Wide range of solutions suitable for both covert & overt operations

Supporting Army Readiness with Superior HMI Technology

System Defeated Multiple IR-Guided Missiles in Trials

Programmes for the US Army’s Readiness Recovery

Company’s First Foray into Multiband Market

Superior ‘See-Spot’ Performance Under all Battlefield Conditions

Four Separate Configurations for Short-Range Air Defence

BAE Systems Will Sponsor and Support

Speeding autonomous defence designs

Subcontractor to URO Vehiculos Especiales

Test and Evaluation Services to Achieve Mode 5 Certification

Compact, Man-portable and Easily Deployed

Nine Years, 15 Companies, Up To $28 Billion

TOUGH COMNODE Terminals to Maximum Value €8.3 Million

HARMAN C2 solutions working with Samsung displays and mobile solutions offer Command and Control new ways to deliver enhanced situational awareness and training. Samsung’s HARMAN solutions comprise audiovisual applications and user-friendly interfaces, demonstrating what a classroom of the future could look like for the army. Combined with Samsung DeX and GEAR VR, trainees have access to a more agile and holistic training environment.

Impacting military operations and empowering commanders on the battlefield

Raytheon Anschütz announced on 1 October that it has launched a revolutionary new radar software relevant to the full range of naval vessels, from patrol boats to large surface combatants. SYNAPSIS Naval Radar NX is a state-of-the-art navigational radar software enhanced with tactical features. It is based on a core IMO radar display that offers optimised performance in tracking and anti-clutter processing. In order to support special naval tasks and missions, the company has incorporated tactical and advanced naval features into the software, making Naval Radar NX an effective application for both safe navigation and tactical operations combined in a single user interface.Raytheon’s Naval Radar NX will optimise performance for tracking and anti-clutter processing. (Image: Raytheon Anschütz)

Performance Optimised for Tracking and Anti-Clutter Processing

The Electronic Warfare (EW) landscape in the Middle East is influenced by three factors: Ongoing operations, the procurement of advanced Ground-Based Air Defences (GBAD), and the recapitalisation of EW capabilities; particularly in the air domain. On the eve of Tangent Link’s EW GCC 2018 conference and exhibition to be held in Abu Dhabi 8-10 October, we take the temperature of the region’s EW domain and examine the factors driving the market.

Anti-Access & Area Denial strategies in the Middle East Overview

Elbit Systems announced on 2 October that its British subsidiary, Elbit Systems UK Ltd., has been awarded a contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to provide the MORPHEUS Battlefield Management Application (BMA). Martin Fausset, CEO of Elbit Systems UK (left) and Stephen Woodger from MoD signing the MORPHEUS contract. (Photo: Elbit Systems UK)

Three-Year Contract Valued at Potential £40 Million

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