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  • Belarusian firm develops Mirage electronic self-defence system

    The Minsk-based Defense Initiatives is developing a new electronic self-defence system for ground-based vehicles and fixed installations. The Mirage is specifically designed to jam airborne sensors operating in any surface surveillance modes including ground-mapping, side- and forward-looking, and

  • US Army integrating night vision, thermal optics for weapons targeting

    The US Army in the next two years is scheduled to begin delivering new soldier- and weapons-borne optics to ease target acquisition for riflemen. Family of Weapon Sights – Individual (FWS-I) is a weapon-mounted long-wave infrared sensor that provides imagery, including a reticle boresighted,

  • Saab, Lockheed Martin partner for new US Army laser training system

    Saab and Lockheed Martin will deliver a next-generation Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) system as part of the US Army’s live training modernisation programme. The Instrumentable-Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (I-MILES) Vehicle Tactical Engagement Simulation System (VTESS)

  • Aselsan opens Malaysian venture

    Turkey’s military electronics company Aselsan announced on 24 July that it had established a company in Malaysia under the name of Aselsan Malaysia Sdn Bhd, which will operate on remote-controlled weapons systems. The company is 100% owned by Aselsan, it said in a statement submitted to

  • Guardion enters C-UAS fray

    Kostas Tigkos Capitalising on its successful first steps into the counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market, Rohde & Schwarz has teamed up with ESG and Diehl to expand and enhance the Ardronis suite into a new product line under the Guardion designation. The new system includes a wide range

  • Brazilian marines to introduce new C4ISR kit for vehicles, dismounts

    The Brazilian Navy Marine Corps (Corpo de Fuzileiros Navais: CFN) plans to implement a new C4ISR suite purchased from Israel’s Elbit Systems, and expects to receive the system in second half on 2018, the navy told Jane’s . It will be deployed at command sites; by dismounted troops;

  • Ukraine orders Polish night-vision devices for armoured vehicles

    Polish company PCO signed a EUR750,000 (USD840,000) deal on 26 June with Ukrinmash, part of Ukrainian state concern UkrOboronProm, for the delivery of passive night-vision devices for Ukrainian armoured vehicles. Contract negotiations began in 2015. The Polish devices had to be tested and qualified

  • Meggitt unveils new Stryker desktop trainer

    Meggitt Training Systems unveiled a new desktop training system for Stryker vehicle crew at the annual CANSEC conference in Ottawa. The new training system includes stations for driver, gunner, and commander, which can interface with each other for a fully integrated training mission. There is also

  • Egyptian S-300VM SAM delivery confirmed

    The delivery of the Almaz-Antey S-300VM mobile long-range air defence system from Russia to Egypt was confirmed on 6 June by a photograph posted on the vk.com Russian social media website. The image showed 9M82-series missile canisters being unloaded from a general cargo ship at a location that

  • LACS launches new TES system

    Italy's Laser Advanced Combat System (LACS) has developed an eponymous laser-based tactical engagement simulation (TES) for live force-on-force training. The system - which was launched at the 2017 International Training and Education Conference (ITEC) in Rotterdam - has the usual configuration of

  • NCSIST showcases new vehicle surveillance system

    The National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) of Taiwan has unveiled its indigenously developed Panoramic Vehicular Sighting System (PaVIS). The system has been designed for installation on tracked and wheeled armoured fighting vehicles (AFV) to provide 360° coverage

  • ITEC 2017: Van Halteren Defence unveils howitzer turret trainer

    Van Halteren Defence has developed a new PzH 2000 self-propelled 155 mm howitzer advanced turret trainer (ATT) for Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) as part of the latter's development of an indirect fire support tactical training centre for Qatar, which was revealed at the 2017 International Training and

  • Havelsan opens counter-terrorism training showcase

    Havelsan has recently established a counter-terrorism training and simulation technologies centre to showcase a number of live and virtual training solutions, including a precise tracking system for urban operations training. The centre, at Havelsan's Ankara headquarters, includes a demonstration

  • IDEF 2017: Deployed Taiwanese AFV laser warning receiver details emerge

    Details have emerged at the IDEF 2017 defence exhibition in Istanbul of a deployed laser warning receiver (LWS) currently in service on armoured fighting vehicles (AFV) with the Republic of China Army (RoCA). Developed by the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST), the LWS

  • Indra, Thales to upgrade Lince BMS in Spanish tanks

    Indra Sistemas and Thales are preparing to jointly upgrade the existing Lince battlefield management system (BMS) for the Spanish Army's main battle tank (MBT) fleet and extend its use to other vehicles. Indra has confirmed it is already in advanced talks with the army and that a contract is

  • Xponential 2017: Carnegie Robotics and Swift Navigation partner to develop ruggedised GNSS receiver

    Carnegie Robotics and Swift Navigation have unveiled a new GNSS receiver at Xponential 2017 in Dallas, Texas. Duro is an enclosed, ruggedised, multiband, multiconstellation GNSS receiver with centimetre accuracy. It can be fitted onto any type of ground vehicle. The Piksi multi module within Duro

  • US military begins moving THAAD components to South Korean deployment site

    The United States military began moving key components of a battery of its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system to a deployment site in South Korea amid protests from residents and criticism from China. Local media reports showed images of a M1088-series Family of Medium Tactical

  • Tomahawk strike in Syria stokes debate about performance of Russian air defences

    The US Navy's ability to hit Syria's Al-Shayrat Air Base with a large number of Raytheon RGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles (TLAMs) on 7 April raised questions about the capabilities of Russia's air defence systems, specifically its current frontline long-range system: the Almaz-Antey S-400

  • US Army to field test soft-kill capability for MAPS by end of 2017

    Lockheed Martin has demonstrated the ability to integrate its Open Architecture Processor (OAP) with sensors designed to protect US Army armoured vehicles against anti-tank guided missiles. The laboratory integration effort is the first step towards conducting a field demonstration of the army's

  • US Army begins the hunt for a spectrum of new robotic systems

    The US Army is expected to issue a request for proposals (RFP) in April or May for the Common Robotic Systems (CRS) - Individual (I). "The CRS-I will provide the dismounted warfighter with the capability to conduct lower level reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition; remotely

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