IHS Jane's International Defence Review


  • FCLIP demonstrates improved SSDS detect-to-engage co-ordination

    Key Points The live fire test demonstrated the FCLIP software update introduced into the SSDS Mk 2 system RAM Block 2 missiles successfully engaged and killed two supersonic sea-skimming targets A live fire test performed from the United States Navy (USN) Self-Defense Test Ship (SDTS) has

  • CAE outlines Benson roadmap

    CAE is currently considering options to upgrade its Medium Support Helicopter Aircrew Training Facility (MSHATF), located at Royal Air Force (RAF) Benson, UK, as it enters the halfway point in a 40-year support contract with the Ministry of Defence (MoD). The contract, which runs through to 2037,

  • US SOF commanders highlight equipment requirements

    Commanders from across the US Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) have outlined niche technology capability gaps regarding the evolving Contemporary and Future Operating Environments. Addressing delegates at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, Florida, on

  • Cambridge Pixel launches USVx radar display

    Cambridge Pixel has developed new radar display software designed to control radar and tracking functions on unmanned surface vehicles (USVs). The USVx software is designed to enable more efficient operation of USVs from either a support vessel or a coastal facility. USVx provides a graphical user

  • Raytheon UK reveals new man-portable auxiliary power unit

    Raytheon UK has unveiled a new man-portable auxiliary power unit (APU), which is geared for use on vehicles and by special forces troops on the ground. The lightweight Portable Power Generator (PPG) was briefed to journalists at the company's Integrated Power Solutions (IPS) business site in

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