The Eurosatory 2022 international Defense and Security exhibition comes to a close today, after hosting over 1,800 exhibitors and attracting a global audience of over 57,000 visitors to Paris, France this year.
It was an exciting week for the defense sector with lots of announcements and product launches from the companies in attendance. Here is the Defense Advancement round-up of Eurosatory 2022 news:
Rheinmetall presented part of its extensive array of products, systems and activities for the digitized battlefields of the future at the Eurosatory 2022 exhibition, debuting products including its KF51 main battle tank, airborne vehicle family, Natter remote-controlled weapon station, unmanned systems and robotics, and loitering munitions. Read more>
Inertial Labs’ Kernel-110,120, 210, 220 are a set of compact, self-contained strapdown industrial-grade (100-series) and tactical-grade (200-series) Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) that measure linear acceleration and angular rates with three-axis MEMS accelerometers and three-axis MEMS gyroscopes. Read more>
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace successfully performed the first live firing of the PROTECTOR RT40, which includes the Bushmaster 30mm cannon and a linkless ammunition handling system, from Milrem Robotics’ Type-X vehicle. Read more>
Unveiled at Elbit Systems’ pavilion at Eurosatory, the ROBUST Medium Robotic Combat Vehicle (M-RCV) Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) integrates technologies including advanced maneuvering capabilities, the ability to carry heavy and varied mission loads, and a built-in system for transporting and receiving unmanned aerial vehicles.
Texelis’ solutions can be implemented on existing wheeled military vehicles to retain the advanced mobility of traditional drivelines, while harnessing technologies to enable the pressing requirements from military users.
Manufactured from Avon Protection’s proven rubber technology, both the EXOSKIN-G1 glove and EXOSKIN-B1 boot offer Chemical Warfare Agent and Toxic Industrial Chemical protection and are impermeable to biological agents. Read more>
Redler Technologies’ Power Rider family of power management products can increase the energy efficiency and survivability of platforms and could be used in future hybrid military vehicles, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and Remote Weapons Stations (RWS). Read more>
The EdgeRCWS system from Nir-Or and Axon-Vision is an add-on solution that can be easily integrated into different turrets and weapon stations, and can include smart fire sequences to extend and automate fire support missions. Read more>
Of the eight Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV), two were exhibited at Milrem Robotics’ stand, one at the live demonstration and five in the stands of various partners. Read more>