Search Results: "[INDODEF16-D2]"

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  • Badak charges [INDODEF16-D2]

    Following trials with a prototype vehicle early in 2016, the Indonesian Ministry of Defence (MoD) placed a contract with local company PT Pindad for an initial batch of 50 Badak (6x6) 90mm Direct Fire Vehicles (DFVs) for the Indonesian Army. Production of these is now under way.

  • Well armed Russian IFV [INDODEF16-D2]

    The Indonesian Marines are displaying one of their latest Russian Kuganmashzavod BMP-3F infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) at Indo Defence 2016.

  • Flying Tiger sharpens claws [INDODEF16-D2]

    The Republic of Korea (ROK) has deployed the Bi Ho (Flying Tiger) twin 30mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG) for many years. The latest version is now operational with the ROK and is called the Hybrid Bi Ho, which is already being offered on the export market by Hanwha Defense Systems (Hall D, Stand 285).

  • China’s latest AAVs [INDODEF16-D2]

    Now that they are operational with the People’s Liberation Army, China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO) (Hall B, Stand 058) has started to market overseas the latest VN18 Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV) and its associated VN16 direct fire version.

  • Petir low-flying missile [INDODEF16-D2]

    PT Sari Bahari is displaying its Petir (Lightning) surface-to-surface missile, which is powered by a small turbojet and has wings to reach a range of more than 45km (28 miles). It employs GPS guidance for employment against fixed targets, and features anti-radar and anti-jamming features. The weapon has been developed entirely in Indonesia.

  • Second sub continues navy modernisation [INDODEF16-D2]

    South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) (Hall D, Stand 294) has officially launched KRI Trisula, the second of three DSME 209 class submarines on order for the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL).

  • Indonesia boosts artillery [INDODEF16-D2]

    The Indonesian Army programme to update its conventional artillery capability with the acquisition of new systems with greater range and accuracy is well under way. Nexter Systems of France has now delivered 37 CAESAR 155mm/52 calibre self-propelled (SP) artillery systems based on a Renault Trucks Defense Sherpa (6x6) cross-country chassis to the Indonesian Army. They are deployed with two regiments – each has 18 systems, plus there is one for training.

  • Step-change in firepower [INDODEF16-D2]

    The Design Office Display of Belarus (Hall A, Stand AP30) has completed development of a new version of its Adunok remote weapon station (RWS) called the Adunok-W.

  • SAGE advice [INDODEF16-D2]

    Indonesia’s air force has just placed into service an Airbus Defence and Space CN235MPA aircraft outfitted with the SAGE electronic support measures (ESM) equipment from Leonardo-Finmeccanica. The aircraft was modified by PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) working with the US special mission integration/ installation specialist Integrated Surveillance and Defense.

  • Missile comes into range [INDODEF16-D2]

    European missile house MBDA Missile Systems (Hall D, Stand 274) is closing in on a deal to supply its VL Mica shipborne point defence missile system for the Indonesian Navy’s two-ship SIGMA 10514 Perusak Kawal Rudal (PKR) frigate programme. The order would bring to seven the number of navies taking VL Mica into service, of which three would be in Southeast Asia.

  • Speed at sea [INDODEF16-D2]

    Building on a heritage in aluminium fast ferry design and construction, Austal (Hall D, Stand 283) is meeting emerging naval requirements for high-speed transport and logistics support craft.

  • Organisational competence [INDODEF16-D2]

    P&C International (Hall A, Stand AP210), based in the US and France, is an international trade show consulting and service provider, officially entrusted by show organisers to recruit for and co-ordinate US, French, Canadian and Brazilian national pavilions.

  • Reducing eye fatigue [INDODEF16-D2]

    Harris Corporation (Hall A, Stand 065) has introduced the new F5032 lightweight night vision binocular that increases a warfighter’s night and low-light capabilities, while helping to reduce eye fatigue on extended missions.

  • Joining forces [INDODEF16-D2]

    US company Steiner (Hall A, Stand 069) has acquired the Sensor Systems Division of The O’Hara Group, which comprises Sensor Technology Systems (STS) and Diffraction Ltd.

  • Battlefield connection [INDODEF16-D2]

    Honeywell (Hall A, Stand 073) has announced that it will offer high-speed, high bandwidth satellite communication for military use.

  • Smart surveillance [INDODEF16-D2]

    Digital Barriers (Hall A, Stand 093) designs, develops, manufactures and sells visually intelligent surveillance technology. Highlighted are its SmartVis non-consensual facial recognition technology, which uses stand-off cameras to identify people against watch lists and can also harvest faces for future analysis.

  • Never blind [INDODEF16-D2]

    British company Thermoteknix (Hall 4, Stand 100) is highlighting its FuseIR Fused Night Vision Technology Demonstrator at Indo Defence 2016.

  • Light Gun aimed at more sales [INDODEF16-D2]

    Nexter Systems (Hall A, Stand 017) is continuing to market the 105mm LG1 Light Gun, which has already been sold to Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.

  • Antasena advances [INDODEF16-D2]

    The Indonesian government is set to give the green light to the development of the Tank Boat concept after the project was given the official name Antasena by vice president Jusuf Kalla and minister of defence Ryamizard Ryacudu on the first day of Indo Defence 2016.

  • Diesel-powered trainer from Russia [INDODEF16-D2]

    Displayed on the United Aircraft Corporation Stand 207 in Hall A in model form is Russia’s latest trainer, the Yak-152. Designed by the Yakovlev Design Bureau and built by the Irkut Corporation, the Yak-152 is a diesel-powered trainer that is being put into production for Russia’s ‘Ptichka VVS’ requirement to equip the DOSAAF military-affiliated aero club organisation.

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