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  • Highly effective solution [ID18D1]

    Being showcased here at Indo Defence for the first time are the first two examples of the Medium Tank (MT), which has been jointly developed over a four-year period by FNSS Savunma Sitermieri of Turkey (Stand A050D) and PT Pindad of Indonesia (Hall B, Stand B345) to meet the operational requirements of the Indonesian Army.

  • End-to-end protection [ID18D1]

    Leonardo (Hall D, Stand D208) is pitching its BriteEye electronic warfare suite to meet an Indonesian air force requirement for a self-protection capability for its BAE Systems Hawk light attack/trainer fleet, building on the SEER capability already installed on board the aircraft.

  • Anka for Indonesia? [ID18D1]

    In an obvious push to further promote its flagship medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to Indonesia, Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI, Stand A050M, Turkey pavilion) has a full-sized model of its Anka on display here at the show.

  • More effective firepower [ID18D1]

    Many countries in the region are now boosting their firepower with the introduction of new towed and self-propelled (SP) artillery systems, tracked and wheeled, and artillery rocket systems (ARSs), which not only have longer ranges but also carry more effective ammunition.

  • More missiles for Thailand [ID18D1]

    Diehl Defence (Hall A, Stand A386) has consolidated its successful co-operation with the Royal Thai Air Force with another contract for the supply of IRIS-T (InfraRed Imaging System – Tail/Thrust Vector Controlled) short-range air-to-air missiles.

  • Reliability, strength and endurance [ID18D1]

    CIMCO Marine’s OXE Diesel high-performance outboard engine is now available in Asia and is being presented here by Tractors Singapore (Hall B, Stand B243), which has been appointed the official distributor for south-east Asia and the Maldives. The China Engineers company is the distributor for mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

  • Radar for small warships, support vessels [ID18D1]

    Thales has unveiled a new dual-axis multibeam active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar designed to provide surveillance and target indication for small warships, offshore patrol vessels and amphibious/afloat support shipping.

  • Regional revival on upward trajectory [ID18D1]

    After many years of delays and setbacks, interest in Indonesia’s indigenous N219 Nurtanio regional turboprop aircraft, named by President Joko Widodo after Nurtanio Pringgoadisuryo, one of the country’s foremost aviation pioneers, is accelerating, now that expected certification is only a few months away, tentatively set for April or May next year.

  • Guarding the seas [ID18D1]

    Danish company Terma (Hall D, Stand D185), a provider of naval command and control systems, including combat management, surveillance, counterterrorism, interdiction, maritime picture compilation, and search and rescue operations, is displaying its C-Flex Command & Control, C-Guard Naval Decoy and Scanter X-band radar systems. Its team here is headed by president and CEO Jens Maaløe and Anupam Narain Mathur, vice president and general manager, Terma Asia Pacific.

  • MMP evaluated in high temperatures [ID18D1]

    MBDA (Hall D, Stand D210) has confirmed that the French Army carried out a successful evaluation of its Missile Moyenne Portée (MMP) anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) in Djibouti between August and September 2018, which proved its ability to operate in a desert environment.

  • Successful test firing for missile [ID18D1]

    The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile was successfully test fired from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur, India, in July to validate its service life extension. Sources at India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) stated that the missile flew in its pre-set trajectory and met its mission objectives.

  • High degree of realism [ID18D1]

    Spain’s Indra (Hall A, Stand A277), a global technology and consulting company in the transport and defence markets, is highlighting its partnership with the Spanish Army in the Helicopter Simulation Centre (CESIHEL), one of the most advanced simulation centres in Europe, especially in the joint tactical training of crews.

  • Proportionate use of force [ID18D1]

    The use of non-lethal technologies permits law enforcement agencies to adopt the principle of the proportional use of force in situations of conflict and public disorder, whose central objective is to reduce lethality, permanent injury and damage to property.

  • Parts at all times [ID18D1]

    Australian company Global Aviation Spares (GAS) (Stand FP308) has been servicing the Indonesian forces for more than a decade through the supply of quality aircraft parts in association with its Indonesian partners. Its wide range of capabilities range from Cessna business aircraft to fighter jets such as the Lockheed Martin F-16 and Sukhoi Su-27/30, through to the Lockheed C-130 Hercules and Boeing C-17 transports.

  • Drones defeated [ID18D1]

    TRD Consultancy (Singapore) (Hall B, Stand BP159) is highlighting its Orion-I MP, a manpack drone detection system, claimed to be the first of its kind in the world.

  • Sharp, clear image [ID18D1]

    Canadian company GSCI (Hall B, Stand B077), a partner of Photonis Technologies, is showcasing its ITAR-free Quadro-G Fusion Goggles, the newest addition to its expansive line-up of advanced detection systems and designed as a counterpart to the Quadro-S Fusion Weapon Sight.

  • Having control [ID18D1]

    Malaysia-based ARS Sejahtera (Hall B, Stand BP141) is offering its TACCOMS C4 system, which was designed to allow a team leader to have complete command and control of his team during tactical operations.

  • Check the magnetic risk [ID18D1]

    Having ‘navalised’ its IT180 mini-drone, France-based ECA Group (Hall A, Stand A25), in association with DCNS (now called Naval Group), has successfully undertaken a first magnetic measurement mission for the Indonesian Navy. The STERNA system is based on the group’s compact, high-performance IT180 mini-UAV VTOL airborne drone featuring a magnetometer and its digitiser.

  • A breath of fresh air [ID18D1]

    UK-based Avon Protection Systems (Hall A, Stand A247) is highlighting the new AvonAir modular chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) respiratory protection.

  • Jam to protect [ID18D1]

    Countering the threat to convoys and personnel of remote-controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) poses a challenge, for which South Africa-based GEW Technologies (Hall B, Stand B83) has a solution: its flagship GMJ9 multirole jammer for convoy protection and the GMJ9000 man-portable system.