• A quiet revolution [CS19D1]

    Soucy Defense’s (Booth 225) composite rubber track (CRT) technology has found application on many armoured vehicles across different weight categories, providing increased durability and less noise and vibration compared with conventional steel tracks.

  • Learning to reason [CS19D1]

    As machines grow increasingly complex, new approaches are required. Errors not detected in the early stages of design can lead to massive oversights, catastrophic failures, and even loss of life down the line. The goal of QRA Corp is to answer a question: will this system work as it has been designed and programmed to work, and will it do what it is supposed to do, and not do what it’s not supposed to do?

  • Enhanced marksmanship skills [CS19D1]

    Meggitt Training Systems (Quebec) (Booth 211) will conduct demonstrations of its industry-leading simulators and live-fire solutions during CANSEC.

  • Trucks for all [CS19D1]

    Mack Defense (Booth 1733), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mack Trucks and part of the Volvo Group, is highlighting the ongoing delivery of its Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) Standard Military Pattern (SMP) trucks to Canada, on which it is working with key strategic Canadian partners, including Prevost, Dumur Industries, EODC, Marshall Aerospace and Link Suspensions of Canada (Raydan Division).

  • Reliable threat warning [CS19D1]

    Hensoldt (Booth M12), Germany’s leading independent sensor house in the civil and military markets, is showcasing its new radar warning system, Kalaetron RWR, which is claimed to revolutionise the protection of aircraft and helicopters from radar-guided weapons.

  • US approves torpedo sale [CS19D1]

    Canada is planning to modernise its lightweight torpedo inventory through a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) deal with the US government.

  • Finding the range [CS19D1]

    Toronto-based Newcon Optik is presenting its latest laser rangefinders and advanced electro-optical products at this year’s show, on Booth 1024.

  • Tailored intrusion detection [CS19D1]

    CCX Technologies (Booth A2, Innovation Hub) has unveiled its SystemX onboard cyber defence and security platform for military users here at CANSEC.

  • DND takes full helmet options [CS19D1]

    Canada’s Department of National Defence (DND) has issued full options on a C$33 million combat helmet contract with Canadian armour technology manufacturer NP Aerospace (Booth 1731).

  • Freedom in communications [CS19D1]

    New connector technology is a critical element of the rapidly expanding market for wired tactical vests. One such solution is the new Freedom series LP360 connector from Fischer Connectors (Booth 525).

  • Anti-jam in smaller package [CS19D1]

    NovAtel (Booth 513), a pioneer in end-to-end solutions for assured positioning for land, sea and air, has announced an addition to its GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) portfolio: the GAJT-410ML.

  • Coat of many colours [CS19D1]

    Gatineau, Quebec-based Prizma (Booth 124) is a powder coating and painting company specialising in custom coatings for high-tech, military, aerospace, commercial, residential and public customers. It possesses a Controlled Goods Certificate and its paint specialists are approved for Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) application.

  • Remarkable sensitivity [CS19D1]

    INO (Booth 1533) is presenting its MICROXCAM-384i-MLWIR, which it claims provides twice the sensitivity of comparable products by other manufacturers.

  • CANSEC 2019 Show Daily site

    The two-day trade show will be held on 29 -30 May at the EY Centre, located at 4899 Uplands Drive in Ottawa. This page will be covering as every year since 2014, news live from the show.