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    Key Points IRIS-T-SLS integration is a private industrial initiative from Diehl/WZU Diehl BGT Defence is already offerings its IRIS-T-SLM interceptor for Poland's NAREW requirement Diehl BGT Defence of Germany has teamed with Wojskowe Zaklady Uzbrojenia (WZU) from Poland's PGZ consortium to

  • ApolloShield develops new counter-UAV system

    Israeli company ApolloShield has developed a new counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAV) system designed to detect, identify, and defeat illicit UAVs. Formerly known as AirFence, the eponymously-named ApolloShield system detects UAVs using acoustic, optical, and/or radio sensors, before commanding

  • CACI focuses SkyTracker on countering small UASs

    Key Points SkyTracker picks up the RF signal between the SUAS controller and platform A system consists of four passive sensors that can cover tens of square kilometres Concerns about the global threat from small unmanned aircraft systems (SUAS), particularly in the United States as the air space

  • AFA 2016: Rockwell Collins readies Wideband HF technology for satellite denied environments

    Rockwell Collins has demonstrated a new wideband high frequency (HF) communications capability that can provide non-satellite beyond line of sight (BLOS) communications. Brad Haselhorst, vice president, strategy and business development government systems for Rockwell Collins, told IHS Jane's at

  • AFA 2016: Lockheed Martin IRST pod completes F-15C flight testing

    Lockheed Martin's Legion Pod, a modular infrared search-and-track (IRST) sensor package, completed its first flight test on the Boeing F-15C Eagle, a company official said during a 19 September press briefing. First flight took place on 27 June, Don Bolling, director of business development in the

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  • Balancing act: Serbian Armed Forces update

    Serbia is one of few countries whose armed forces successfully co-operate with both Russia and the West, but while Belgrade insists on military neutrality, just how much longer this will be tolerated remains to be seen. Gerrard Cowan reports
  • Evolution by increments

    The US Army is, for the most part, moving cautiously ahead with a variety of modernisation plans to upgrade and evolve its equipment and structures. Daniel Wasserbly reports
  • Russia increases use of Ukraine cyber proxies

    Russia's cyber operations in Ukraine are increasingly dependent on criminal proxies. Lincoln Pigman examines what this means for cyber security in Ukraine and beyond.
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  • Proposed solutions delivered for major JORN upgrade

    The two companies competing to undertake major upgrade of Australia's Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN) long-range radar network have delivered their proposed solutions to the Department of Defence (DoD), informed sources confirmed to IHS Jane's on 5 September. BAE Systems Australia and
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