Capitalising on Recent Successes and Regional Presence

The US Army awarded Fibrotex USA Inc. a 10-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract worth U$480 million to supply the army's Next-Generation Ultra-Light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS), proven to deliver covert protection across the electromagnetic spectrum. Full-rate production is expected to begin in early 2019 in a new state-of-the-art vertical manufacturing facility in McCreary County, Kentucky, creating and securing hundreds of new skilled American jobs over the next ten years. "Fibrotex’ 2D ULCANS technology provides more persistent IR, thermal & counter-radar performance and offers a greater range of capabilities than known before," the company states. "Fibrotex USA will deliver the material in reversible designs – allowing for the first time a different pattern and capability on each ­­side, enabling soldiers, vehicles and systems to disappear into light/dark woodland, snow/alpine and desert/urban environments, blending into the terrain in all weather conditions, anywhere on the globe."

Multispectral camouflage system will mask US Army soldiers, vehicles and installations from EO sensors & radars

UK and Australia Combine Searches for Manufacturing Solutions

Cristanini's version integrated on standard IVECO LMV turn the vehicle into a fully fledged CBRN reconnaissance and assessment asset. (Photo via Cristanini)

Fully fledged CBRN reconnaissance and assessment asset

Addresses Hazardous Material Regs for Li and Li-Ion

Up to 700,000 Rounds per Year Anticipated

Belgium and France Establish CaMo Land Mobility Partnership

Emphasis on Deployability and Safety

Order Valued at €16.4 Million to Saab

The optical communication system, which provides a link between submarines and divers, integrated with an optical surveillance system by Hensoldt, will eliminate certain disadvantages of an RF system in areas as interception, eavesdropping, and communication jamming, making communications more secure, STM said at Euronaval. 

STM, BAU & Hensoldt sign cooperation agreement for optical communication system

Global Distribution Management System Software to be Deployed in Eight Nations

EID to Supply Communications Equipment

Expands and Enhances Power Management Solutions Portfolio

Modular Electric Turret Drive and Stabilisation System for Bradley Replacement

Underlines German Support for Montenegro

The Commander of Allied Joint Force Command in Naples, US Adm. James Foggo (centre), briefed the media on Trident Juncture 2018. He was supported by his Deputy, Lt.-Gen. Christian Juneau (left), and the Commander of Norwegian Joint HQ, Lt.-Gen. Rune Jakobsen (right). (Photo: NATO)

All 29 member states of NATO – + Finland & Sweden – to conduct Trident Juncture 2018

Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) Recap

Flexible, Modular Approach Gains Traction

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