The US Air Force Space Commands Space and Missile Systems Center and the 460th Space Wing has achieved operational acceptance of the Lockheed Martin's Space-Based Infrared Systems (SBIRS) Block 10 ground system. The acceptance enhances the constellation's ability to deliver infrared data that is critical to early missile warning and defense, the company announced Tuesday
Thales has received an order from the U.S
Indias Border Security Force (BSF) has upgraded the laser wall technology that is being used along the Indo-Pakistan international broder late last month to strengthen the India-Pakistan international border against infiltration. Apart from detecting breach, the laser wall that use laser beams and infrared rays, is also able to distinguish between wild animal and human
Indian startup, Tonbo Imaging has bagged $100 million contract to manufacture and export ‘night vision sights for guns that will be fitted on Peruvian Army rifles. Tonbo will be supplying the night vision sights to US-based Unified Weapon Systems (UWS) which will supply the rifles to Peru
Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has ordered two additional mission-ready twin-engine EC725 (now marketed as the H225M Caracal) multirole utility helicopters that are equipped with fast roping, cargo sling, search light and electro-optical systems (EOS). The order is part of the continuation of its fleet strengthening programme agreement launched in 2012
Elbit Systems of America has planned to display Common Laser Range Finder-Integrated Capacity (CLRF-IC) during Modern Day Marine, held from September 27 to 29, 2016. CLRF-IC gives dismounted Marines a handheld targeting system that integrates a rangefinder, day and night cameras, GPS, and celestial positioning precision to Forward Observers, the company announced in a statement today
Thales welcomed Indo-French signing of the deal for the purchase of 36 Rafale fighters asserting the equipment used in the fighters made by the French company. Thales provides radar, electronic warfare systems, optronics and communication navigation and identification system (CNI) and other components to Dassaults Rafale fighter aircraft
Russia will test a 360 degree targeting system for its Mi-35 Super Crocodile helicopter gunships and Mi-8AMTSh Terminator transport helicopters. Developed by Rostecs subsidiary Shvabe holding, the OPS-24N-1 can see through heavy fog, smoke and dust storms
Russia will equip its new project 23560 Lider (Leader) class nuclear-powered destroyers with advanced Grach visual optical interference stations that could "blind" enemy troops and optoelectronic devices, such as night vision equipment, binocular glasses and laser ranging devices with bright flares of light. The system was developed by the Integral plant which was part of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation, the Izvestia newspaper was quoted by
Australian government has approved a new joint project worth A$500 million (US $380 million) to expand electronic warfare capabilities for maritime and land forces. The project cost will include approximately three quarters to be spent locally in a boost to Australias Defence Industry, the Ministry of Defense said in a statement Tuesday
Lockheed Martin has selected Cambridge Pixels radar display and target tracking software modules for integration into the company's naval vigilance radar system. The navigation radar system is part of the Navigation Radar Programme (NRP), a £44m Royal Navy Upgrade awarded to Lockheed Martin by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) in January 2016
Russias surveillance and eavesdropping equipment, Krasukha-4 deployed near Latakia in Syria hacked into Turkeys NATO-compatible radio-electronics mounted on helicopters, aircraft and ground vehicles to learn of the impending coup attempt against Turkish president Erdogan. Russia has deployed the Krasukha-4 electronic countermeasure system capable of targeting airborne radio-electronics and airborne systems guided by radar at Khmeimim in Syria's Northern Province of Latakia to counter NATO spying and to gather sensitive information for the Russian squadrons that are on an anti-terrorism mission in Syria
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