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The International Armored Group (IAG) unveils its new RILA 4x4 MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicle during DSEI 2017, the Defense and Security Exhibition which was held in London, United Kingdom. IAG is one of the largest privately owned armored vehicle manufacturers in the world with three manufacturing facilities worldwide located in the United States, United Arab Emirates and Turkey.

At DSEI 2017, the Defense and Security Exhibition in London, UK, BAE Systems displays the Ironclad™, a new Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) designed to take on some of the most dangerous jobs that soldiers currently face. Ironclad is small enough to negotiate tight urban environments, but maintains the mobility needed to handle extreme cross-country terrain. It can also be fitted to carry out reconnaissance, combat and casualty evacuation roles.

One more edition, the company will show its proposals and solutions for air, land and sea in this international exhibition, which will take place in London between 12th-15th, September. As part of the offer for the Army, EXPAL will show its complete solutions in ammunition for indirect fire support operations from 60mm to 155mm, with its 105mm and 155mm Extended Range family ammunition.

The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) has awarded Harris Corporation a contract worth up to £55 million ($70 million) to provide T7 robotic systems – with a highly intuitive control interface and haptic feedback – to support U.K. explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) missions around the world. The announcement was made during DSEI 2017 held September 12-15 at the ExCeL in London.

General Dynamics Land Systems–UK has begun the industry manned live firing phase of the AJAX programme, with the CTA International 40mm (CT40) cannon, the company announced at DSEi 2017 exhibition in London. The five-month trial, which started in early September and takes place at ranges in West Wales, will test the CT40 cannon, Chain Gun and Smoke Grenade Launchers.

At DSEi 2017, the British defense giant BAE Systems revealed a future concept of the tank of the future as an autonomous combat vehicle supported by fleets of smaller autonomous air and ground vehicles, working together in the most demanding combat environments. Whilst soldiers will remain right at the centre of decision-making, the aim is to remove soldiers from some dangers, increasingly using an unmanned network for hazardous tasks.

AeroVironment, Inc., a global leader in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for both military and commercial applications, today announced the release of a new, long-range tracking antenna (LRTA) for its Puma™ AE unmanned aircraft system. The critical upgrade extends the range of Puma systems equipped with AeroVironment’s secure Digital Data Link (DDL™) technology to approximately 60 kilometers (37.28 miles),significantly boosting Puma AE’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities and enhancing warfighter safety.

Penman is a Scotland-based company founded in 1859, the company is active in a range of disciplines including Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic and Software Design and Development, Project Management and Integrated Logistic Support. At DSEI 2017, Penman introduces three new vehicles: The Metras MRV (Multi Role Vehicle) in 4x4 and 6x6 configuration and the LSA4 Air Assault Vehicle.

Lockheed Martin offers upgrade program for the Warrior MCV-80 IFV Infantry Fighting Vehicle, WCSP (Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme). The Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme (WCSP) is introducing major improvements to the British Army’s Warrior armoured fighting vehicle (AFV), which was originally produced in 1984. This includes an innovative new turret designed and developed by Lockheed Martin UK (LMUK) in Ampthill, together with upgrades across the platform.

German Company Rheinmetall is emphasizing the Group’s status as a leading supplier of soldier systems at DSEI 2017. Rheinmetall’s new Gladius 2.0 soldier system is debuting in London. Also on show are Argus, which the Canadian Forces are procuring under the name Integrated Soldier System (ISS) and IdZ-ES, which is in service with the German Bundeswehr.

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