C4iSR: Land

Lacroix modifies Galix for integrated vehicle survivability

18 March 2019

France’s Lacroix has integrated a laser warning system into a Galix grenade launcher vehicle-based survivability system. No sales are yet booked, but the system has been integrated on the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE’s) Nimr Ajban 477A 4×4 vehicle.

Designed for a main battle tank (MBT), infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), or armoured personnel carrier (APC), this automatic Galix system would include up to 24 launch tubes to cover 360°, an automatic system control unit (SCU) connected to the vehicle’s electronic architecture, a threat detection system consisting of laser warning receivers and potentially other types of sensors, a global positioning system/and or compass, meteorological sensor, and vehicle harness kit.

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