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Stark Aerospace offers tethered hovering sensor to CTTSO
Stark Aerospace is offering the HoverLite tethered hovering platform developed by the Israeli SkySapience, for evaluation by sponsored by the US Combatting Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO).
Stark Aerospace introduces a new, lightweight armor
Stark Aerospace is introducing a new, lightweight armor called 'ProtectLite' at the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition. Comprising a matrix of ceramic cylinders, ProtectLite armor offers a cost effective lightweight, highly resilient, survivability solution for vehicle armor.
New LIDAR for the TALON
QinetiQ North America is unveiling at AUSA a new version of its TALON counter IED robot. The TALON V is designed to be stronger, more versatile and interoperable with third party components that gives the soldier more flexibility and options to carry out the mission at hand.
Oshkosh announce winter lay off in its defense business
Oshkosh Corp. announced today it will lay off 250-300 hourly workers and about 70 salaried employees in December 2014 as part of its continued scaling back as a result of decreased military truck orders.
GD begin serial manufacturing of 72 GMV 1.1 vehicles for SOCOM
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems (GD OTS) announced it has reached a critical milestone and is moving to low rate initial production (LRIP) with the custom designed Flyer 72 all terrain vehicle it has been selected to produce for the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM).
Polaris’ DAGOR, the ultra light, high mobility vehicle is tailored for...
Polaris Defense is unveiling at AUSA a new all-terrain vehicle - the largest off road vehicle it has ever designed - has been developed and produced for SOCOM. The DAGOR offers extreme off-road terrain at full payload. The vehicle curb weight is less than 4,500lbs to maximize aircraft operational range. The width of DAGOR allows rapid loading into the CH-47 Chinook platform without modification and the weight allows it to be sling loaded under the UH-60 Black Hawk.
Increasing lethality for the Bradley
A Bradley fighting vehicle up-gunned with ATK XM813 30mm cannon integrated into a Kongsberg MCT-30 Remote Turret was recently demonstrated in fire at Fort Benning, GA. The new 30-mm cannon is intended to replace the 25-mm M242, giving vehicles greater firepower.
Israeli smart multi-sensor counters IEDs
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is developing a advanced Counter IED and Mine Suite (CIMS) designed to protect route clearance and lead elements spearheading combat manoeuvre forces operating in areas challenged by IED and mine.
JIEDDO challenges industry to seek IEDs under roads
A challenge-based acquisition project was aimed at denying enemy access to implant improvised explosive devices in road culverts.
Sikorsky, Boeing Team Introduces the SB>1 Defiant
Sikorsky and Boeing have officially named their future rotorcraft partnership 'Team Defiant'. The team has based their design on the Sikorsky's X2 technology and...
AUSA 2013 Photo Report
Read more about IAI GTAS here Read more about IAI MIDS here The Probot weighing about 100 kg can carry 250 kg of payloads offroad and over...
XAP – Counter IED Device
Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems (XADS) has introduced today at the AUSA exhibition a 'game changing C-IED technology' that allows threat clearance and remediation teams...
Alcoa to Forge an Single Piece Aluminum Hull for a Tracked...
Aluminum manufacturer and processing company Alcoa has teamed with the US Army Advanced Research Laboratory (ARL) to develop a hull for a Ground Combat...
New Optical Tags to Improve Combat Identification of Friendly Forces
Brimrose Technology Corporation is introducing a new generation of optical taggants which will enable enhanced, covert marking and identification using unique narrow-band source ad...