MSPO 2022: Head of Ukraine's largest ‘military' foundation identifies Kyiv's requirements

by Nicholas Fiorenza

Taras Czmut, head of Ukraine‘s largest ‘military' foundation, ‘Come Back Alive', identified Kyiv's requirements to counter Russian invaders during a press briefing on the first day of the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO 2022 being held in Kielce from 6 to 9 September. The briefing for Polish journalists was conducted in Ukrainian with consecutive interpretation into Polish and into English personally for Janes as the only non-Polish media present.


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DX Korea 2022: LIG Nex1 unveils ‘Drone Launched Missile'

by Andrew White

LIG Nex1 has unveiled its 'Drone Launched Missile' concept (pictured above) at the DX Korea 2022 exhibition in Goyang. (Janes/Andrew White)

LIG Nex1 has unveiled a tactical precision-strike concept at the DX Korea 2022 exhibition being held in Goyang from 21 to 25 September.

The ‘Drone Launched Missile' concept, designed for small unit teams in the Republic of Korea Army (RoKA), features a small vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), equipped with a reduced form factor targeting pod and armed with four miniature missiles.

A LIG Nex1 spokesperson told Janes


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AAD 2022: Havelsan exhibits indigenously designed autonomous Baha UAV

by Akshara Parakala

The Baha UAV developed by Turkey's Havelsan on show at AAD 2022. (Janes/Akshara Parakala)

Turkey's Havelsan exhibited its latest iteration of indigenously developed fixed-wing vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) swarm-capable autonomous Baha unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) at the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2022 expo, held from 21 to 25 September, in South Africa.


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AAD 2022: Denel debuts Loki aerial target

by Akshara Parakala

The Loki is to be developed as a technology demonstrator. (Janes/Akshara Parakala)

Making its debut at the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2022 expo in South Africa was a mock-up of Denel Aerospace Systems' high-speed recoverable aerial target, Loki.

Under development driven by the requirements of the Armaments Corporation of South Africa (ARMSCOR), the procurement agency of the South African Department of Defence (DoD), and the South African Air Force (SAAF), Loki is to be developed as a technology demonstrator.


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