Defense Advancement’s Most Read Articles from July 2023

We covered a number of significant developments in July 2023, including new partnerships, technology demonstrations and collaborations By Sarah Simpson / 08 Aug 2023
DA Top 5 Most Read Articles July 2023
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We published over 100 articles on in July 2023, covering significant developments across the defense, military and security sectors. 

Here are the top five most read articles on Defense Advancement in July 2023:

1. Over 500 Jankel Fox Tactical Vehicles Delivered Globally

Over 500 Jankel Fox Tactical Vehicles Delivered Globally 

High-specification vehicles and protection systems manufacturer Jankel celebrated the delivery of over 500 Jankel Fox tactical vehicles, globally.

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2. Vegvisir Demonstrates Capabilities of MR Situational Awareness System

Vegvisir Mixed Reality Situational Awareness system

Field tests and a recent successful demo with the Croatian Ministry of Defence have given Estonian-Croatian start-up Vegvisir the opportunity to prove capabilities of its Mixed Reality Situational Awareness System (MRSAS) on four different platforms, ahead of a planned product launch in September 2023.

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3. Teledyne FLIR Awarded Contract for Black Hornet Nano-Drones

US Army contracts Teledyne FLIR for Nano Drones

Teledyne FLIR Defense has won a five-year contract worth up to $93.9 million to provide its Black Hornet 3 Personal Reconnaissance Systems (PRS) to the United States Army.

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4. Determining Which Coaxial Cables to Use on Military Vehicles

Times Microwave Coaxial Cables for Military Ground Vehicles

Times Microwave Systems discusses the factors to consider when selecting coaxial cables for military vehicles from frequency range, temperature, to environmental considerations, and details its own range of products with their features.

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5. Retractable Sonar System to be Introduced at IDEF 2023

Retractable Sonar System to be Introduced at IDEF 2023

Meteksan Defence introduced YAKAMOZ-RT at IDEF 2023, a retractable sonar system developed to provide anti-submarine warfare capabilities to smaller and unmanned naval vessels.

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