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LAAD 2013
International Defense & Security Exhibition

9 - 12 April 2013
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 
Rheinmetall Defence at LAAD 2013
 
 
Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 01:34 PM
 
Rheinmetall Defence presents its latest defence and security technologies at LAAD 2013.

Brazil is without a doubt one of South America’s regional superpowers, a continent now ready and willing to assume greater responsibility for international security. The Latin America Aerospace & Defense (LAAD) 2013 takes place 9-12 April in Rio de Janeiro, one of the continent’s top defence technology shows. Rheinmetall will be on hand in Rio, too, showcasing an interesting range of products and services selected specifically for this important growth market.

     
Brazil is without a doubt one of South America’s regional superpowers, a continent now ready and willing to assume greater responsibility for international security. The Latin America Aerospace & Defense (LAAD) 2013 takes place 9-12 April in Rio de Janeiro, one of the continent’s top defence technology shows. Rheinmetall will be on hand in Rio, too, showcasing an interesting range of products and services selected specifically for this important growth market.
Rheinmetall Defence MASS Multi Ammunition Softkill System
     

Force protection technologies figure prominently in the line-up. On display at the Rheinmetall stand will be its MASS Multi Ammunition Softkill System, a counter-measure system already in service with numerous navies around the globe. Visitors can also inspect the Düsseldorf, Germany-based Group’s ballistic protection segments for land, air and naval applications as well as the ROSY Rapid Obscurant System.

Given the wide range of threats facing today’s armed services, the scalable use of force forms another important focus. Rheinmetall will be displaying state-of-the-art munitions such as its MITHRAS illumination and signalling rockets, the lightweight Fly-K mortar system, its comprehensive family of 40mm ammunition, its acclaimed modular propelling system and an extensive range of medium-calibre ammunition. A model of the cutting edge Lance medium-calibre turret system will also be on show at the Rheinmetall stand.

The Group’s Electro-Optic’s division will be presenting the Vingmate fire control system for 40mm automatic grenade launchers and the accompanying VingSim training system. A number of other advanced products will also be on display, including the MultiRay fire control/aiming device, various laser light modules, GN night vision goggles and the KN200/250 night sight, and the Group’s ZEFF friend/foe identification system, also known as the Dismounted Soldier Identification System.

     
The Group’s Electro-Optic’s division will be presenting the Vingmate fire control system for 40mm automatic grenade launchers and the accompanying VingSim training system.
Vingmate advanced sight and fire control system
 

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