• NeXT gen HMMWV [ES18D1]

    Shown publicly for the first time on Stand B387 in Hall 5A is the latest evolution of AMGeneral’s HMMWV, the NXT360. Developed to meet ever-evolving customer requirements for protected light vehicles, the NXT360 is available as either new build or a refurbishment/upgrade package for existing M1100 series users. Based on an M1151 platform, the key areas of improvement are protection (ballistic and blast), performance and mobility.

  • Platforms for armoured bodies [ES18D1]

    French company Texelis (Hall5A, Stand C268) is launching its TXP 4x4 series of platforms, which are now entering production for an undisclosed export customer, with first deliveries due in the second half of 2018. The TXP platform comprises the frame-type chassis and the suspension and also the vehicle power pack, drive line, steering and vehicle electronics.

  • Autonomous landing [ES18D1]

    Israeli company MTC (Hall 6, Stand E750) is unveiling a lightweight autonomous electromechanical landing system for MALE unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at Eurosatory this week.

  • Safe loading [ES18D1]

    Turkish company Çukurova Makina (Hall 5A, Stand A197), a Turkish manufacturer of earthmoving equipment, including excavators, backhoe loaders, wheel loaders and forklift trucks, is introducing two new defence industry products at Eurosatory.

  • HALO power [ES18D1]

    Lincad (Hall 5A, Stand D791), a privately owned UK designer and manufacturer of bespoke batteries, chargers and power management systems for military and other specialist applications, has won a contract from the Japanese Sojitz Aerospace Corporation for the supply of batteries for the HALO (Hostile Artillery Locator) used by the Japanese Ministry of Defence.

  • Magnetic mating [ES18D1]

    Amphenol (Hall 5A, Stand J317) has launched its Stingray magnetic connector. Low profile, compact and sealed, Stingray sits flat against the body to prevent snagging and damage. It is selfaligning due to its strong magnetic connection and allows flexibility of cable routing.

  • Mission computers for harsh environments [ES18D1]

    Diamond Systems Corporation (Hall5A, Stand C687), a global supplier of compact, I/O-rich embedded computing solutions, has added three products to its growing portfolio.

  • Profile the target [ES18D1]

    Profile the With so much open channel information available today, it become almost impossible to monitor everything, much less toextract suitable intelligence from the overload. Israeli company BLER Systems (Hall6, Stand C712) believes it has a solution.

  • Fusing a backpack [ES18D1]

    For the soldier carrying a heavy burden, Marom Dolphin on the Israel pavilion (Hall 6, Stand D657) has developed Fusion, an integrated skeleton system designed for weight distribution and flexibility. The Fusion structure connects the vest and backpack, allowing the soldier to quickly remove the backpack if necessary, while retaining essential equipment such as the hydration system, communications and ballistic plates in the vest.

  • Stay in contact wherever you go [ES18D1]

    US-based goTenna (Hall 5A, Lab8) is exhibiting goTenna Pro, a mesh-networking tactical radio that comes in a candy-bar form.

  • Iraq after the ‘caliphate’ [ES18D1]

    Derek Henry Flood of Jane’s Terrorism & Insurgency Monitor reports from Kirkuk in northern Iraq, where the Islamic State has re-emerged as an insurgent movement following its territorial collapse.

  • REGIONAL FOCUS: Latin America [ES18D1]

    Latin America has remained relatively free of interstate hostilities of late, with Colombia’s decades-long conflict with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels concluding peacefully.

  • [Sponsor Content] IAI - Celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018

    Celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) continues to provide armed forces around the World with technology, experience and expertise across air, sea, space, cyber and ground environments. Responding to emerging requirements from an increasingly complex operating environment, the company is also pursuing a strategy to further evolve and expand its inventory of products and knowledge to support the demands of ground forces.


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