Eurosatory 2022: Milrem Robotics launches new C2 system for unmanned platforms

by Olivia Savage

Milrem Robotics has launched a command-and-control (C2) platform for autonomous systems at the Eurosatory 2022 defence exhibition in Paris.

Speaking to Janes , Johan Persson, head of Systems Engineering for Milrem Robotics, said that the platform integrates unmanned air and ground systems into a composite C2 system, merging and exchanging sensor and effector data from the unmanned payloads to the platform.


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US Army acquisition head eyes tenure priorities, lessons learned from time on Capitol Hill

by Ashley Roque

Douglas Bush (left), then the Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology, and Timothy Goddette (right), at a ceremony at the Detroit Arsenal in Michigan in May 2021. (Ted Beupre)

Douglas Bush's tenure helping guide and craft defence policy from the legislative side of the government is a driving force behind several key priorities guiding his time as the Assistant Secretary of the US Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology, he recently told Janes .


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Meprolight details Tigon hybrid weapon sight features

by Amael Kotlarski

Meprolight Tigon, which was unveiled at Eurosatory 2022. (Meprolight)

Meprolight, part of the SK Group, provided further details of its recently unveiled Tigon hybrid sight at Eurosatory 2022 in Paris.

The Tigon combines a standard red-dot-type sight with a thermal sight in a single unit, with the ability to seamlessly transition from the red dot to the thermal channel.


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ILA 2022: Luftwaffe's electronic attack commitment to NATO slips, as industry showcases solutions for Eurofighter EK

by Gareth Jennings

A full-scale mock-up of the Eurofighter EK (formerly ECR) was displayed at ILA 2022, complete with an electronic attack pod in the foreground. (Janes/Gareth Jennings)

The Luftwaffe's commitment to field an airborne electronic attack (AEA) capability for NATO has slipped by at least three years, with an overdue formal requirement expected to be launched by the Bundeswehr in the coming months.

Industry officials told Janes


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