South Korean Company LIG Nex1 presents portable surface-to-air missile Chiron at IndoDefence 0811126

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IndoDefence 2012
Tri-Service Defence Event

7 to 10 November 2012
Jakarta, Indonesia
 
LIG Nex1 at IndoDefence 2012
 
 
Thursday, November 8, 2012, 08:33 PM
 
South Korean Company LIG Nex1 presents portable surface-to-air missile Chiron at IndoDefence.
South Korean defence company LIG Nex1 will take part in the international defense exhibition, INDO DEFENCE 2012, to be held from Nov. 7 to 10 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The company plans to use the opportunity to introduce its top-class R&D technologies and key developments and products in the global market.
     
South Korean defence company LIG Nex1 (www.lignex1.com, President Hyokoo LEE) will take part in the international defense exhibition, INDO DEFENCE 2012, to be held from Nov. 7 to 10 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The company plans to use the opportunity to introduce its top-class R&D technologies and key developments and products in the global market.
LG Nex1 Chiron portable surface-to-air missile at IndoDefence 2012, Tri-service defence event exhibition in Jakarta, Indonesia.
     

LIG Nex1, a total defense systems company from the world’s seventh largest military power, South Korea, has participated in INDO DEFENCE every year since 2008. The company offers a total solution for the battlefields of the Army, Navy and Air Force, with world-class precision guided weapon system, radars and surveillance/reconnaissance system, precision-strike weapon systems and command, control and communication system.

At IndoDefence 2012, LIG Nex1 presents its portable surface-to-air missile, the “Chiron”, as part of its efforts towardsparticipation in Indonesia’s air defense system procurement project. The Chiron is the world’s fifth portable surface-to-air missile SAM system that can closely assist in air defence against enemy aircraft and helicopters infiltrating at low-altitude.

The missile has a superior SSKP Single-Shot Kill Probability compared to conventional SAMs. The missile is equipped with advanced technologies, such as infrared counter-countermeasures by infrared seeker, a dual-thrust system that enhances the missile’s terminal velocity, and a new proximity and impact fuse. The missile’s IFF identification friend or foe, developed by LIG Nex1, enables the identification of enemy aircraft. The missile can also be operated at night if used with a night vision.

 

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