• Turgis and Gaillard Industrie group reveals new electric ammunition loader

    Turgis and Gaillard Industrie group presented its SEFIAM 1602e, a new electric and optionally manned ammunition loader being marketing for export to users of the Dassault Rafale multirole fighter, at the ADS Show in Bordeaux. The SEFIAM 1602e features an electric powertrain and the option of being

  • US Air Force seeks information on DCGS multi-intelligence fusion

    The US Air Force (USAF) is seeking information from industry regarding Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) multi-intelligence (multi-INT) fusion and analytics. The USAF is moving into a new exploitation paradigm called sense, identify, attribute, share (SIAS), which mandates new approaches,

  • Airbus showcases new secure Proteus satcom modem

    Airbus Defence and Space has unveiled a satellite communications (satcom) modem system designed to support military requirements for resilient and secure connectivity. Disclosed for the first time at the Global MilSatCom event in London on 7 November, the dual-purpose ‘Proteus’ modem

  • Elta Systems integrating AI with radars, seeking better image recognition

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) subsidiary Elta Systems has developed new artificial intelligence (AI) systems and is integrating them with radars to upgrade image recognition and classification, a company representative told Jane’s . Isaac Finkelshtein, imagery intelligence manager at Elta

  • Indo Defence 2018: PT Len unveils locally developed air surveillance radar

    Key Points Indonesia is showcasing a locally developed air surveillance radar for the first time The system is undergoing further validations on an island near the country’s maritime boundary Indonesia’s state-owned defence electronics company PT Len has unveiled a locally developed

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  • US Army gears up for Laser Warning Receiver competition

    The US Army is laying the groundwork to test and equip its fleet of ground combat vehicles with a capability to detect incoming laser-guided threats. In a 1 November notice posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, the service said that later this month it would solicit white papers for
  • BAE Systems updates naval combat systems offer

    BAE Systems has debuted a new naval combat systems portfolio designed to improve the company’s competitive position in UK and international markets. Building on a GBP20 million (USD23 million) corporate investment in combat system technologies, the company has announced the brand name INTeGEN
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