Turkey today turned-on its indigenously developed 1,500-horsepower engine, BATU, that will power various armored vehicles and tanks, Defense Industries Presidency Head Ismail Demir said Wednesday. Demir posted the informataion on his Twitter account with a video showing the ignition of the engine developed by BMC Power
The UK Ministry of Defences Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) has published requirements for its future Battle Group Organic Anti-Armour (BGOAA) project, which aims to provide the British Army with a suite of anti-armour capabilities from around the 2030s. “Our scientists are working to find solutions to the next generation...
Elbit Systems of America has teamed with Textron Systems to produce Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV) for the U.S
AeroVironment said it has acquired German company Telerob for approximately $55 million. On May 4, the company announced it was granted clearance from the German government and bought Telerob Gesellschaft für Fernhantierungstechnik mbH (Telerob), in a $45
BAE Systems has signed a contract worth around $200 million to produce and deliver 127 BvS10 all-terrain vehicles to the Swedish Army, adding to its existing fleet of BvS10s. The contract signed with the Swedish military procurement agency, FMV, is for both command and control and logistics vehicles
The Indian Army wants to procure 350 light tanks and has issued a request for information (RFI) to start the procurement process. Aside of new generation Combat Vehicle Platforms, the contract should include Transfer of Technology
Turkeys air portable 105 mm light towed howitzer (LTH), 'Boran,' is being prepared for mass-production and seven pilot units are set to be delivered (to the Turkish Army) in June this year. Made by Turkish Mechanical and Chemical Industry Company (MKEK), the howitzer has an effective firing range of 17 km (10
Soucys Composite Rubber Track system will be fitted to the Redback Infantry Fighting Vehicle produced by Hanwha Defense under an agreement signed today. The Redback is under consideration by the Commonwealth under an ongoing tender process for Project LAND 400 Phase 3, which is an $18 billion to $27 billion project tasked to acquire 450 Infantry Fighting Vehicles for the Australian Defence Force