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  • A glimpse into the future of warships [DSEI15, D4]

    A futuristic concept for a radical surface warship with an advanced low-manned operations room is being showcased on the Startpoint stand (S10-280) in DSEI’s Naval Zone. Startpoint is a collective brand that has been created to capture the UK’s evolving approach to maritime mission

  • Cruise missile advance [DSEI15, D4]

    Lockheed Martin and Turkish missile house Roketsan signed a contract to co-operatively develop the SOM-J autonomous, long-range, low-observable, all-weather precision air-to- surface cruise missile for integration into the weapons bay of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II multirole fighter. A

  • Premier airburst [DSEI15, D4]

    Following a successful demonstration at the Aimpoint Live Fire Days at Ravlunda Range in Sweden earlier this month, Nammo is unveiling its new 40mm x 53 high-explosive dual-purpose radio frequency (HEDP-RF) airburst munition. During the Ravlunda trials, the HEDP-RF grenade was demonstrated with a

  • Taking better aim [DSEI15, D4]

    The defence solution division of Curtiss-Wright (Stand S9-231) has announced an innovative upgradable turret aiming and stabilisation drive system. The Turret Drive Servo System (TDSS), which is designed and manufactured by Curtiss-Wright Drive Technology in Switzerland, enables system integrators

  • Short-range air surveillance [DSEI15, D4]

    Aero Surveillance (Stand N8-153) has added a short-range unmanned airborne surveillance system to its portfolio. Known as ASF 15, the system employs an FA 15 UAV that can carry a 2-3kg payload for up to two hours. With a maximum take-off weight of 8.5kg, the FA 15 can be launched by hand or from a

  • Bright and crisp [DSEI15, D4]

    US company Trijicon (Stand N6-150) introduces a new compact red dot sight with its Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO), tough enough for combat, law enforcement, competition shooting or hunting in the harshest of environments. With its large objective lens and shortened optical length, the MRO virtually

  • Containing threats [DSEI15, D4]

    Not only are containers now most useful as accommodation and work spaces, they are also providing innovative protection for the military. Drehtainer GmbH (Stand S6-424) is demonstrating its Zero Shock System at DSEI this week. Managing partner Reinhard Glombek is keen to show how effective its Zero

  • The right mix [DSEI15, D4]

    A new test service has been introduced by Bal Seal Engineering Inc (Stand S2-365), offering original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) verified performance results for Bal Seal spring-energised rotary/face seals used in aerospace and defence gimbal applications. Aerospace gimbals used for targeting,

  • UAV family has many talents [DSEI15, D4]

    Earlier this year, CybAero unveiled a new family of rotary-wing UAVs. The APID One family employs a common air vehicle that is tailored to meet the needs of different sectors. APID One is the latest in a series of vertical take-off UAVs developed by CybAero, which as a company grew out of

  • A new wave [DSEI15, D4]

    Delta, British Columbia, Canada-based Analytic Systems (Stand N3-646) has introduced the latest model of its line of Pure Sine Wave Inverters. The SPS3K (Sealed Pure Sine) series inverters (right) feature the same low EMI, low THD sine wave output at a continuous power of 3,000W, as its successful

  • Warrior gets in top gear [DSEI15, D4]

    David Brown Gear Systems (Stand S4-360A in the ADS Pavilion) has been awarded a contract by Lockheed Martin UK to supply a new power take-off (PTO) gear system to drive the upgraded main engine generator (MEG) of the Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), writes Christopher F Foss. The PTO unit

  • Ballistic soap [DSEI15, D4]

    With a view to evaluating the behaviour and effectiveness of projectiles, UK defence technology company SDE (System Design Evaluation) (Stand S4-268) employs hydrocode simulation techniques to model ‘ballistic soap’. Hydrocode modelling techniques provide analysis of ultra-high-speed

  • Kill the fire [DSEI15, D4]

    Detecting and extinguishing a fire in the early stages could minimise or even avoid injury or equipment damage. This is the speciality of Finland-based Mikro-Pulssi (Stand N3-453), whose ExAct Titan fire protection system suppresses fires in vehicles within milliseconds. ExAct Titan automatically

  • Radiation detection training [DSEI15, D4]

    CBRN/hazmat training systems house Argon Electronics (UK) (Stand S4-270) is showcasing its latest radiation detector simulator at DSEI. The ADM-300 simulates the analogue and digital display of the radiation detector, the dose rate of the radioactive material and the status of the meter, with

  • Maple leaf calling card [DSEI15, D4]

    From being a rather modest exhibitor at DSEI, the Canadian presence has grown to a record 65 companies, occupying 6,000 sq ft, in 2015. This is according to CADSI, the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (Stand N4-145). This year, the Canadian government and Royal Canadian Navy

  • Radar innovations [DSEI15, D4]

    API Technologies (Stand S8-100), a provider of high-performance RF, microwave, millimetrewave, power and security solutions, is displaying product offerings for active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, space, security, and defence applications. Highlights include its Subsystem Level