ArmourWorks expert in survivability for blast protection and signature management IAV 2012 2402125
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International Armoured Vehicles (IAV) 2012
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
FIVE, Farnborough, United Kingdom
20 - 23 February 2012
ArmourWorks at International Armoured Vehicles 2012
|ArmourWorks an expert in survivability for blast protection and signature management at IAV 2012.|
ArmourWorks International Ltd is part of the ArmourWorks group and is a worldwide leader, manufacturing advanced survivability products. Armourworks is specialized in three areas: Signature Management, Blast Protection and Armour Systems. At IAV 2012, Armour Works presents blast seats for combat vehicles and random 3D pattern camouflage.
Hyena fast attack vehicle equipped with TACTICAM 3D Camouflage of Armour Works.
The new innovative 3D camouflage applique for armoured vehicle called TactiCam has the potential to reduce vehicle signature in radar, infrared and visual spectrum.
These randomly generated 3 Dimensional patterns of varying geometric shapes, excel at disrupting the planer surfaces of modern external vehicles armour panels compared to 2D camouflage paint schemes.
Lightweight appliqués panels of TactiCam can be coated with with infra-red or radar absorbing suppressing materials, and be filled with insulation that can both suppress emissive spectral frequencies, while reducing solar heat gain.
The technology can be integrated into armour panels in production or retrofit to any ground vehicle.
ArmourWorks blast protection systems provide unparalleled IED blast and fragmentation protection.
ArmourWorks blast protection systems provide unparalleled IED blast and fragmentation protection. The integrated underbody blast protection systems of Armour Works absorb blast energy and stop high-velocity munitions fragments. ArmourWorks incorporates advanced energy attenuation systems for all of our blast protection products to protect against spinal injuries and overpressure hazards.
The seats of Armour Works are mounted to the new combat vehicles Mastiff and Riddgeback of the British Army. All these vehicles are currently in use by the British Forces deployed in Afghanistan. These seats are purpose built to work with crew comfort, usability and survivability in mind. The seats of Armour Works have saved lives of soldiers after blast explosion.