• SODA-v counter sniper detection system to enter production

    South Korea’s Jain Technology has completed development of its SODA-v counter sniper detection system (CSDS), and it is scheduled to enter production in 2019 for an undisclosed customer. For ground-based applications, the CSDS sensor array is installed on a tripod with adjustable legs,

  • Fibrotex selected to produce US Army’s Next-Generation Ultra-Light Camouflage Netting System

    The US Army has selected Fibrotex USA Inc to manufacture the services Next-Generation Ultra-Light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS) to protect soldiers from electromagnetic threats. In a 7 November announcement, the company said it had secured a 10-year contract valued at USD480 million and would

  • USN eyes infrastructure upgrades for refuelled Los Angeles-class submarines

    The US Navy (USN) is preparing to upgrade pier facilities to accommodate refuelled Los Angeles (SSN 688)-class nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs), Admiral Frank Caldwell, Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion, said on 7 November during the Naval Submarine League’s Annual 36th Symposium

  • Czech Army introduces new mobile ELINT system

    The Czech Army has unveiled a prototype of a new mobile electronic intelligence (ELINT) system called the (Direction Finding and Measuring Radar Searcher SRTP). The fully passive system, developed by military research institute VVÚ Brno, provides broadband seeking, detection, and

  • Bittium wins orders for ‘Tough SDR’ on Spanish vehicles

    In September 2018, Bittium secured a contract to supply Tough software defined radio (SDR) transceivers for the Spanish wheeled combat vehicle (Vehiculo de Combate sobre Ruedas: VCR) project that is progressing with technology demonstration platforms, according to Bittium. Bittium, a Finnish

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  • 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