reconfirm our mutual commitment to this journey.


ILIAS, the European backbone for F-35 spare parts distribution

ILIAS is now the European backbone for F-35 spare parts distribution

A few weeks ago, the US Department of Defense has announced that the Netherlands will be responsible for storage, management and shipping of spare parts of over 400 F-35s in Europe. The Royal Netherlands Air Force Logistics Center Woensdrecht (LCW) will be the main responsible for the storage of the spare parts with the participation of more than 70 companies including ILIAS Solutions.