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GUARDIAN RCWS Will be a Major Feature

At HOMSEC, the Defence Fair taking place in Madrid 14-16 March, ESCRIBANO Mechanical & Engineering will be using a larger presence to present a number of innovative developments that reflect the company’s recent expansion of its Madrid facilities.

Among the major attractions on the company’s expanded booth will be the GUARDIAN Remote Control Weapons Station (RCWS) – an efficient solution for asymmetric threats that caters for 12.7 and 7.62mm calibre weapons. Electro-optic systems will also feature, with the SPARROW thermal camera being showcased alongside the Advanced Observation Multi-Role System (AOMRS), a stabilised rotating sensor block specifically designed to address multiple applications for day/night all-weather observation systems. The new Fuze Guidance Kit (FGK) offers trajectory modification and correction solutions for rockets and 155mm artillery, which will be presented alongside the SALK laser guidance kit for rockets.

The company will also show cyber-intelligence solutions that have just been a hit at IDEX in Abu Dhabi, and a series of high-fidelity real-time training solutions.


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