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Eurosatory 2008 Land, Airland and Homeland Exhibition

New: Eurosatory 2012 Preview This year Eurosatory 2008 land, airland and homeland exhibition hosted some 1,210 exhibitors from 52 countries, 120 delegations of senior military and...

Unmanned Systems at Eurosatory 2008

A wide range of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) displayed at Eurosatory 2008 indicated how advanced these systems became and how popular they become withdefense...

Thermal Imaging & Target Acquisition Systems

Modern target acquisition systems comprising imaging, position measurement and rangefinding equipment and communications systems are integrated to provide rapid and accurate targeting information, automating...

Urban Warfare Requires Specialized Weapons

The Russian company Bazalt has introduced two new members to the RPG family of weapon – the RPG-28 anti-tank tandem rocket and the RMG multi-purpose,...

Smart Guards Protect Forward Deployed Forces

A range of Unattended Ground Sensors presented at Eurosatory by several manufacturers, indicated the growing interest in autonomous surveillance and perimeter security, as part...

New Armored Vehicles at Eurosatory 2008

Armored vehicles are traditionally a significant part of the Eurosatory show and this year's event provided a venue for many companies to exhibit new...

Integrated Soldier Systems (ISS) at Eurosatory 2008

Many Integrated Soldier Systems (ISS) were on display, underlining one of the major deficiencies of this new and evolving trend – lack of interoperability...

Eurosatory 2008: Active protection systems

The devastating experience suffered by the Israeli Army in Lebanon two years ago, accelerated the development of active defense systems (ADS), for heavy, as...

Eurosatory 2008 Situational Awareness & Panoramic Vision Systems

Creating an effective situational awareness for crew members of an armored vehicle operating with closed hatches poses a major technological challenge. Modern armored vehicles...

Unmanned turrets & Remotely Controlled weapon stations

Remotely operated weapon stations are becoming standard issue with almost all new armored vehicles. At Eurosatory 2008, many of the well established RWS systems...
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