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Patria to showcase new technology and key export products at IDEX 2015.

| 2015
Official Online Daily News
IDEX 2015
International Defence Exhibition & Conference

22 - 26 February 2015
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Patria at IDEX 2015
Patria to showcase new technology and key export products at IDEX 2015
Patria takes part in the international defence exhibition IDEX being held in the United Arab Emirates on 22.-26. February 2015. Visitors to the exhibition will see Patria AMV armoured wheeled vehicle and Patria Nemo training simulator. Millog presents its optronic products, like image intensifiers, vehicles’ thermal imager systems and target acquisition system Millog LISA.
Patria to showcase new technology and key export products at IDEX 2015 640 002Patria AMV Armored Modular Vehicle
At the exhibition will stand the key export product Patria AMV, the market leader among 8x8 armoured wheeled vehicles, will be highlighted. Patria’s specialists will provide interesting details and information about the vehicles features.

Patria AMV is currently contracted by seven customer countries, among others by the Finnish, Polish and Swedish Defence Forces, and it has been fielded in ISAF operations since the year 2007. AMV products are under continuous development and are fitted with the latest technology.

Patria Nemo training simulator has been developed further. IDEX 2015 will be the first time that the Instructor/Operator Station (IOS) used for student monitoring and exercise management is on display at an exhibition. Moreover the simulator concept is now available also with a Loader’s Training Station (LTS) enabling loading procedures to be trained on simulated loading device and ammunition collecting system. Overall the simulator provides a realistic, virtual training environment for all kinds of fire missions that can be performed with Patria Nemo mortar system. The simulator combines virtual training with actual Nemo hardware and software that is installed in a cabin simulating the Nemo commander's or gunner's position in the vehicle. The equipment consists of the hardware and software used in the Nemo system, such as software applications for controlling the turret and firing, control grip, operating panels and displays.

Patria to showcase new technology and key export products at IDEX 2015 640 001Millog's LISA Hand-held Target Acquisition System
The Millog LISA Hand-held Target Acquisition System is a monocular thermal imager with capability for range measurement and target acquisition. At IDEX, the visitors will get a chance to test it in a night environment room, specially built for experiencing the features of system.

LISA’s main features are an uncooled thermal imager, optical day channel, eyesafe LRF, digital magnetic compass, GPS, wireless connection, C4I connectivity, and image capture with target information. Being lightweight, accurate, and user-friendly, LISA is designed for use by forward observation squads, infantry, and special units.

Millog is currently delivering LISA target acquisition sensors to The Finnish Defence Forces based on an agreement signed in 2014. The value of the contract is 26.8 million euros ($30.5 mn).

Patria’s and Millog’s stand is on exhibition lot CP-256.



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