AAD 2022: Evotex unveils Thebe RWCS Remote Weapon Control Station for machine gun


The Thebe designed by Evotex is a dual-axis, gyrostabilized remotely controlled weapon station. The rcoil mitigating cradle can be configured to fit various weapons, be it 12.7mm or 14.5mm heavy machine guns.


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Evotex Thebe Remote Weapon Controlled Station (Picture source: Army Recognition)


The cradle features a mounting mechanism to enhance accuracy ant to allow for a quick change of weapon. The optical payload and sensor pack can be configured to suit the client’s requirements and budget.

The Thebe RWCS can be fired from a static platform, a land vehicle or a patrol boat, for example. The automatic tracking ensures a high hit probability.

Evotex is a privately owned defence company located in Pretoria, South Africa. Following a career, at Denel Land Systems (LIW) the company founder started Evotex in 1998. For the past two decades, the company has successfully been involved in the design and development of military products for the local and international defence industry. We offer a full range of mechanical and electronic design services and specialise in weapon and turret systems. The company currently employs several ex-Denel personnel and consultants. The company has been involved as the main or subcontractor in many military turret and weapons systems. It delivers turnkey product development, from idea to production, and service for its clients. 

Evotex offers a range of Remote Operated Weapons Systems (ROWS) for installation on various platforms. These systems included all auxiliary equipment, sensors and optical payloads. We are also able to provide different weapon systems for integration in the ROWS.


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Evotex Thebe Remote Weapon Controlled Station (Picture source: Evotex)


Army Recognition Official Show Daily News and Web TV UMEX 2020 925 001
Evotex Thebe Remote Weapon Controlled Station (Picture source: Army Recognition)


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