Escribano Spain remotely operated weapon station LAV-25 11905175

 
SITDEF 2017 Official Online Show Daily News International Defense Technology Exhibition Prevention of Disasters Lima Peru
 
Army Recognition
International Defense Technology Exhibition
and Prevention of Disasters

18 - 21 May 2017
Lima, Peru
 
Escribano at SITDEF 2017
 
 
Spanish Company Escribano presents its remotely operated weapon stations at SITDEF 2017.
At SITDEF 2017, the Spanish Company Escribano presents its technologies of remotely operated weapon station which can be armed with an automatic cannon up to 30 mm caliber. The turret is fully stabilized and is fitted with optics also manufactured by Escribano.
     
At SITDEF 2017, the Spanish Company Escribano presents its technologies of remotely operated weapon station which can be armed with an automatic cannon up to 30 mm caliber. The turret is fully stabilized and is fitted with optics also manufactured by Escribano.
Escribano remotely operated weapon station armed with a 30mm automatic cannon at SITDEF 2017, the International Defense Exhibition in Lima, Peru.
     

The new turret of Escribano is equipped three types of optics including a thermal camera , a day camera and laser range finder.

The Peruvian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has ordered 32 LAV-II 8x8 armoured personnel carriers (APCs) from General Dynamics Land Systems in Canada (GDLS-C) under a USD67 million contract. The LAV-IIs will replace the 16 Pegaso BMR-600 6x6 APCs in service with the Peruvian Marine Infantry Command since 1987.

These vehicles are armed with one 12.7mm machine mounted on a ring mount which is manually controlled by a soldier from outside of the vehicle. To increase the protection of the gunner, Escribano displays at SITDEF 2017 a solution of remotely operated weapon station mounted on the LAV-25 of Peruvian naval infantry.

The new remotely operated turret hat contains a sensor suite and fire control software is mounted to the right side of the gunner position. It allows the gunner to remain in the relative protection of the vehicle to aim and fire with the machine gun thanks to a screen and a joystick.
     
To increase the protection of the gunner, Escribano displays at SITDEF 2017 a solution of remotely operated weapon station mounted on the LAV-25 of Peruvian naval infantry.
Escribano 12.7mm remotely operated weapon station mounted on LAV-25 of Peruvian Naval Infantry.
 

 

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