BAE Systems will showcase its new Q-Warrior helmet-mounted display (HMD) at Defexpo 2014, 6-9 February in New Delhi.
The Q-Warrior HMD is for the dismounted soldier and Q-Sight HMD for the new-age pilot, both providing mission-critical situational awareness. Adding muscle will be the Striker Helmet for both fixed- and rotary-wing platforms.
The company will display its wide range of artillery products, having special focus on the M777 ultra-light field howitzer and Mk45 Naval Gun system.
For quite a while, the company has been supporting a potential Foreign Military Sale of these howitzers to India that is highly portable by land, sea and air and features a minimal logistical footprint alongside maximum reliability. The Mk45 is the most compact 5-inch (127-mm) fully automated naval gun with a successful and proven track record of service in the naval fleets of Australia, Denmark, Greece, New Zealand, Spain, Thailand and Turkey and is co-produced indigenously in South Korea and Japan.
Among other artillery products, the company stand will have the Archer 155 mm FH 77 BW L52 self-propelled field howitzer that can operate autonomously in tandem with today’s command and control systems. Adding fire power will be the LEMUR Remotely-Controlled Weapon Systems (RCWS) and electro-optical sight for land and sea application. A wide range of munitions is on display including 120mm Tk HESH L31A7 and 120mm Tk Charge Propelling L3A2 amongst others.
The stand will also have the Hawk 132 Advanced Jet Trainer, of which India is the largest operator with 123 aircraft ordered till date. The Indian Navy recently inducted the first batch of Hawk Advanced Jet Trainers, becoming the third naval operator of the Hawk along with the U.S. Navy and the Royal Navy.
The BAE Systems- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) joint venture, BAeHAL - the engineering and business solutions services, will also be present.
The display of the RG32 LTV and RG34 exhibits underlines BAE Systems’ flagship capabilities and technology in Light Armoured Vehicles for potential partnerships with the Indian industry.
Expert demonstration of Geospatial Exploitation Products (GXP) will be another highlight.
India has barred Finmeccanica and its five subsidiaries from participating at the upcoming defense exhibition DEFEXPO 2014 in New Delhi next week. The fallout from the VVIP helicopter deal will keep out subsidiaries AgustaWestland, Selex, Alenia Armacchi, Oto Malera and WASS, all of which are vying for contracts worth an estimated USD6 billion, from participating in the show
Saab will be displaying a series of products covering the land, naval, air and civil security domains at Defexpo 2014, 6-9 February in New Delhi, India. In the Land Domain, Saab will be showcasing the RBS 70 NG, a versatile, unjammable and man-portable missile system developed for all combat situations, the BAMSE SRSAM System a unique unjammable, all-weather Automatic Command to Line-of-Sight missile system, and the Carl Gustaf M3 Weapon System
CONTROP will be showcasing an operating MEOS system, a long-range EO/IR day/night system, for the first time at DEFEXPO 2014, 6-9 February in New Delhi, India. This system provides 24/7 automatic intruder detection and recognition with or without gyro-stabilization and is proven worldwide in operational applications for homeland security border, coastal and perimeter surveillance
The Tula Instrument Design Bureau is exhibiting Berezhok fighting unit, the Kornet-EM missile system, and the Armor-S1 anti-aircraft missile and weapons system at DefexpoIndia 2014, 6 - 9 February 2014 in New Delhi. The Berezhok fighting unit will be presented as a full-scale, working model, which is rare
Textron Systems will showcase its Scorpion ground-based networked munition system along with other end-to-end solutions addressing the border security and intelligence requirements faced by regional customers at Defexpo India 2014, 6-9 February in New Delhi. The XM1100 Scorpion (previously known as the Intelligent Munitions System or IMS) is a smart system, which allows controlled and safe use of munitions in the battlefield and prevents unwanted munitions from being buried and forgotten
BAE Systems has won a £16.8 million contract to produce 105mm illuminating artillery shells, L43A5, for the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
British engineers constructing the Royal Navys largest ever warships have invented a novel mobile application to help them find their way around one of the most complex workplaces in the world, BAE Systems announced today. Platform Navigation sees employees using an encrypted application to scan one of 3,600 QR codes located at compartment entrances, before typing in their destination on the carrier and having the application display the best route
BAE Systems will showcase the advanced swing-role fighter, Eurofighter Typhoon, alongside our latest products at this years Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition & Conference (DIMDEX). "Our presence at DIMDEX will include a Eurofighter Typhoon, in a multi-role configuration; the Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer; the 57mk3 and 40mk4 Naval Gun systems and LEMUR, a Remotely Controlled Weapon System
BAE Systems has won a £20 million contract from the UK MoD to supply parts for the Royal Navy's 3 new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs). The contract was announced on March 12, during the Minister for Defence, Philip Dunnes to the companys shipyards in Scotland
The Norwegian military yesterday took delivery of first upgraded CV9030 armoured vehicle from BAE Systems under a $750 million contract signed in June 2012. The new upgraded-version vehicle fleet has significantly enhanced protection, survivability, situational awareness and interoperability, incorporating lessons learned from Norwegian, Swedish and Danish operations in Afghanistan with CV90
Tata Motors has unveiled two new combat vehicles at the DEFEXPO 2014, currently taking place in New Delhi, India. The company has showcased the Kestrel, a wheeled armoured vehicle and the LAMV (Light Armoured High Mobility Vehicle) recon vehicle
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