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IDEX UAE (19-23 Feb) 2017: News, Updates & Discussion

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  1. Rajput Warrior

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    Same crap, do these guys think saddam and his likes are gonna arm their militaries with gold plated guns.

    They serious suck at marketing, they'd even fail at selling eggs to a housewife.

    No good promotional videos of things like JF,AK,AZ,K-8,SMs,FAC/Missile boats or APCs/APCS,guided motions etc or other big ticket items they somehow managed to produce.

    But hey we got gold played guns.
     
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    IDEX 2017: China develops SR7 rocket launcher
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    IDEX 2017: China develops SR7 rocket launcher
    China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO) has expanded its family of multiple-rocket launchers (MRLs) with the development of the SR7.

    The SR7 is a lightweight system that is based on a 6x6 cross-country chassis and is intended to have a high level of mobility; the vehicle features a protected two-door cab.

    Mounted on the rear of the platform is the launcher, which appears to be one half of that used in the NORINCO SR5 Universal Artillery Rocket Launcher (UARL).
    This is understood to have been developed specifically for the export market rather than for the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) and known to have been exported to at least one country - Bahrain.

    The launcher unit can accommodate one pod of 20 122 mm rockets or one pod of six 220 mm rockets; once these have been fired new pods can be loaded using the on board loading system.

    Assuming that the launcher has the same capabilities as the SR5, it will feature a powered traverse section and an elevation of up to 60°.

    It is assumed that the launcher can fire the same family of unguided 122 mm rockets as the SR5, which have maximum ranges of 30, 40 and 50 km.

    In addition, it can fire a guided 122 mm rocket with a maximum range of 40 km which is fitted with a high-explosive (HE) warhead.

    As well as the 122 mm rockets, the SR7 can fire 220 mm unguided rockets with a maximum range of 70 km and guided rockets of this caliber.

    MRLs are typically employed as area effect weapons, with a significant number of unguided rockets being launched to saturate the target.

    By launching precision guided types, fewer rockets need to be fired to produce the same effect, which has the added benefit of reducing the logistics burden.

    http://www.janes.com/article/67936/idex-2017-china-develops-sr7-rocket-launcher
     
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    Is that made by the UAE?
     
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    IDEX 2017: Rheinmetall demonstrates Gladius Future Soldier System capabilities


    At IDEX 2017 Rheinmetall is emphasizing the Group’s status as a leading supplier of soldier systems, along with its unsurpassed ability to integrate dismounted troops into networked-enabled operations. Rheinmetall will be demonstrating the capabilities of its “Future Soldier – Extended System” (Gladius), now in service with the German Army and other export customers.

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    Experience gained and lessons learned in recent conflicts underscore once again the importance of having well-trained, well-equipped, highly flexible, highly mobile infantry forces that are capable of operating in joint and combined scenarios and putting boots on the ground where they are needed most, ultimately achieving the desired military outcome.

    As a globally leading developer and supplier of soldier systems, Rheinmetall can point to abundant experience in this field: the Group is already producing the modular Future Soldier - Expanded System (dubbed “Gladius” by Rheinmetall) on behalf of the German Bundeswehr, as well as various systems and component solutions for other NATO partners.

    In July 2015, the Canadian government contracted with Rheinmetall to start the qualification phase of the Canadian Army’s Integrated Soldier System (ISS).

    From individual components to integrated systems based on operational requirements and doctrines, Rheinmetall offers flexible and scalable technology, a wide variety of command and control and display solutions, different levels of integration as well as variable vehicle integration, including Rheinmetall or third-party hardware and software.

    Rheinmetall Defence has longstanding experience and expertise in networked-enabled operations and system integration. In particular, the Group’s ability to develop seamless C2 system architectures based on international standards – from the individual rifleman up to Battalion-level command posts – is essential for implementing soldier modernization programmes.

    Advanced technologies make a major contribution to improving the five main capabilities of modern warfare – protection, lethality, command and control as well as mobility and sustainment. Rheinmetall’s goal is a well-protected soldier, equipped with integrated weapons, with a clear picture of the tactical situation and reliable means of communication.

    Rheinmetall soldier systems improve performance in all five capability areas without overburdening the individual rifleman. The system is modular, resulting in reduced volume, weight and power consumption. This ensures greater operational flexibility and the ability to quickly adapt to new situations and mission requirements. The equipment is easy to use even under harsh conditions and in stressful combat situations when performance and low weight are paramount.


    http://www.armyrecognition.com/idex...re_soldier_system_capabilities_221021710.html

    I think so, since the body armour is made in the UAE

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    With the launch of GlobalEye just over a year ago and an order from the UAE for Saab’s Swing Role Surveillance System (SRSS), Ann Kullberg, Saab’s head of marketing within airborne surveillance, looks back at developments.

    Things got off to a flying start at Dubai Airshow in November 2015 when the UAE announced its purchase of Saab’s new Swing Role Surveillance System (SRSS) solution featuring the new extended range airborne radar, Erieye ER, as well as a new Command and Control (C2) suite and sensors.
    Months later, Saab officially launched the new solution GlobalEye at Singapore Airshow. GlobalEye is available in a several configurations, with the Swing Role Surveillance System representing the top-of-the range.

    Unique swing-role capability
    Saab is unique on the market with this swing-role capability. With its combination of sensors and systems integrated on the Global 6000 aircraft GlobalEye is capable of surveillance and command and control in the air, maritime and ground domain, simultaneously. GlobalEye´s combination of capabilities in the three domains, where traditionally different platforms were required for example for AEW&C and maritime surveillance (MPA), gives a huge advantage.

    “In an emergency situation every single second can be crucial, and having three surveillance capabilities simultaneously in one solution gives the user the information and time advantage. When an incident occurs, GlobalEye can switch from stand-off to close-up surveillance and identification, and then lead the mission, including other units if required,” says Ann.

    The multiple sensors integrated in the C2 system provide true swing-role capacity with the flexibility to perform long and short range surveillance, as well as identification and to switch instantly between these tasks during ongoing missions. Saab is the only supplier in the world to offer all this in a single solution.

    Gain time through flexibility
    “The flexibility provided by GlobalEye’s ability to switch roles instantly paired with its unrivalled range and endurance gives the crucial advantage of a shorter decision cycle, known as the Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act (OODA) loop. If you look at a search and rescue situation as an example, the time-gain this flexibility gives can help save lives,” Ann concludes.

    Saab’s AEW&C technology is in operation in eight countries on several aircraft carriers making it the most widely used AEW&C system in the world.


    http://saab.com/about-saab/sites/mi...baleye-update-on-an-extraordinary-first-year/

    UAE Joint Air Command armed Bell 407 at IDEX2017, converted passenger helo for COIN ops can fire Hellfire, Hydra rockets + machine guns
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    The Most Interesting Military Vehicles of the 2017 IDEX Defence Show


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    Top 5 of IDEX 2017

    This week, hundreds of thousands of defence professionals, world leaders, military and journalists converge on Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre for the IDEX 2017.

    The IDEX defence show takes place in Abu Dhabi from 19 to 23 February 2017, the most important event of its kind in the Middle East. IDEX 2017 is one of the world’s largest and most strategically important defence and security exhibitions. Exhibitors and visitors have the opportunity to meet local and international manufacturers and suppliers of the latest equipment, technology and systems.

    A total of 1,235 companies including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and UkrOboronProm are taking part in the five-day defence expo. More than 100,000 visitors are expected to descend on the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec).

    Here are five vehicles, that surprised us on IDEX 2017.

    5. Kaplan-20 armored fighting vehicle
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    The Turkish defence FNSS company unveiled its new generation armored fighting vehicle that has the ability to move together with main battle tanks, has a 22-25 Hp/ton power-to-weight ratio, which takes into account the weight of the communication system and the automatic transmission.

    The Kaplan-20 architecture contains protection systems against mines, rocket propelled grenades and kinetic energy threats. In addition up to date electronic subsystems are also integrated together with high performance power pack, heavy duty suspension and tracks which enables the vehicle to carry heavy loads such as 105 mm gun systems.

    4. Rabdan armored wheeled vehicle
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    UAE company Tawazun officially unveiled its Rabdan armoured vehicle at IDEX 2017.

    Rabdan has been developed by Al Jasoor, a joint venture company between Tawazun and Otokar UAE, which is a subsidiary of Otokar. The infantry fighting vehicle is to be built in manufacturing facilities at the Tawazun Industrial Park in Abu Dhabi.

    The UAE Army has long had a requirement for a new vehicle to replace its tracked BMP-3 vehicles but wants a more mobile 8×8 wheeled vehicle to take its place.

    3. Milosh BOV M16 armoured combat vehicle

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    Serbia’s Yugoimport-SDPR unveiled the Milosh BOV M16 armoured multi-purpose combat vehicle at IDEX 2017 exhibition.

    The Milosh BOV M16 is a new tactical armoured combat vehicle designed and manufactured by Yugoimport-SDPR in SDPR “Complex Battle Systems” factory in Velika Plana, Serbia.

    2. «Fantom» unmanned tactical vehicle
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    SFTE “SpetsTechnoExport”, which is a part of the SC “Ukroboronprom”, has showcased a new «Fantom» unmanned tactical multipurpose vehicle at IDEX 2017.

    The developers have integrated the anti-tank missile system “Barrier” into “Fantom”. With such armament, the nearly invisible and mobile “Fantom” is capable of striking heavy and light armoured targets at a distance of 100 to 5,000 meters. In addition, “Fantom” is equipped with a stabilized rotating platform for different types of armament. Fire tests of “Fantom” with the installed machine gun of 12.7 mm calibre confirmed the high efficiency of the new development.

    1. JAIS 4×4 multi-purpose fighting vehicle
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    The JAIS Family of Vehicles brings together forty years of experience in protected optimized mobility. The JAIS is the next generation of MRAP, providing essential balance between firepower, survivability, but with mobility for modern, conventional and asymmetric operations. Crew survivability is centred around a battle-proven “crew citadel” protection system, protecting against mine, IED and ballistic threats. The JAIS vehicle architecture supports multiple mission variants and equipment options, such as a full motorised infantry section, with a manned turret or remote weapon system.

    The vehicle also provides cost-effective solutions for recce, patrol, utility and specialist roles, such as the ambulance variant. The highly modular JAIS family of vehicles provide modern suspension and powertrain, high power to weight ratio and excellent situational awareness.

    The modular design employed in both the 4×4 and 6×6 ensures that all aspects of maintenance, servicing and repairs can easily be undertaken even in-the-field. With up to 90% commonality with the larger 6×6, the logistics footprint to support a diverse fleet is reduced thereby lowering total cost of owner-shop

    http://defence-blog.com/army/top-5-idex2017.html
     
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    China presented 39 products some for the first time outside of China


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    IN boat there for taking part in naval show. Details in evening.
     
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    New XMini Robotic Manufacturing System introduced by Exechon at IDEX 2017
    Exechon, LLC, a joint-venture (JV) company comprising Abu Dhabi-based Injaz National, U.S. global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin, and Sweden-based Tecgrant AB, introduced its new XMini today at the International Defence Exposition and Conference (IDEX) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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    New XMini Robotic Manufacturing System showcased at IDEX 2017


    The XMini is a robotic, next-generation intelligent portable machine system that uses Parallel Kinematics Machining (PKM) to support industrial automated manufacturing capabilities. As a standalone tool or as part of an existing production system, the XMini merges the flexibility and high dynamics of the articulated-arm robot with the stiffness and accuracy of the rigid machine tool. The device, which is made of carbon fiber, can be taken apart and reassembled inside spaces traditionally inaccessible to machines or people, such as an aircraft wing box.

    The XMini is the first product developed by the JV, and establishes an engineering and manufacturing center for advancing this technology in the aerospace, defense and automotive sectors, as well as other industrial areas. The facility is set to open at Masdar Institute in 2017.

    "Exechon is based in the UAE to nurture local innovation and accelerate the expansion of industrial automation and robotics manufacturing in the region," said Kalle Neumann, Exechon chief executive officer. "The XMini on display at IDEX is built locally in Abu Dhabi to support international aerospace, defense and automotive markets around the world."

    Commenting on the partnership, Rick Edwards, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, said, "We are excited to celebrate this milestone in the partnership with local experts to develop the XMini, which will enhance local manufacturing capabilities and create long-term economic benefits. The XMini reflects Lockheed Martin's commitment to supporting the UAE's goal of becoming the leading supplier of cutting-edge, automated manufacturing technology."

    His Excellency Sultan Rashed Saeed Al Dhaheri, chairman of Injaz National added, "Today marks an important step in our international collaboration to bring this new technology and manufacturing capacity into the UAE. We look forward to continuing our partnership to facilitate meaningful and lasting economic impact throughout the Emirates."

    Exechon has several key partnerships in the UAE and around the world to bring its products to market:

    - Tawazun Economic Council. The Council made the formation of the JV possible through its support of the UAE's strategy to develop advanced and pioneering technology for the UAE and worldwide markets.

    - Masdar Institute of Science and Technology. The Masdar Institute is a research-oriented university in Abu Dhabi. Our Application and Technology Center will be located on its campus.

    - Premier Composites. Dubai-based Premier Composites is the supplier for XMini carbon fiber components. Maintaining a local supply chain for critical parts lowers costs and maximizes local economic value addition.

    - AAR. An industry-leading provider of aviation services and integrated supply-chain solutions, U.S.-based AAR is responsible for XMini strategic production sourcing, procurement, kitting, and aftermarket component distribution.

    The XMini can be found on display in the Lockheed Martin stand at IDEX, at 01-A11 in the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).

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    Airbus Zephyr HAPS makes first civil flight in Dubai

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    A team of engineers from the Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST) and the Airbus Zephyr programme has successfully completed the first civil flight of the Airbus Zephyr High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS).

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    The flight, completed last week in Dubai, achieved the highest altitude ever reached in the United Arab Emirates, 61,696 ft., and by completing a full day / night cycle of operation also recorded the longest flight of any aircraft within the UAE.
    The flight was approved by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) and represents the first time that a HAPS operation has been authorised by a civil authority.
    "DCAA are proud to have been able to support EIAST and Airbus to complete the first flight of a High Altitude pseudo-satellite in the UAE." said Michael Rudolph of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) and then explained the importance of the operation.
    "By working closely with EIAST, Airbus, DCAA, Sheikh Zayed Centre and our military Air Force colleagues we have been able to complete not only the first flight of such a novel air vehicle but also safely manage a flight to above 60,000 feet close to one of the three busiest airports in the world. This shows that Dubai and the DCAA hold a leading position in developing and implementing procedures and policies for the safe and efficient operation of UAVs within the region"
    Sarah Amiri, EIAST Programme manager for the Advanced Aerial Systems Programme said “This has been an outstanding cooperation between Airbus, EIAST and the Dubai CAA and we are delighted that within a few short months we have integrated, tested and flown such an advanced unmanned aircraft and been able to demonstrate a number of applications that are critical to Dubai and the wider world.”
    “The flight in Dubai demonstrated the ability of Zephyr to operate in regions of the world’s most crowded airspaces”, said Chris Kelleher, Technical Director of the Airbus HAPS programme. ”I am immensely grateful for the support and diligence of the Dubai CAA and other authorities in working closely with the combined EIAST Airbus Team to ensure a safe and successful stratospheric flight. With all systems working well in temperatures ranging between +40oC and -80oC and up to a maximum altitude of 61,696ft, this flight further reinforces confidence in Zephyr for users and regulators.”
    Jens Federhen, Head of the Airbus HAPS programme, highlighted the importance of this most recent flight for the Airbus programme: ”Airbus has long recognised the value that HAPS can bring to important civil applications such as resource management, environmental monitoring and support to emergency services and it was critical that we demonstrated that the Zephyr could be operated under civil jurisdiction to enable these services to be offered. With the support of the Dubai CAA, EIAST has shown, for the first time anywhere, that such operations can be undertaken in the civil domain.”
    EIAST and Airbus now intend to work together on the development of more advanced HAPS systems and payloads and, through further demonstrating safe flight operations, to enable these systems to provide essential services to the civil and commercial markets.


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    Zephyr is a High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) that fills a capability gap between satellites and UAVs:

    • runs exclusively on solar power
    • flies above the weather and above commercial air traffic.
    Replacing one conventional UAV with just one Zephyr would save 2,000 tons of fuel each year.

    Uniquely designed for both military and commercial purposes, Zephyr can deliver numerous payload capabilities across two platforms. Zephyr S with its ability to carry payloads, offering voice, data communications both line of sight and beyond the line of sight, and line of sight high resolution optical imagery. Zephyr T carrying larger payloads offers the ability to bring more active payloads to the fore; for example, widespread, persistent internet coverage to remote areas of the globe, and active RADAR. Together they enable real-time mapping, internet and a number of surveillance opportunities to meet a broad range of requirements.


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    Airbus has two variants of the Zephyr designed to accommodate a variety of payload capacities.

    Zephyr S is the name of the production variant of the Zephyr 8 vehicle.

    The larger size of the Zephyr T (Twin) vehicle enables it to accommodate payloads with larger masses and continuous power in excess of 300W to accommodate for example RADAR, LIDAR,ESM/ELINT and Broadband CommsA key feature of the Zephyr family is that they share common avionics, software, power flosystems, propulsion design and command and control and aero-structural design and elements. This means that production of the larger vehicle follows closely on the success of the Zephyr S.

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    Well I wish Egypt would purchase gear from the UAE not only are they a brotherly nation but much more trustworthy and reliable then other partners that we have *Cough* America *Cough*
     
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    Indeed, all Arabs should complement each others in military gear, it has started happening, it is a good sign since they are all still developing their military industries, some faster, some slower, but they are getting there with other Muslim brothers too like Turkey, Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia, and also with reliable and trustworthy friends like China, South Africa, South Korea and Brazil among others..
     
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    You can get MRAP and also few other products from UAE.

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    PLZ52 155mm Self Propelled Howitzer from China
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    Siham3 Naval Gun with AA Capability - UAE JV with Leonardo & MBDA

    The UAE company will be responsible for the integration of the weapon system, which combines two Leonardo products: the OTO Marlin WS 30mm Naval Gun and the Medusa MK4/B Electro-Optical Fire Control System, EO-FCS, providing a stand-alone capability to detect and track with high accuracy either air or surface targets. The system is completed with an MBDA Twin Air Defence Mistral missile launcher on a single mounting.

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    Cruise Speed
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    Thank you Sir and I hope that we will be seeing few nice clicks (provided to you) (not reported but taken with details) once the event concluded. Waiting.

    Hows going in there BTW,

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    Ampoint highlights new 3XMag-1 and 6XMag-1 magnifiers at IDEX 2017
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    Estonia's MILREM has partnered with International Golden Group and Aselsan to integrate the latter's Stabilised Advanced Remote Weapon Station (SARP) on the Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System (THeMIS) unmanned ground vehicle (UGV).
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    Interesting...

    Idex 2017 Microsoft Hololens....

     
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