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THURSDAY 16 JUNE

En vert et bleu
Si Eurosatory reste le Salon de
référence de la Défense terrestre
et aéroterrestre, on constate en
parcourant ses allées la montée
en puissance, forte et rapide, des
exposants relevant du domaine de
la Sécurité. Aux côtés du gris et du
kaki, le bleu et le noir des services
de police et de Gendarmerie, le
rouge et le blanc des industriels
de Sécurité et de Secours viennent
enrichir la palette des couleurs
habituelles. Le mouvement ne
date pas d’aujourd’hui, mais il
trouve toutefois cette année un
nouvel élan, au rythme de plus en
plus soutenu des attentats et des
attaques du grand banditisme qui
secouent le monde. S’il ne fallait
citer que l’exemple français, on
se souviendra que les attentats de

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Paris, en novembre dernier, ont eu
un impact direct et profond sur les
investissements en équipements
de Sécurité.
Le RETEX des attaques islamistes
dans la capitale française a donné
lieu à des échanges nourris entre
services gouvernementaux et
industriels pour aboutir, in fine,
à une vingtaine d’expressions
de besoins ciblées : mini drones
pouvant fonctionner en intérieur,
sécurisation et ségrégation des
réseaux de communication au
profit des équipes de secours et
d’intervention, renouvellement des
armements des groupes d’intervention, etc.
La course entre la cuirasse et
l’épée est une constante du monde
de la Défense. Cette compétition
éternelle touche maintenant de
plein fouet les professionnels de

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la Sécurité. Contraintes et forcées, les forces de l’ordre doivent
prendre rapidement des mesures
pour retrouver l’ascendant sur
un adversaire qui se renforce.
Et c’est ainsi que le RAID, unité
d’intervention de la Police nationale, équipe ses antennes régionales de véhicules blindés PVP.
Et c’est encore le Titus 6x6 de
Nexter Systems, repeint en noir
et exposé sur le stand du ministère de l’Intérieur, qui porte
aujourd’hui l’insigne de ce même
RAID. A ses côtés, un 4x4 Sherpa
blindé RTD aux couleurs du GIGN
de la Gendarmerie nationale et
porteur d’une échelle d’assaut. Et,
autre exemple encore, la dotation
des brigades anti-criminalité en
fusils d’assaut pour faire face à des
AK47 devenues trop communes
dans les villes françaises.
Dans ce contexte, l’industrie de la
Sécurité est mise au défi, mais elle
est équipée et structurée pour faire
face. Un rapport du PIPAME (Pôle
Interministériel de Prospective
et d’Anticipation des Mutations
Economiques) rappelle que ce secteur représente 130 000 personnes
et 21 milliards d’Euros de chiffre
d’affaires dans l’hexagone. Selon ce
même rapport, 20 % des sociétés
seraient duales, répondant aussi
bien aux besoins de la Défense qu’à
ceux de la Sécurité. Une dualité
qui se renforce dans l’industrie
et trouve un écho non seulement
sur les stands d’Eurosatory, mais
aussi parmi les visiteurs qui en
sillonnent les allées.

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Au prix de quelques cen. équipement de confinement des explosions (ici. Le principe de cet équipement est de contenir le souffle de l’explosion et de le canaliser en vertical. son DHY 307 déjà utilisé sur de nombreux théâtres d’opérations. tel un Engin Explosif Improvisé (EEI).tablette numérique (ou UMPC) taines de grammes supplémen. le DHY 307 LWS figure avec une caméra Jim LR et le système d’acquisition de cibles Sterna. en effet parmi les plus légers de Safran) du marché. sans qu’il y ait épandage des agents toxiques sur les lieux d’intervention et sans qu’il soit nécessaire d’interrompre les activités dans leurs alentours. par les forces spéciales françaises. Mais. il est utilisé par des forces spéciales et des entités privées pour sécuriser immédiatement les personnes w SEA Cilas fait preuve de légèreté ➔ PAR FRÉDÉRIC LERT Cilas (France) est bien connue pour ses désignateurs laser avec. il intègre aussi une caméra Après une expérimentation réussie à champ étroit (2. Facile et rapide. qu’elles soient qualifiées Otan ou pas. L’image obtenue s’affiche sur une (Stands 6G230/6F80) et les biens en cas de découverte d’un objet suspect. dernière génération de dispositifs de confinement des explosions. Sur les cinq continents. Sa version LWS (Light Weight System) aujourd’hui commercialisée retient le système de guidage laser semi-actif utilisable avec une large gamme de munitions guidées. M Légèreté et efficacité sont Avec une masse d’environ des qualités du DHY 307 LWS (ici 4 kg. il apporte en plus de nouvelles performances en matière de modularité et de légèreté. tout en gardant une puissance d’émission de 80 mJ.connectée au désignateur laser. notamment. Hazmat Transportation Equipment et Bio Bag. Ils permettent un confinement des agents chimiques ou biologiques. taires. Par ailleurs. l’opérateur tient en main un disrupteur) 5 . son utilisation ne nécessite aucune formation particulière.ciels. (Stand 6G371) O Le GBK.Sho LAND Une réponse aux attentats à la bombe ➔ PAR ED SIPATSEL Sema World (France) présente le Ground Bomb Killer (GBK). Elle permet dans les mains des services offià l’opérateur de rapidement iden. tels les Dirty Bomb Killer.4°). ce matériel a été sélectionné tifier et désigner les objectifs. Sema World expose aussi des solutions de protection développées pour répondre aux menaces NRBCe.

déploiement simple et rapide. il est construit en acier chromé. la boîte est facilement transportable une fois repliée en mode “transport”. Doté d’une crosse télescopique à cinq positions. Le M4 est produit en deux types : le Black et le M Le M4 (ici en version M4 A1 Battle Brown recouvert d’une Black 14” Multi-Rail. à balle en caoutchouc. une ouverture plus grande pour insérer tous les appareils de contrôle ou de manipulation nécessaires à l’intérieur de la cellule totalement isolée. l’isolateur K-CIP™ ne manque pas d’atouts . de 70 mm ou 76 mm. équipement complet. dangereux ou suspects.Sho LAND La force contre la violence ➔ PAR JACQUES DE LESTAPIS Arme anti-émeutes. ou perforantes. à plomb. ou encore pénétrantes à gaz lacrymogène ou fumigène. le M4 de Benelli (Italie) est un fusil semi-automatique à double emprunt des gaz. tout en gardant un espace de travail confortable de 83 cm de long sur 42 cm de haut et 32 cm de profondeur. permet de tirer différentes cartouches. (Stand 6GF692) O Transport aisé. L’expérience accumulée à cette occasion a permis d’améliorer encore ses performances et son ergonomie dans la manipulation. Cellule d’investigation portable entièrement hermétique. Un manchon pour le lancement de grenades s’installe si besoin au bout du canon. Le chargeur tubulaire pour des munitions de calibre 12. voire à grenailles diverses. pointeur ou viseur optique. ce dernier a été utilisé avec succès en Guinée tout au long de l’épidémie Ebola. d’échantillons contaminants. crosse protection céramique qui lui repliée) dispose de trois confère une exceptionnelle sécurités et peut être opéré robustesse. Lisse. De l’encombrement d’une simple mallette et d’un poids de 6 kg. ou encore lampe. spécialiste d’équipements de microbiologie. (Stand 6E371) manuellement The Survivability Experts PROTECTING THOSE WHO PROTECT US w SEA Boîte à gants pour situations d’urgence ➔ PAR FRÉDÉRIC LERT K-Plan (France). celui-ci est disponible en versions 14” (355 mm) et 18” (470 mm). expose une nouvelle version de son isolateur “boîte à gants” K-CIP™. en toute sécurité pour les biologistes. La glissière supérieure de type Picatinny sert à l’installation d’aides à la visée. notamment. Sa nouvelle version offre. anodé et phosphaté.

(Stand 5LK636) New Protection Technologies Live-Shooting Demonstrations Today 11:00 and 15:00 info@ibdgroup. Ils combinent efficacité. permet un transfert rapide des contaminants en son sein. Il se caractérise au premier coup d’œil par le champ de vision très large offert par sa visière en polycarbonate. ce gant. Disponible en quatre tailles. Ayant bénéficié du Régime d’Appui PME pour l’Innovation Duale (RAPID). La cartouche de filtrage peut être installée indifféremment. chimiques ou biologiques. une solution simple. (Stands 6G597/5B327) M Dec’Pol®. AirBoss Defense poursuit également le développement de gants de protection Low Burden Glove (LBG). déclinant sa gamme d’équipements Low Burden. grâce à une association de matériaux absorbants qu’il contient. AirBoss Defense (Canada) présente son masque respiratoire Low Burden Mask (LBM – Masque à faible niveau de contrainte).de Hall 6 K 567 Booth No. dispositif mis en place par la DGA et la DGE (Direction Générale des Entreprises) françaises. haut niveau de résistance et confort d’utilisation pour le porteur. Par ailleurs. ces derniers. Sa conception physique innovante optimise son efficacité et empêche tout relargage de toxiques. Dec’Pol® décontamine à lui seul jusqu’à 9 m². ilion v German Pa . S’utilisant simplement en le passant sur tout type de surface (vêtements. il est léger (465 g) et simple d’emploi. Il évite ainsi les réaérosolisations et les contaminations croisées.Sho LAND w SEA Pour sauver des vies ➔ PAR JACQUES DE LESTAPIS Avec son gant de décontamination d’urgence Dec’Pol®. résistante aux chocs. lequel peut également recevoir un amplificateur de voix sur sa face avant et un système d’hydratation. peau). rapide et efficace en cas de contamination chimique ou biologique Un masque respiratoire qui soigne son profil ➔ PAR FRÉDÉRIC LERT M Le masque LBM se reconnaît par son importante visière panoramique Spécialiste des équipements de protection individuels et collectifs contre les menaces NRBC. sont détruits par les agents actifs qu’il contient. Il se veut imperméable à tous les agents biologiques et à de nombreux autres chimiques. équipements.ibd-deisenroth. Une fois absorbés. sur la droite ou sur la gauche du masque. Ouvry (France) s’ouvre au marché de la décontamination après celui relevant du domaine NRBC que cette société domine depuis longtemps. avec une mise en place en moins de neuf secondes revendiquée par son constructeur.com | www.

False alarm rates are high. the China North Industries Corporation (Norinco) (Hall 5. In its dismounted or RCV configuration. Roberta Pinotti. signed a co-operation agreement that will see Italy join the development programme for the MBDA Aster 30 Block 1 NT surface-to-air missile. Stand H521) is launching its latest Red Arrow 12 multipurpose missile. By using an array of laser diodes. but it has no diagnosis capability. but can also confirm and diagnose them. also referred to as the Hongjian-12 (HJ-12).600 missiles have been ordered by 11 customers. The complete system weighs 22kg. The upgrade programme was launched by France in December. It can also be incorporated into larger route-proving vehicles. 8 Arrow strikes ➔ CHRISTOPHER F FOSS Following its first showing at the Zhuhai Air Show less than two years ago. Italian SAMP/T missiles are currently deployed to Turkey to protect against potential ballistic missile attacks from Syrian territory. Finally. on the international market here at Eurosatory. 1. It has a soft launch capability that allows it to be launched from inside buildings. mounted on a tripod. In many respects the Red Arrow 12 is very similar to the now widely deployed US Raytheon/Lockheed Martin FGM-148 Javelin missile. and also includes the modernisation of the land-based SAMP/T system that serves with the French air force and Italian army.100mm of rolled homogenous armour protected with explosive reactive armour. maintaining the momentum of advance. Trials have shown that it can locate objects buried by up to 1. Stand J521) from Estonia. but a dismounted soldier version could be ready in about six months. As declared at the AngloFrench summit held in Amiens in March. Objects underground affect the surface pattern and are revealed on the operator’s display. which uses the Block 1 missile. . an EOD specialist would have to brush away overmatter to confirm the nature of the suspected emplacement. It features a nose-mounted imaging infrared seeker for all-weather target engagement. The shoulder-launched oneman portable system consists of the missile in its launch tube and the clip-on target acquisition module. France and Italy initiated the original Aster programme in coalition operations. requiring further investigation by dismounted troops with metal detectors that are ineffective against low-metal content devices. Ground Eye has an effective coverage of 2-3m2. the UK has signalled an interest in upgrading to the new missile for its Type 45 destroyers. a camera and a vibration source to create a microseismic field. which already use the Aster 15 and 30. augmenting ground-penetrating radar (GPR) by providing rapid confirmation and diagnosis. allowing a trained operator to identify what is beneath the ground in real time. Difficult-to-detect items such as pressure plates made of wood or plastic are clearly revealed. a laser/seismo system that not only detects suspected emplaced threats. as well radio-controlled vehicles (RCVs). This ability allows forces to move at greater speed than with current counter-IED methods. taking into account the increased threat of ballistic missile attacks. Stand D658) has unveiled a new development in IED detection in the shape of GroundEye.5m. Tests have been conducted in a range of soil types and climatic conditions. Currently GPR is the primary means of detecting suspected emplacements for route-proving applications. The missile has both direct fire and top attack capabilities. An Aster missile is fired by an Italian SAMP/T unit 1988. The system plays an active role in the NATO active layered theatre ballistic missile defence network.000m and is fitted with a tandem high-explosive anti-tank warhead that is claimed will penetrate up to 1.Sho LAND w SEA Italy joins missile modernisation Red ➔ DAVID DONALD On Tuesday. and has been used in support of NATO and IED imaging speeds the advance Raytheon (Hall 5. The system is still in development. and adapts the ground systems of the SAMP/T. GroundEye accurately images the surface pattern using advanced image processing techniques. to date. French defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and his Italian counterpart. Red Arrow 12 has a maximum range of 4. but can be fitted with a TV warhead. The new upgrade programme significantly modernises the electronics of the Aster 30 Block 1. GroundEye is being displayed on the Milrem THeMIS unmanned ground vehicle (Hall 5. but the system can be adapted for use by dismounted troops. looking around 1m ahead.

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the first replacing the laser rangefinder/designator with the eye-safe system. allowing a blending of imagery between the two systems. the most significant of which was the M-TADS/PNVS (modernised target acquisition and designation system/pilot night vision system. but adds a near-infrared (NIR) channel for low light conditions. Stand K201) is now introducing another major change to the system that not only places the main constituents into a new High Reliability Turret installation. The company was created at the start of the year. . “The best way for us to meet these special requirements is to enter the market without being dependent on a platform provider so that we can base our business model entirely on customer demands. M-DSA is being introduced in two phases. The European Union has already given the sale the green light. also known as Arrowhead) fielded from 2005. the MILDS missile warning sensor and antenna development for the Typhoon’s Captor-E radar. At the same time. The second phase – covering NIR. with the ability to perform some tasks on the flightline. EBS will take the name of Moritz Carl Hensoldt. Other features of the M-DSA are the addition of an inertial measurement unit to improve stability.” According to Müller.5°) and ultra-narrow (0. the system has been made more maintainable. This results in reduced costs and increased availability. M-DSA not only sports fullcolour high-definition capability. and therefore effective range. This was contracted in November 2010. Dornier. and the ability to present a picture- The Apache’s Arrowhead sensor installation includes a day sensor assembly in the port side of the lower sensor group in-picture display of detailed imagery. Technology from Lockheed Martin’s Sniper XR targeting pod has been incorporated. a 19th century pioneer of optical instruments.64°). Telefunken and Zeiss. the ‘XR’ algorithm suite providing longerrange image resolution.9°). colour and laser pointer – was contracted in December 2015. With 4.32°). The medium and narrow fields are identical to those offered by the accompanying M-NSA (modernised night sensor assembly). Lockheed Martin (Hall 6. EBS draws on the heritage and advanced SEA otected an A new sensor house technologies of predecessor companies such as AérospatialeMatra. which will initially take 74. since we are convinced that defence electronics will constitute a profitable growth market following its own laws. The previous w DSA was a monochrome unit with two selectable fields of view (4° and 0. the attack helicopter’s sensor suite has undergone a number of improvements.” explained Thomas Müller. “We have decided to combine the sensor technologies of Airbus Defence and Space together with Sharper eyes for Apache Since the Boeing AH-64 Apache’s introduction into service in the mid-1980s. The system also offers three fields of view: medium (9.Sho LAND ➔ DAVID DONALD By next spring there should be a new name in the marketplace: Hensoldt. Under current plans this will be the branding adopted early in 2017 by the newly formed Airbus Defence and Space Electronics and Border Security (EBS). the TRS-4D naval radar for Germany’s F125 frigates. but also replaces the daylight sensor group with a more capable system called M-DSA (modernised day sensor assembly).000 employees. mostly in Germany. EBS brings together the sensor technology activities of Airbus DS into a single company. the sale to KKR “will help us to develop into a global Germany-based supplier of premium defence and security electronics that is not dependent on any platform”. While the US Army is the initial recipient. and first flew at Redstone Arsenal in February 2014. which signed a contract to buy 24 AH-64Es last week. a laser pointer marker. narrow (2. Among the current key projects of EBS are the ASR-NG airport surveillance radar. the M-DSA is also available for export: the first confirmed customer is Qatar. and in March it was announced that it would be sold to US investment company KKR.9 per cent of the shares following approvals from the French and German governments. and adoption of an eye-safe laser to allow both operations 10 the associated electronics and to create a new sensor house outside the Airbus Group. and training to be undertaken in environments previously denied to the Apache for laser use. managing director of EBS. When the share sale is finalised.

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Additional sensor stations can be integrated into the overall system to increase its coverage.com/codis · twitter. typically at about 3km range. The system can be integrated with many types of commincations links. The system incorporates a Rada RPS-42 radar and a Controp MEOS electro-optical system with thermal imager and longrange daylight TV cameras. weight. power. and cost (SWaP-c). sensors and remote equipment. Stands B170/171) is involved in the naval mission tactic system for the Brazilian navy’s EC 725 helicopters. automatically by the system by applying preset algorithms. including small Group 1 quadcopters. The company is exhibiting its tactical command and control system. or undertaken Codis SV smart displays for vehicle C4ISR with optimal space. mortars and aerial threats. or tailored for fixed installations. the system then analyses the guidance and communication frequencies that are associated with it. but also a potentially lethal one as carriers of weapons. RF jammers from Netline then scramble the drone’s GPS guidance or its wireless communications to neutralise it. Radio signal detectors are also included. Together with its Tamir interceptor vehicles. which not only pose an intrusive threat. The system is Rafael’s response to the growing threat from small drones. Iron Dome.com/Esterline 12 . When a drone is detected. whose modular nature allows it to be tailored to meet the needs of military and security forces. and in providing the mission and simulator support system for the Gripen NG next-generation fighter. Atech is Brazil’s leading systems house. Iron Dome has been tested for a number of applications. Control & Communication Systems Featuring CODIS Products www. The system can be controlled by a single person. who is provided with screens to show imagery from the electro-optical sensors and a tactical picture of the environment. ➔ DAVID DONALD First shown at the LAAD show in Brazil some weeks ago. and has sold the Skyflow air traffic management system to India. Atech (Hall 6. it has been at the forefront of large strategic systems. including the C-Dome maritime version. such as the SIVAM Amazon surveillance system. Drone Dome is the latest in Rafael’s ‘Dome’ family of protective systems. In Brazil. nuclearelectric generation laboratory and the nation’s air traffic monitoring system.Sho LAND w SEA Brazilian Safe inside the Drone Dome expertise Part of the Embraer Group. It is also an exporter. with extensive know-how in the development and implementation of critical mission systems. Rafael’s Drone Dome is making its European debut at Eurosatory. The sensors can be combined into a single deployable installation.esterline. Drone Dome combines a number of sensors to detect and track UAVs. The original. Activation of the jammers to disable a drone can be initiated manually by the operator. provides rapid-response defence against rockets.

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il peut recevoir jusqu’à deux charges de neutralisation des objets suspects.Sho LAND w SEA Des jumeaux chez les Iguane ➔ PAR FRÉDÉRIC LERT ECA Group (France) présente l’Iguane. Avec ses senseurs embarqués. bactériologiques ou nucléaires. l’engin peut détecter et analyser en temps réel des substances dangereuses. (Stand 5K760) P L’Iguane embarque différentes charges utiles. optimisé pour la lutte contre les EEI et les pièges explosifs. recherche dans un avion civil) ® d e F N d e r F a m ily 7DNLQJ DGYDQWDJH RI LWV ORQJVWDQGLQJ ¿UHDUPV H[SHUWLVH )1 +HUVWDO KDV GHVLJQHG DQG GHYHORSHG D FRPSOHWH IDPLO\ RI GH)1GHU®UHPRWH ZHDSRQ VWDWLRQV WR FRXQWHU FXUUHQW DQG HPHUJLQJ WKUHDWV IRU ERWK ODQG DQG QDYDO DSSOLFDWLRQV ([WUHPHO\ PRGXODU WKH GH)1GHU®FDQ LQWHJUDWH DOO )1 PDFKLQH JXQV LQFOXGLQJ WKH XQLTXH )1®M 3 R PDFKLQH JXQ ZLWK KLJK ¿ULQJ UDWH RI  530 5DWKHU WKDQ MXVW GHVLJQLQJ DQG SURGXFLQJ WKH GH)1GHU®  )1 +HUVWDO FROODERUDWHV ZLWK HYHU\ HQG XVHU DQGRU 2(0 WR HQVXUH SURSHU LQWHJUDWLRQ RI LWV V\VWHP RQWR QHZ RU LQ VHUYLFH ODQG RU QDYDO SODWIRUP ZZZIQKHUVWDOFRP 0HHW 8V DW (XURVDWRU\ ӛ %HOJLDQ 3DYLOLRQ +DOO  ӛ %RRWK QR )  3RUWDEOH )LUHDUPV ӛ )1®e -n o v a tio nӛ /HVV /HWKDO ӛ $LU /DQG 6HD :HDSRQ 6\VWHPV ӛ 6PDOO &DOLEHU $PPXQLWLRQ 15 . Quelle que soit sa version. L’Iguane E est. Outre son bras manipulateur. Le contrôle à distance se fait via une tablette tactile augmentée d’un pupitre de commande. Sous le contrôle d’un opérateur. selon les missions qui lui sont demandées (ici. un robot terrestre modulaire capable d’endosser différentes charges utiles selon le profil de mission demandé. Son très grand niveau de mobilité est assuré par quatre ensembles chenillés dont l’assiette variable permet de faire évoluer la garde au sol suivant les besoins. l’Iguane est aisément transportable par deux personnes et il emporte les mêmes équipements de contrôle et de guidage. quant à lui. il peut également procéder à des prélèvements avec son bras manipulateur. L’Iguane est ainsi optimisé pour celles de lutte contre les menaces chimiques.

le tout est en interconnexion permanente et ne requiert pas plus de deux minutes pour se mettre en route entre périodes de veille passive. for the first time. when they need it. At Leidos.) et de mini-drones. la petite Estonie s’est fait une spécialité des systèmes de surveillance de frontière. Contrôlé par une simple liaison radio multi-fréquences sur une distance allant jusqu’à 10 km d’allongement entre éléments. the UK MoD will see the whole picture. celle-ci sera analysée et entraînera ou non l’envoi d’une patrouille pour inspection. thermiques. une image est automatiquement transmise au centre de contrôle. sismiques. Lorsqu’un mouvement est détecté par un capteur. as it is happening. Véritable œil virtuel entièrement alimenté par batteries individuelles rechargeables. La longévité des batteries d’accumulateurs rend Smartdec économique et fiable. déjà vendue à une trentaine de pays du globe. (Stand 5J521) Silence the Noise FIND THE SIGNAL.com/eurosatory Copyright © 2015 Leidos. etc. Là. we ensure our front-line troops can get what they need. All rights Reserved. Learn more at: Stand #D567 leidos.Sho LAND w SEA Surveiller automatiquement une frontière H24 ➔ PAR JEAN-MICHEL GUHL Rendue méfiante par la proximité d’un grand voisin qui a nié son indépendance à deux reprises au siècle dernier. La société Defendec met en avant cette année sa plate-forme automatique autonome de surveillance Smartdec. 16 . Supporting the UK MoD’s Logistic Commodities & Services Transformation (LCS[T]) program. elle permet la mise en réseau de O Composition schématique du système de surveillance Smartdec capteurs terrestres de types variés (optiques.

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le lance-grenade de 40 mm CZ-805 G1. déclinés en 9x19 mm et . est prévue une série complète et diversifiée d’accessoires d’aide au tir. avec mécanisme de détente SA/DA Omega.40 Smith & Wesson. le fusil d’assaut CZ-805 Bren à culasse rotative en 5. en option.62x51 mm. Pour toutes ces armes.Sho LAND w SEA De l’autodéfense au combat d’infanterie P Le Scorpion ➔ PAR JEAN-PIERRE HUSSON Evo III S1. (Stand 5K521) . il est aussi proposé en version semiautomatique Evo III S1 pour utilisation de police. semiautomatique. par exemple. vient s’ajouter le pistolet- 18 mitrailleur Scorpion Evo III A1. Aujourd’hui. Aux semi-automatiques à grande puissance de feu de la série P-07 et P-09. ergonomique et ambidextre.56x45 mm. équipe les forces de sécurité Le c at a lo g ue Česká Zbrojovka (CZ) (République tchèque) présente une gamme complète d’armes de poing ou d’épaule de petits calibres en mesure de satisfaire les exigences les plus variées des militaires et des forces de sécurité. il est chambré en 7. Quant au fusil de précision à répétition manuelle à verrou CZ 750. L’offre en matière d’armes longues est également complète avec. proposé avec deux longueurs de canon et pouvant recevoir.

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sa protection contre les pro- jectiles de RPG7 antichars. cette société produit encore des véhicules blindés de maintien de l’ordre destinés à la police de Macao. et visible sur le stand de la DGA. un Unimog 4x4 blindé de maintien de l’ordre 20 w .Sho LAND SEA Le blindage à l’honneur ➔ PAR JACQUES DE LESTAPIS Alors qu’il est loisible d’apprécier sur le Salon plusieurs exemplaires du CaRaPACE (CAmion R Av itailleur Pétrolier de l’Avant à Capacité Etendue) du SEA dont Essonne Sécurité (Groupe Armoric Holding – France) a conçu et réalisé le blindage niveau 2 de la cabine du porteur Scania et de son caisson. d’une échelle Patriot. Parmi d’autres programmes en cours. la version LOG (logistique) du 4x4 Sherpa FS (Forces Spéciales) de Renault Trucks Defense. notamment. elle comprend une plate-forme à ridelles en aluminium démontables. avec une grue de levage et une prédisposition pour l’intégration d’un quai de manutention à deux rangées de rouleaux.5 tonnes de fret. (Stands 6F630/Ext Pe6b H20/5F140/5F141) P Pour Macao. ils sont réalisés sur un châssis 4x4 Unimog 500 allemand et équipés. à la défense et à l’anti-émeute. Dévolu à l’intervention. Pour un poids inférieur à 700 kg. ainsi que le SCAPA (Shaped Charge Advanced Bar Armor). permettant l’emport de 2. et l’intégration/qualification du brouilleur et du tourelleau téléopéré.

ELECTRONICS & DEFENSE PATROLLERTM. THE TACTICAL DRONE by Safran The long-endurance. “Safran’s new long-endurance UAV carries the payload that matches your needs. an EASA-certified airframe and payload capacity exceeding 250 kg. multi-sensor tactical UAV system The new Patroller™ UAS from Safran carries a wide array of sensors to address all your surveillance requirements. Patroller™ is a quiet platform with 24-hour endurance. for extra sensory perceptions!” safran-electronics-defense.com : @SafranElecDef . from realtime intelligence to protection of ground troops. Selected in 2016 by the French forces.

the aerial vehicle is a high-performance professional system. Production Editor: Jô Tran. Publisher: Lynne Raishbrook Sales Director: Janine Boxall E u ro sa to ry2 0 1 6 1 3 -1 7J u n e V isitu so nN e x te r S ta n dA 6 0 0 w w w . Online Editor: James Macinnes. Armed forces around the world also use Schopf aircraft tow tractors. Correspondents: Sam Basch and David Donald. economy and ease of operation. Official online version available at www. With four or eight rotors. is presenting its military transport vehicles. An all-digital gyro-stabilised gimbal with high angular precision has been integrated. which it acquired in 2013. The ASV 30/8 (version with eight rotors) with IP54 ingress protection rating is designed to operate in harsh environments. Goldhofer has also extended its aircraft tractor range. Deputy Editor: Christopher Foss. Eurosatory 2016 Daily is a Franco-British production by IHS Jane’s. Stand F680) now sports significantly improved features. Production Editor: Lynn Wright.janes. The modular design of the new system allows for a datalink capable of transmitting highdefinition video and infrared imagery in real time at distances up to 10 miles. just behind GICAT. offroad and dual-purpose. The company’s special vehicle range includes tank transporters in three categories: on-road. JeanPierre Husson and Frédéric Lert.com/eurosatory 22 . which are designed to provide trouble-free operation in the harshest climate and most difficult situations. capable of carrying payloads up to 4kg. Five editions in English and French are written and produced on site. Deputy Production Editors: Brigitte Battin and Touchine Tran. which w SEA Heavy-duty haulage further enhances the ASV 30’s capabilities. Jean-Michel Guhl. with their cushioned tow hitch.c ta -in te rn a tio n a l. which. Correspondents: Nadia Deseilligny. Photographer: Patrick Allen. English Language Team Editor: Günter Endres. Stand LK639).c o m French Language Team Editor: Jacques de Lestapis.Sho LAND Updated UAV offers enhanced performance A new version of the ASV 30 quad or octocopter from Aero Surveillance (Hall 6. Operations Manager: Simon Kay. with the design focus on flexibility. Germany’s Goldhofer (Hall 6. The Eurosatory 2016 Daily office can be found in Hall 5. Together with Schopf Maschinenbau. Quality engineering and AS U C C E S S F U LE U R O P E A NC O O P E R A TIO N P O W E R F U L& C O M P A C T 4 0C T A S C A S E D TE LE S C O P E D A R M A M E N T S Y S TE M outstanding reliability are said to be the hallmark of Goldhofer’s products for military applications. Printing and distribution by MM Print Services Ltd. a market leader for transport equipment in the field of general and heavy-duty road haulage and oversized cargo transportation. Deputy Production Editor: Nicola Keeler. are capable of handling almost every type of aircraft.

the partnership reflects the need for a multifaceted. Iraq. Made in Switzerland. co-founder and CEO of HRI. According to CSI.ruagswissp. booth K110 The Sniper’s Choice. Precision. The partnership between CSI and HRI aims to offer US and international customers a total route-clearance package. It is fielded by militaries that include Australia. multitechnology approach for defeating landmines and IEDs. and is the most user-friendly and sustainable system on the market. Besides the HRI roller. RUAG Ammotec AG sales. “It allows us to combine our individual company capabilities to increase survivability and save lives. will supply 464 mine rollers. this is the sniper’s choice for outstanding accuracy.Sho LAND w SEA Defeat landmines and IEDs ➔ SAM J BASCH Two leading route-clearance companies from the USA have won an order to provide the Afghan National Army with mine clearance and counter-IED capabilities. Critical Solutions International (CSI) (Hall 5.” said CSI chief executive Patrick Callahan.” Visit us in hall 6. along with training in operation and maintenance. “The HRI roller has been proven in the field for commercial and peacekeeping missions in Africa and the Middle East. purpose-built Husky. considered the world’s foremost route-clearance vehicle. Reliability is the key. South Africa and Turkey. Spain. Stand E607). the contract will be managed through the US Army Tank and Automotive Command (TACOM) Non-Standard Equipment Office. Kenya. a RUAG Group Company . According to Samuel Reeves.ammotec@ruag. CSI’s counter-IED and mine-clearance technologies include the South Africandesigned. Power. From trigger to terminal effect. in partnership with Humanistic Robotics Inc (HRI).com 23 RUAG SWISS P® is a registered trademark of RUAG Ammotec AG. Premium. Canada.com www.

” said Rippel Effect Systems marketing executive Dawid Fourie. Colombia. RheinmetallDenel Munition. of which 34 per cent were local companies and 66 per cent came from 26 other countries.390 visitors from 35 countries. this solution is ideal for a wide range of airborne platforms.” Fourie explained. writes Nadia Deseilligny. Stamp of approval Main picture: XRGL40 being test fired in a double mount. as well as less-lethal ammunition from the same weapon without any reconfiguration. tracking and jamming of advanced IR guided missiles. COGES and Corferias. promoting Expodefensa . and Indumil of Colombia. SPREOS then deploys the dual-band countermeasure laser. air and naval defence and security show for the Latin American and Caribbean regions. and 55 official delegations from 27 countries. Communications Director of COGES. The show welcomed 10. The 2017 show is expected to improve on the 2015 one.Sho LAND Avoid a hit Aircraft and helicopters remain vulnerable to air defence systems. Roberto Vergara Restrepo. Director of Science. especially man-portable variants. “The two western European countries independently of each other selected our XRGL40 for its ability to fire low and medium velocity 40mm grenades accurately to 800m. Latin American show a leader Expodefensa will be held in Bogotá. Co-organised by Colombia’s Ministry of National Defense. BIRD Aerosystems is renowned for airborne missile protection systems (AMPSs) and airborne surveillance. which are operational in NATO forces. which drew 232 exhibitors. Director of International Negotiations at Corferias Bogotá. Inset: XRGL40 with GR-40 sight ➔ SAM J BASCH Two NATO member nations have selected the Rippel Effect Systems (Hall 6. and Daphné Lepetit. Expodefensa-Feria Internacional de Defensa y Seguridad is now the leading land. while Singapore’s STK and Atlantis Corporation of South Africa both now certify their extended-range low velocity grenades with the XRGL40. Called SPREOS (selfprotection radar electro-optic system) and jointly developed with a large European firm.” Rippel Effect is also showing its electronically programmable multi-velocity GR40 sight that allows the operator to choose between different ballistic profiles of the ammunition types that can be fired with the XRGL40. The ability to fire lesslethal grenades makes the XRGL40 ideal for special forces. Israel’s BIRD Aerosystems (Hall 6. Other ammunition developers opting for the XRGL40 were Diehl BGT Defence. causing the missile to miss the aircraft. SPREOS integrates into a single line replaceable unit with multiple functions. 24 Catalina Puerta Hoyos. peacekeepers and law enforcement agencies that have a requirement to scale their operations. even when firing very low pressure less-lethal grenades. It combines a radar-based sensor for verification purposes and an active laser to provide enhanced protection against the immediate threat of man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS). we at Rippel had to find a solution to the technical problem of sufficient gas pressure that normally winds the cylinder. from 4-6 December 2017. Eurosatory Daily reported last year that the UK’s Energetics Technologies Ltd (ETL) became the latest ammunition manufacturer to use the Rippel Effect launcher to develop a w SEA 40mm medium velocity grenade. Stand C353) is showing its new directional infrared countermeasure (DIRCM) system here. The dualband radar function activates for confirmation and highprecision tracking. A warning from the onboard missile warning system (MWS) triggers SPREOS to slew to the direction of the incoming threat. “The XRGL40 functions with our proprietary variable port pressure device (VPPD) that enables the cylinder to advance to the next round as quickly as the operator pulls the trigger. “For a multi-shot grenade launcher to fire less-lethal grenades in semi-automatic mode. including threat confirmation. information and observation (ASIO) solutions. UN air operations and with many other customers worldwide. Technology and Innovation at Colombia’s Ministry of National Defense (right). from small helicopters to large transport aircraft. Stand B588) handheld XRGL40 extended-range grenade launcher in recent months.

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including elements of the Rustom II UAV system being developed in India. With the delivery of CGS Barracuda to Mauritius as its initial push into the export market. Akash is a medium-range system comprising a Rajendra 3D passive electronically scanned array radar and up to four interlinked launchers. both to meet the requirements of the country’s armed forces and to export to friendly foreign nations. Telecoms and more A specialist in the supply of equipment and integrated systems for telecommunications. alongside electro-optic products such as thermal imagers and night vision goggles. Stands J847/H848). anti-submarine warfare corvettes and landing craft to inshore and offshore patrol vessels and missile ships. broadcasting and defence sectors. Swoop on a drone Israel’s Phantom Technologies (Hall 6. and to keep in convoy with mobile forces. Other BEL products on display comprise a range of radars. RF COM (Hall 6. the Eagle 108 tactical jammer is effective in neutralising an unauthorised drone or quadcopter. 26 and troop control systems. Other radars and command units can also be integrated with the baseline system. An array of electronic warfare and airborne products is being showcased. GRSE has built close to 100 vessels for the Indian navy and coast guard. GRSE is beginning to realise the Indian prime minister’s ‘Make in India’ initiative. Stand C301) is introducing its Eagle 108 advanced drone detection and jamming system. in which BEL plays a major role. . and a small selection is on display at Eurosatory (Hall 5. According to the company. and a command centre. including through-wall. Since being taken over by the Indian government in 1960. Trakka’s Integrated Optronic Solutions are designed for integration into armoured vehicles to deliver advanced situational awareness. It can detect a drone incursion over a range of more than 1km.Sho LAND In brief… Check from afar A volatile situation in theatre calls for detection and interrogation from a safe standoff distance. battlefield surveillance. ranging from frigates. According to the company. shelters and semitrailers for commercial and military applications. As the only Indian shipyard to have qualified for this tender. ground penetrating. ➔ DAVID DONALD Indian defence electronics giant Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) produces more than 350 systems across the defence and civilian domains.” the company said. Stand B170) also manufactures and integrates a complete line of mobile units. GRSE is in competition with several leading players in the world. Stands J847/ H848) has made a significant contribution to the success of India’s indigenous warship construction programme. GRSE is now participating in an international tender for the construction of two frigates for the Philippine Navy. The system uses an array of directional antennas and passive detection with no radar to scan the skies. and with the Indian Army in May 2015. Stand H53. route clearance and IED detection capability. Communications systems on display include software-defined radios. while its jamming radius is up to 2km. Akash officially entered service with the Indian Air Force in 2012. The company is highlighting the Akash air defence system. The army version is designed for high SEA Akash on display mobility. “GRSE gained considerable experience w in building this first export war vessel and many countries have now shown keen interest in such ships. weapon locating A first for India CGS Barracuda is the first warship to be exported by an Indian shipyard ➔ SAM J BASCH Award-winning Indian shipbuilder Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) last year delivered its first warship built for export to the coast guard of Mauritius. The launcher and radar are based on a T-72 chassis. Australian firm Trakka Systems is demonstrating its visionenabling solutions built around gyro-stabilised camera systems on the Scorpion APC with a datalink to Streit Group’s display in Hall 6. each with three ready-to-fire missiles. GRSE (Hall 5. work on this ship has opened a new line of offshore patrol vessels for multiple roles.

Ouverte par le directeur central du SEA. l’Aklus Shield® J-Model de SRC (EtatsUnis) est la pièce maîtresse du JUPITR Biosurveillance Program de l’US Army en Corée. sur tout le territoire sud-coréen. responsable de l’approvisionnement en produits pétroliers des Armées françaises. l’adaptation des équipements qui doivent répondre de façon réactive aux besoins des forces engagées. leur stockage. Il fait appel à un ensemble de petites stations automatiques portables. Elle s’articule autour de trois tables rondes ayant pour thèmes : Transport des carburants. système d’alerte biologique destiné à la protection des populations civiles P Symposium pour le soutien pétrolier des armées ➔ PAR ED SIPATSEL Organisé par le Groupement Interprofessionnel français de Logistique et des Equipements Pétroliers (GILEP) et le Service des Essences des Armées (SEA). Ces stations peuvent également être facilement adaptées pour la détection NRBC. Sur invitation. une aide matérielle de type automatique simplifiée à même de les alerter à tout moment s’ils faisaient l’objet d’une attaque (nord-coréenne) subreptice. françaises ou non.Sho LAND Détecter automatiquement les risques biologiques ➔ PAR JEAN-MICHEL GUHL Système de surveillance de risques biologiques. fonctionnant sur accus et capable de détecter et d’identifier tout type de contamination biologique utilisant l’air ambiant comme vecteur de transport. sur l’ensemble d’un théâtre d’opérations . Il s’agit là d’un programme d’ensemble conduit par les armées américaines en vue d’alléger la tâche des combattants. (Stand 5H588) Ici. (Stands 5J277/Ext Pe6b H20) 27 SEA w . avec emploi d’armes non-conventionnelles. il réunit les industriels du secteur pétrolier. Il fournit. l’Aklus Shield® C-Model. à toutes les étapes d’un déploiement opérationnel . et les industriels qui conçoivent et construisent les équipements indispensables à l’accomplissement de cette mission. Séverine Le Roux d’Orven. issus notamment de pays membres de l’Otan et du Moyen-Orient. se tient aujourd’hui. de 10h à 12h le Symposium GILEP/SEA. l’Ingénieur Général Volpi. et par la présidente du GILEP. les représentants des services de soutien de différentes armées. en liaison avec le COGES. cette manifestation a pour objet de mettre en exergue la synergie qui existe entre le SEA. disséminé géographiquement.

2kg). le MinDef français recherche 508 détecteurs de métaux portables à même de déceler des engins explosifs enfouis contenant des parties métalliques. il nécessite une alimentation de 20 watts. détection et poursuite ➔ PAR JACQUES DE LESTAPIS Radar persistant de surveillance. et 3 semaines en SmartWatch. J Pour la surveillance aérienne. Autre informations toutes les secondes. sur des cibles plus importantes de RCS peut en même temps suivre cin1 000 m². Très robuste. L. Ses deux modes d’affichage garantissent une lisibilité optimale. de jour comme de nuit.5 à 1 m² pénétrant et/ou évoluant dans l’aire surveillée. c’est fou tout ce que l’on peut demander à une montre ! La GPS militaire tactix™ Bravo de Garmin (Etats-Unis) est non seulement connectée avec des fonctions tactiques spécifiques. Disposant d’une batterie rechargeable. (Stand 5A328) 28 J Selex (Italie) travaille sur l’évolution du SIGE (Sistema Informativo di comando e controllo logistico dell’Esercito) italien. capable d’arrêter un véhicule sans causer de dommage irréversible de son propre fait sur l’équipage comme sur le véhicule. Sa fonction TracBackvous permet encore d’utiliser les points tournants enregistrés de votre itinéraire. Enlèvement et Destruction des EXplosifs). (Stand 5F277) Elle vous donne même l’heure ! M La tactix™ Bravo est étanche w De nos jours. mais aussi multi-sports pour des entraînements variés. Et. de faible encombrement (17x13x5 cm) et léger (1. Ka. ceci afin de vous assurer de revenir vers votre lieu de départ. embarcation pneumatique ou mobile d’une surface RCS (Radar Cross Section. Contre les M Le GR14 est simple d’emploi. il détecte et poursuit automatiquement et simultanément jusqu’à la distance de 500 m tout homme.Sho LAND Missions surveillance. elle autorise jusqu’à 20 h de fonctionnement en mode GPS. grâce à son HMI (Human véhicules ou bateaux de pêche de Machine Interface) intuitive RCS 10 m². 50 h en UltraTrac. la Scottish Police Authority a décidé de louer des hélicoptères biturbines Airbus H135 et leurs équipages auprès de Bond Air Services (Royaume-Uni). elle stocke jusqu’à 10 000 points par itinéraire et permet de marquer et de sauvegarder jusqu’à 1 000 “Waypoints”. Le MinDef français prévoit d’en acquérir 540 exemplaires. Son rétroéclairage s’ajuste à un niveau compatible avec l’utilisation de lunettes à vision nocturne. J Des hélicoptères français Fennec vont être dotés de kits de blindage Tencate Advanced Armour (France). Elle dispose d’une antenne GPS/Glonass avec altimètre. (Stand 6F80) . baromètre et compas 3 axes à étalonnage automatique. caractéristique majeure. Travaillant dans les fréquences ISM 24/0-24/25 GHz de la bande K. une fois qu’il sera développé. il est efficace à la distance de 1 000 m. sa quante pistes dont il rafraichit les portée va jusqu’à 3 000 m. Ku. de type filet. 6 semaines en mode montre (suivant les réglages). (Stand Ext Pe6a D501) J Si c’est la société allemande Wintex Apparel qui fournit à la France les tenues de combat (chemises et pantalons) forces spéciales bariolées multifonctions opérations (MFO). et 266 autres multi-senseurs pour ceux qui n’en comprendraient pas. par segments de 90° en azimut et 12° en site. ce radar (Stand 6E287) ➔ PAR JEAN-MICHEL GUHL à l’eau à 10 ATM/100 m SEA J Pour ses équipes de déminage des unités du Génie et NEDEX (Neutralisation. c’est EMD (France) qui réalise les chemises d’assaut forces spéciales (AFS) françaises. ou Surface Equivalente Radar) de 0. (Stand 5F277) J Le Savec (Système d’Arrêt de Véhicule à Effets Contrôlés) est un matériel anti-franchissement. le GR14 de Bats (Belgian Advanced Technology Systems) est dévolu à la protection périmétrique sol-sol de zones critiques ou solmer côtières. avec leurs services connexes. Mais. UHF et X. tels de petits navires. pouvant fonctionner 24h/24 et 7j/7. J Morpho Detection (Royaume-Uni) va remplacer les équipements de sécurité rayons X des aéroports britanniques de Newquay Cornwall et Manchester. en bandes C. (Stand 6K548) J L’Agence Européenne de Défense (AED) a commandé pour 30 M€ auprès d’Airbus Defence & Space (France) des services de communication par satellites.

il permet de créer un réseau privé en 4G de manière à contourner la saturation possible des structures publiques en cas d’événement exceptionnel. Dernière innovation. Au Salon. il est étanche et non toxique. Le système peut être utilisable de façon entièrement autonome. Il produit une lumière sans émanation de chaleur. identifier et sécuriser patients. Tenant dans un seul caisson. il est ininf lammable et ne nécessite aucune maintenance. comme pour une radio portable) pour des appels individuels M La valise 4G permet de créer. c’est un patch lumineux de faible encombrement (11x6 cm) doté d’une face autoadhésive permettant le marquage de P VisiPad® s’utilise pour baliser. offrant une identification rapide et précise. de gaz ou d’étincelles. trousses ou kits.de 29 . rétro-réfléchissants ou photoluminescents. Sa La 4G au pied levé ➔ PAR FRÉDÉRIC LERT Air-Lynx (France) développe des solutions d’infrastructures 4G LTE pour les utilisateurs professionnels.motometer. formes et tailles. raccordé à d’autres équipements identiques pour élargir un réseau. ex-nihilo et en quelques ou au sein d’un groupe de parole. un réseau 4G privé L’équipement permet également Displays – Sensors – Body Electronics - Ultrasonic fuel level sensors CAN displays MIL specifications Rugged design for extreme environments surface plane permet d’écrire des messages au marqueur permanent. Totalement autonome et toujours prêt à l’emploi. D’une durée de 10 heures. de bâtiments et autres structures dans des environnements variés incluant les zones ATEX. Des encoches et œillets prédécoupés facilitent son accrochage à du câble ou à du fil fin. avec les réseaux déjà utilisés par les services d’urgence. Par exemple. minutes. ou même relié. Les utilisateurs peuvent accéder à des services classiques de téléphonie.Sho LAND w SEA Patchs lumineux d’urgence ➔ PAR JACQUES DE LESTAPIS Cyalume® Technologies (France) expose des produits chimioluminescents. lumière d’évacuation ou signaux de détresse. via une passerelle. (Stand 5HG491) la diffusion de vidéos haute définition et même de leur partage en temps réel toujours au sein d’un groupe (Push-toShare). Existe également en version infrarouge avec une durée de 8 heures. Ultraplat et ultraléger. les bâtons lumineux Cyalume® sont utilisés en tant qu’éclairage de secours. (Stand5B377) Visit us th H 616! in hall 6 boo MOTOMETER GmbH Fritz-Neuert-Straße 27 | 75181 Pforzheim/DE | E-Mail info@motometer. son équipement compact retient l’attention. Conçu pour éviter tout risque d’activation accidentelle. la balise chimioluminescente VisiPad®. il peut être facilement rangé dans des poches.de | Website www. mais aussi de voix à l’alternat (Push-toTalk. de différentes couleurs.

et encore 271 fusils à pompe calibre 12. avec largage total ou partiel. 460 boucliers. pour une livraison en 2018. il y a des abris et shelters métalliques de tous types. 1 549 bâtons télescopiques de défense. (Stand 6K420) J Destiné à la DGSCGC (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Civile et de Gestion des Crises) française. au profit des forces de Police et de Gendarmerie nationales.7 M$. convoi) et une reproduction fidèle de l’intérieur du véhicule. (Stand 5K760) J Pour le compte de la DGA. mais aussi des tracteurs industriels ou d’avions. ainsi que 2 297 dispositifs balistiques de dispersion. (Stand Ext P3 Sud A690) J Combiner l’efficacité d’un téléphone satellite avec la flexibilité d’une radio portable ? L’Iridium Extreme Push-to-Talk (PTT) est une solution compacte et légère (268 g) de communication de groupe.2 M€. Il offre 54 heures d’autonomie en veille et 6. Ils devront permettre aux forces françaises de surveiller dans la profondeur tactique des points particuliers. compact et extrêmement performant. J Les simulateurs MVL du Groupe ECA (France) sont conçus pour répondre aux exigences d’entraînement à la conduite des véhicules militaires légers terrestres modernes. d’assurer une détection de contre-mesures (écoute passive) .5 et 5 heures en mode radio. un premier avion bi-turbopropulseur bombardier d’eau pourrait être commandé dès 2017. Les 5 autres s’échelonneront à raison d’une unité par an. d’acquérir des objectifs en vue de leur traitement avec les munitions d’artillerie ou autres. (Stand 6K420) . des secteurs ou des zones d’action. en vue d’acquérir des informations relatives aux mouvements . et la location des dispositifs permettant un placement sous surveillance électronique. de surveiller l’espace aérien proche du sol . et sur un programme d’acquisition envisagé de six unités du même type. En outre. sans rien perdre de ses capacités de téléphonie par satellites qui ont fait la réputation de la société américaine. ou respectivement 16. Parmi ceux-ci. deux ou quatre roues. à port dissimulé ou apparent. des Equipements et de la Logistique de la Sécurité Intérieure (SAELSI) français recherche plusieurs dizaines de milliers de gilets pareballes individuels discrets. sécurisée. décollant et se posant alors que le navire porteur est en navigation. 1 980 tenues tactiques pare-coups. ainsi que leurs accessoires. (Stand 5F123) J L’Administration pénitentiaire française souhaite acquérir une solution logicielle de surveillance électronique pour l’exécution des décisions judiciaires. (Stands 5F277/Ext P3 Sud A690) 30 w SEA J Le Groupe Maisonneuve (France) vient de fournir à l’Algérie une station de traitement des eaux usées pour un hôpital militaire. avec 265400 munitions à létalité réduite et 40 000 à létalité atténuée. A voilure fixe.Sho LAND J L’Agence malaisienne de sécurité maritime (MMEA) va équiper ses six nouveaux patrouilleurs classe NGPC du drone Fulmar de Thales (France). des axes. ils sont de parfaits outils pédagogiques pour les centres de formations de l’Armée. Appareils de 42 mètres d’envergure au rayon d’action supérieur à 2 500km avec une capacité de 2. Thales Air Systems (France) doit produire quelque 30 systèmes de surveillance à base de radars pour une valeur de 17. de la Gendarmerie. pour le personnel féminin de la Police. avec détection. de la Douane et de l’Administration pénitentiaire françaises. escorte. J Le Ministerul Apararii roumain souhaite acquérir de 2 196 à 6 796 pistolets de 9 mm. L’Iridium Extreme PTT est compatible avec tous les réseaux Iridium déjà existant ou à venir. sa mission est la surveillance de haut niveau. (Stand 5K201) J Henri Blanc SA (Nato Cage Code: F1716 . identification et poursuite automatiques des cibles. dont des modèles protégés contre les impulsions électromagnétiques IEM. partout dans le monde. J L’acquisition d’une nouvelle solution pour la détection et la neutralisation des communications illicites dans les établissements pénitentiaires en France métropolitaine et outre-mer est en cours d’étude. de la marque Tracma dont Henri Blanc est propriétaire. (5J277) J Le Service de l’Achat. Ils intègrent une plate-forme six axes et proposent une immersion totale grâce à un visuel projeté sur 200° avec différents scénarios (patrouille. il s’intéresse à l’acquisition de systèmes vidéo de surveillance discrets dissimulés dans les parties de véhicules.5 heures sur zone. de la Police.France) est spécialisée dans la revalorisation et la commercialisation de matériels militaires de seconde main.5 h en communication téléphonique. (Stand 5A328) J La Compania Nationala Romtehnica (Roumanie) recevra de Lockheed Martin Overseas Corporation (Etats-Unis) un radar tridimensionnel mobil de surveillance TPS 77. une prestation de 32. Systèmes de formation économique. ou administratives. Par ailleurs. ils ont une capacité d’emport de 9 tonnes environ d’eau ou de retardant. elle recherche notamment 2 957 menottes à double sécurité. de la Gendarmerie et des Ecoles militaires.

est accentué par l’ajout d’accessa gamme de porte-cibles avec soires (Battles Effects) de simulases différents modes d’appari. transitaire maritime international et initiateur de nouvelles routes maritimes.rant sa perception sensorielle et cibles dans des endroits confi. Sterela (France) étend son savoirfaire dans la formation au combat rapproché. affréteurs. acconiers. altépermet de positionner le porte.). tout en garantissant les meilleures conditions possibles pour le transport de leurs marchandises.M Equipée de capteurs. Ses axes de prédilection sont notamment l’Afrique de l’Ouest. (Stand5D398) . Elle sélectionne et coordonne l’ensemble des intervenants accrédités ISO (compagnies maritimes.cible ne soit exposée. pyrotechnie). Parmi d’ambiance. (Stand 5G104) 31 w SEA (munitions. Sécurité et Qualité. véritable révolution du domaine de l’entraînement de proximité et des engage.l’entraînant à acquérir ses réflexes nés. administrations. intègre les solutions les plus rentables pour ses clients. ainsi que la mise en place des procédures de Sûreté. Son statut d’Opérateur Economique Agréé Intégral (OEAI) est un gage de fiabilité qui garantit un traitement simplifié des douanes. etc. chaîne logistique maritime internationale de matières dangereuses ➔ PAR NADIA DESEILLIGNY Comment faire pour transporter par voie maritime des matières dangereuses au départ des ports européens ? NTF (Navi-Trade Forwarders . explosifs. notamment celles de Classe 1 Ciblerie intelligente ➔ PAR ED SIPATSEL Après 25 ans d’expérience sur les champs de tir militaires. un rendu réaliste qui des écrans de fumée. des jeux de s’adapte aux infrastructures avec lumière. répond à cette épineuse question.France).tion aux systèmes de ciblerie.Sho LAND Transport maritime sécurisé N NTF. et ainsi placent le tireur une emprise au sol réduite.opérationnels. le MoyenOrient. ceux-ci. Cette entreprise organise de A à Z l’acheminement de ces marchandises.reproduisent des effets sonores sente plusieurs avantages. met en place les processus. la ciblerie interactive Sterela réagit en ments en milieux clos et urbain. Le réalisme tion ont/ou auront à aborder. Cela dans une situation de stress. élabore les études de faisabilité. avec ses 40 ans d’expertise. fonction de l’avancée des tireurs Offrant une restitution réaliste des situations opérationnelles que les forces armées. le Golfe Persique et la Méditerranée orientale. évitant ainsi aux person. groupes nels de l’identifier avant que la commando et unités d’interven. des prises à partie. Ils tion (modes Porte ou Rising) pré.

Adding crew-cab options to the T815-7 Force family for the first time. “We are flexible in production. . A typical example is the actively controlled Joule-Thompson miniature cooler (ACC). if required. while the low power output reduces radiation to levels that pose no health risks. Developed in conjunction with Plasan of Israel as part of a range of cabs for the T815-7 Force family. Attack accuracy for helicopters ➔ DAVID DONALD FN Herstal has unveiled one of the fruits of its significant recent investment in digital technology. The 32 HUD communicates with other systems. This is mated to Tatra’s 14TS2109 semiautomatic (with manual mode) 14F/2R gearbox and 2. The display is backwardscompatible with legacy targeting systems and can be adapted for a wide variety of battlefield helicopters. such as armament management. which meets EURO 3 emissions requirements without electronic engine management. mission computer and laser rangefinder for improved ballistic correction capability. Lower power requirements equate to reduced operating costs. developed to improve the accuracy of firing axial-mounted rockets and machine guns from rotary-wing platforms. Both cabs are fitted with air-conditioning and. The armoured cab seats up to five on blast-attenuating seats. for identification purposes. NBC filtration. medical and special equipment. is being shown at Eurosatory for the first time in its fully functional three-unit form. Stand F197) has engineered the system to feature full compatibility with night vision goggles and other systems for status reporting and weapons inventory. which provides 24-hour. which was developed together with Diehl BGT Defence for cooling the IR sensor of the German firm’s IRIS-T missile. defence. critical infrastructure and installations such as transport nodes and energy plants has led to the development of systems that can assist and automate the task of guarding against intrusions. Le-tehnik also designs and manufactures a The actively controlled JT wide range of other miniature cooler (ACC) cryocoolers. The radar can be used to cue other sensors. Rockwell Collins (Hall 5.” Lemut explained.30 TRS two-speed transfer case. the main advantage of the ACC is reliability and its low sensitivity to impurities. Tiny coolers for infrared detectors One of a small number of world specialists in cryogenic coolers is Slovenia-based Le-tehnika (Hall 6. The FN HUD comprises a lightweight optical projection head and a computer for advanced ballistic calculations and digital control. ➔ SHAUN CONNORS Tatra (External Stand D320) is displaying two new T815-7 Force family tactical truck models. Stand w D598) has introduced a new perimeter surveillance radar. FN Herstal (Hall 6. The radar operates over a relatively short range. Le-tehnik’s managing director. protection levels are certified according to the latest STANAG 4569 and AEP-55. but with reduced power requirements and reduced radiation when compared with other systems. Stand J138). perimeters. the second with a four-door armoured cab. At Eurosatory. These advanced miniature cooler units are designed to cool infrared detectors for surveillance.Sho LAND SEA Double up Energy-efficient radar surveillance A growing need for surveillance of borders. The softskin cab seats up to six and is forward tilting for maintenance purposes.7-litre aircooled diesel. In addition to the ACC. meaning we can quickly deliver samples or small quantities for evaluation. such as infrared and daylight camera systems. The FN head-up display (HUD).90 V-8 12. Motive power in both cases is provided by a 300kW Tatra T3C-928. According to Drago Lemut. the first example is fitted with a four-door softskin cab. the PSR-500. all-weather surveillance capabilities. compared with bellow-type JT coolers. but advanced target behaviour analysis leads to impressive detection capability against intrusions.

or load handling system. 2016 AUSA ANNUAL MEETING EETING AND EXPOSITION A Professional Development opment Forum 3-5 OCTOBER 2016 016 Walter E.000kg.000kg (drive).000kg. Payload/body options include conventional troop carrying/cargo options. and minimising bellow surface area even at maximum axle articulation. Individual suspension units are located between the half-axles and ladder frame and as high and close to the chassis centreline as possible. allowing for a chassis-cab payload of about 23. The hub-reduction axles are rated at 9.ORG 33 . Cummins water-cooled engines and Allison fully automatic transmissions are available. DoD. The T815-7 Force family is based around Tatra’s tubular backbone-type chassis and swinging half-axle independent wheel suspension system. and suspension is of the air-bellows type. fuel/ water tankers. and about 21. Washington Convention Center Washington.000 people from the worldwide defense community Network with key leaders from the Army. additional protection from damage when operating off-road. driveline options including EURO 4 or 5 emissions-compliant Tatra air-cooled engines.Sho LAND As with all models.100kg with the four-door armoured cab fitted. recovery. ISO 1C container subframe. products and services Participate in panel discussions on the state of the Army and the future of national defense FOR MORE INFORMATION AUSAANNUALMEETING. Congress and the defense industry View more than 500 exhibits featuring the latest technology.700kg with the four-door softskin cab fitted.000kg (steer-drive) and 10. DC Exhibit Space and Sponsorships Available     Join more than 26. with or without an integrated container handling unit. offering w SEA Gross combination weight is 56. Design weight rating of these chassis is 38.

These helmets come with an integrated liner co-designed with Bose that features an active noise reduction (ANR) communication headset. mandibles and ballistic appliqués.Sho LAND w SEA Well protected an K-BATS simulates ballistic missiles ➔ DAVID DONALD Hanwha Corporation (Hall 5. “The Fast and Sentry helmet systems and accompanying Handgun Face Shield will be adopted by various global security and law enforcement forces over the next few months. to enable the user to adjust the level of protection for specific mission requirements. Gentex is also displaying the 34 new ballistic Ops-Core Handgun Face Shield. In addition to the commander and driver seated to the rear of the protected engine compartment. There are four versions of Hydroride – Mono Tube. . ➔ CHRISTOPHER F FOSS UkrOboronProm (Ukrainian Defence Industry.5 tonnes. which means the suspension absorbs more energy as the vehicle travels over rough terrain and results in a smoother ride.6m. the K-BATS vehicle is 4m long and has a body diameter of 0. blunt trauma and blast threats. Hall 5. allowing correction updates. Fourfold mobility solutions Dutch company Koni (Hall 5. Stand A698) has incorporated pneumatic springs and dampers in self-contained units as an alternative to conventional metal springs and dampers. Stand K397) has brought its K-BATS ballistic aerial target system to Eurosatory for the first time. In addition. He said Gentex is also introducing a new generation Ops-Core of combat vehicle Sentry LE crewman (CVC) mid cut helmets for sea helmet and land mounted system operations. Gentex vice president ground systems. Telemetry equipment relays crucial data back to a control centre to warn if the target is veering off track. The Ops-Core Fast high-cut and Sentry mid-cut helmets feature an Ops-Core skeleton shroud for universal compatibility with most night vision goggle (NVG) mounts. Stand H801) has brought its latest production standard Dozor-B (4x4) armoured personnel carrier (APC) to Paris. the vehicle replicates a ballistic missile and provides a target for operators of surface-to-air missile systems during trials. and is guided throughout its flight by an inertial/GPS system. The Dozor-B is powered by a German diesel engine coupled to a fully automatic Allison transmission that gives a maximum road speed of Innovative head protection ➔ SAM J BASCH US based Gentex Corporation (Hall 5. Twin Tube. It has the ability to mimic several types of trajectory.7mm MG. They can rapidly enter and leave the vehicle via a large door in the hull rear. Known as Hydroride. they have been designed to be fitted to tracked and wheeled vehicles up to 50 tonnes. these helmets provide scalability through the addition of visors. the Dozor-B can carry six dismounts seated on blast-attenuating seats in the raised troop compartment at the rear. which offers protection against impacts from handgun threats. while an explosive command destruct function is incorporated in case an errant vehicle threatens lives or infrastructure. The gunner is provided with their own seat to the rear of driver. accessory rail connectors (ARCs) and external Velcro loop. including some armed with missiles.” said Tom Short. Hydroride combines effective damping with a rising rate spring. It weighs around 1. The Dozor-B is manufactured by the Lvov facility and can be fitted with a variety of roofmounted weapons ranging from an unprotected 12. K-BATS has been proven while acting as a target for Korean surface-to-air missile programmes. Stand B458) is introducing its Ops-Core Fast and Sentry helmets for enhanced protection against a full range of ballistic. With a range of 180km. Compact Tube and Air-Spring. It can also be used to evaluate the performance of in-service systems such as the Patriot PAC-2 GEM/T and forthcoming PAC-3 systems. The Dozor-B being shown at Eurosatory is armed with a roof-mounted 12.7mm machine gun (MG) to a variety of remote controlled weapon stations (RCWSs). Launched from a canister.

State Kyiv Design Bureau Luchs manufactures a wide range of missile systems including a complete family of gun-launched laser-guided projectiles (LGPs). a front-mounted winch and a fire detection and suppression system. which is in production for the Ukrainian market. It can be fitted with a central tyre inflation system or run-flat tyres and. As well as being used as an APC. A number of other key defence contractors from Ukraine are also marketing their products at Eurosatory. The hull is of all-welded steel and standard equipment includes powered steering. command post vehicle and weapons carrier. the Dozor-B is targeted at more specialised roles such as ambulance. State Design Bureau Artillery Armament carries out R&D of all types of weapons as well as overhauling existing weapons. an NBC system of the overpressure type. the Royal Thai Army has taken delivery of 49 vehicles.Sho LAND w SEA nd multi-purpose 120km/h and an operating range of around 700km. there are numerous options. The famous Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau has a long record in the development of main battle tanks including the latest Oplot. spall liners. VISIT THE | VISITER LE H5-K606 Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries 35 Association des industries canadiennes de défense et de sécurité . These include some LGPs that can be fired from western 90mm and 105mm weapons. as usual.

population movement. New actors: Defence and security companies face increasingly competitive environments filled with new actors from emerging markets and adjacent industries applying disruptive business models. infrastructure and ethical concerns. New technologies: Investment in and development. However. and actually stimulate new laws and regulations to address legal. New frameworks: The intersection of industry drivers with changing global economic and geopolitical frameworks and broad ‘megatrends’ related to demography. Dismissing the potential effects of high-tech industry – as competitors. Shaping the “rules of the game” to facilitate easier adoption of specific products at both national and international levels will be a growing feature of future competition for global defence and security companies. new materials. 36 New economic realities – especially related to global debt. competitive and market transitions that will affect both immediate and distant opportunities and risks. banking and commerce and transportation will have far-reaching implications for global defence and security. They will also produce novel and diverse industry relationships. security market will leave traditional industry actors vulnerable to powerful disruptive market shifts. the leadership change also demonstrated the commitment of the world’s largest and highest tech military to expand engagement with this sector – especially in light of the April 2016 $82 million US Air Force contract award to SpaceX to carry a GPS satellite into space.Sho LAND w SEA SECURITY The future of the global defence/security industry ➔ TATE NURKIN. In addition. technology transfer and favourable financing terms has been a feature of export markets for several years. intellectual property concerns. unmanned systems. new sovereignty models. New rules: Managing supply chains and business resilience amid increasing regulations focused on counterfeiting. climate change and conflict materials will bring new risks and constraints on partner identification and even on the markets to which companies can sell. cybersecurity. big data analytics. The trajectory of this engagement is unlikely to be a steep and straight upward line. business. communication. and ethical concerns will deter some high-tech companies from large defence and security plays. demand for defence and security-focused solutions in cyber/information domain. The intersection of five particularly powerful forces will necessitate new ways of thinking about and planning for uncertain and complex futures. long business development cycles. US Secretary of Defence Ash Carter’s May 2016 decision to change leadership of the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) – an organisation established to facilitate US Department of Defense (DoD) engagement with Silicon Valley – and explicitly acknowledge slower than expected progress further highlighted some of the bureaucratic demand-side challenges associated with the early stages of this engagement. slow growth and emerging market ‘mid-life crises’ – and the possible fracturing of longstanding geopolitical ‘clean lineups’ of allies and partners will change budget expectations and threat perceptions and priorities. partners and mergers and acquisition targets – on the global defence and. safety. Indeed. especially. New budget and funding realities: The current environment of constrained . among other recent DoD/high-tech engagements. SENIOR DIRECTOR. wearable/ flexible electronics. artificial intelligence. The entry of a variety of emerging market companies that maintain the flexibility to offer ‘good enough’ solutions. proliferation and clever use of a range of emerging technologies have the potential to rapidly transform end-user capability requirements and shatter assumptions about the types of models that will enable success for corporate activities. AD&S THOUGHT LEADERSHIP. data consumption. the May announcement formalised the establishment of a new DIUx hub in Boston and included acknowledgement of the need to accelerate procurement process reform. IHS JANE’S Global security and defence industries are experiencing enduring and intersecting technological. and navigation and communication technologies are driving convergence between security and defence and also generating more frequent and intense intersections with hightech companies that specialise in commercial applications of these technologies. security. corruption. innovation in defence and security products and services will require. difficulty of doing business with government procurement agencies. Low margins. In addition.

challenging assumptions. generating new competitions that do not conform to existing assumptions about the future of the industry. ‘Divergent Disruptions’ (disruptive technological innovation and new competitors). Innovation will occur more frequently through riskburdened company-funded innovation initiatives that may never be selected for contracts. Scenario planning is a powerful and increasingly relevant means of incorporating uncertainty. cooperation with competitors. Analysis of individual scenarios seeks to identify challenges and opportunities of each alternative world. each designed to isolate a particularly powerful driver or intersection of drivers: ‘Industry Insurgency’ (competitive environment and global economic and technology trends). and ‘Failing Frameworks’ w SEA (changed and changing geopolitical and economic contexts and relationships). Eurosatory.Sho LAND procurement budgets will be matched by enduring spending crunches in research. capabilities. CANSEC. IHS Jane’s Show Dailies app Download now for all the latest news and announcements from SOFEX.re/gb/MrWfcb. Africa Aerospace & Defence and IndoDefence. Defence and security companies. decision-makers can better understand how drivers might evolve and/or intersect to create novel landscapes. and expanding thinking about the future. testing and evaluation budgets across several regions later in this decade. 2015 show dailies also available for download Scan the appropriate code above or go to https://appsto. complexity and vulnerability to disruption will be prominent and persistent. and identify signposts that one scenario is more or less likely to come to pass. then. development. or even partnership with other non-defence and security industries focused on different applications. Matching scenariospecific strategies with signpost identification allows decisionmakers to design hedging strategies and also implement these strategies as challenges are unfolding rather than after they have matured. Incorporating uncertainty The evolution of these intersecting forces will drive industry and market dynamics along previously unexplored trajectories. relationships and actions required to effectively capitalise on opportunities and mitigate risks in each scenario. By developing and examining pathways to and parameters of a series of alternative plausible (as opposed to merely likely) environments. Uncertainty. acquisition of niche providers of sought after technologies. are likely to seek means of sharing this risk through public private partnerships. For example. the IHS Jane’s Defence Industry 20YY scenario planning product has developed three alternative visions for the future of the global defence and security industry (and analysis of these futures). assess strategies.i 37 .

South Korea’s defence industry has secured a range of major contracts in the region on the back of increasingly competitive industrial capabilities and strong government support.Sho LAND REGIONAL FOCUS Asia Pacific Chinese militarisation of the South China Sea remains the dominant security story in the Asia-Pacific region.000 km-range DF-26 intermediate-range ballistic missile has an anti-ship capability. While this is the third of three ‘strategic defence interests’ listed in the White Paper – a list that includes “a secure. are seen by Abe and his supporters as just a step towards the ‘normalisation’ of Japan’s defence and foreign policy that is justified by the worsening situation in northeast Asia. If there is a key strategic theme to the White Paper. Both are key elements of the ongoing attempt by China to force the US Navy to operate further away from its coast – and Taiwan – if Beijing ever decided to take the island by force. it unveiled a raft of ballistic missiles. Heavy Industries Taxila’s forecast revenue of USD6. All now have piers and harbours and at least three will have 3. China continues to make progress. including the muchtouted DF-21D anti-ship ballistic missile. while the rest are from small deliveries to Pakistan. Argentina and Middle Eastern states.2% of Chinese revenues (USD37. Meanwhile. Bangladesh.2 billion. work is advancing on all seven reefs that China has transformed into islands.1 billion represents 5.5 billion) are from the domestic market. K1/K1A1 MBT upgrade. Revenue is led by infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs). Japanese defence is dominated by the tortured passage of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s security bills through the Diet. On the indigenous capability side. with revenue chiefly dominated by MBTs at 62. 22% and 18% respectively. the new laws are an unconstitutional attack on the post-war consensus that threatens everything Japan has achieved and stands for internationally.9% and APCs with 28%.74 billion. China’s response was a series of snap drills that included J-11 combat aircraft landing on Woody Island in the Paracels. and the sale to Indonesia of the Chiron manportable surface-to-air missile system made by LIG Nex1. Timor-Leste and Pacific Island Countries)” – it is in some ways the most significant. for a combined total of USD7.19% of the APAC market share. DSME Chang Bogo-class Type 209 submarines. which change the government’s interpretation of the constitution and allow it to come to the aid of an ally under attack. with earnings from . The decision by the US to send destroyer USS Lassen through what China claims as its territorial waters in the Spratly Islands in late October 2015 firmly put the issue on the international agenda. 7. 97. encompassing maritime South East Asia and South Pacific Regional land vehicle forecasts (2016-2024) 38 w SEA Regional snapshot (comprising Papua New Guinea. resilient Australia. In practice. Hyundai Rotem represents USD8. and Doosan Black Fox military vehicles. Chief programmes by Hyundai include the K2 MBT. For Abe’s critics. six new DSME missile corvettes for Malaysia.52 billion.6% of the APAC market share. The bills. with secure northern approaches and proximate sea lines of communication” and “a secure nearer region. In the past few years.000m-long airstrips. it is a commitment to “a stable Indo-Pacific region and a rules-based global order”. Venezuela. the new laws are just one element of a new Japanese defence policy architecture that includes new US-Japan Defence Guidelines under which Tokyo is expected to play a greater global security role in support of US operations. these include an order from Thailand for a new class of frigate constructed by Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME). providing a lightning rod for growing competition with the US and leading to almost universal condemnation. As well as the T-50. KW1/KW2 APC and KM-1 LTV. main battle tanks (MBTs) and logistic vehicles at 28%.6 billion. South Korea enjoyed another solid year as an emerging defence exporter with further successes for the T-50 Golden Eagle trainer in Thailand. for a total of USD26. The long-delayed 2016 Australian Defence White Paper represents the most comprehensive and coherent exposition of Australian defence policy since the late 1940s. while it was also revealed that the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) 3. At a massive parade in Beijing on 3 September 2015.000-4. This gap in perception is unlikely to close in 2016.14% of APAC market share. Companies The Chinese vehicle industry is the largest supplier to the region with a forecast of USD38. 32. The White Paper reflects increasing concern about what it describes as “points of friction in the region in which differences between the US and China could generate rising tensions”.

6 billion).1% and production and upgrade of MBTs at 25. with a -6. Programmes include the K-2 MBT (USD3. a close combat vehicle (USD1billion).2 billion).5 billion). CBRN detection and reconnaissance (USD352 million). K9 SPH (USD595 million). The Maaz APC (USD842 million) rounds out the top programmes.37 billion forecast. USD2. Al Zarar MBT upgrade (USD50 million) and LY-80 mediumrange SAM vehicle (USD17 million). South Korea’s 7.7 billion respectively.5 billion forecast and a 5. Opportunities include an IFV (USD1. Procurement for the Japanese Ground Self-Defence Forces (JGSDF) is likely to remain low. Opportunities exist for a self-propelled mortar (USD1.6% CAGR and USD16.Sho LAND w SEA China India South Korea Pakistan APCs at 50. Although largely unaddressable. remaining largely dependent on licensed production by public owned organisations with no significant R&D. KW2 8x8 APC (USD602 million). T-90S Bhisma (USD3. The Army is in the midst of acquiring an array of new tracked and wheeled vehicles and defence spending under the new Mid-Term Defence Plan (2016-20) is to increase by an average of 7. the mounted gun system (USD955 million).5% for a total of USD4. EVO-105 mounted SPH (USD323 million) and KM-SAM (USD263 million). a tracked SPH (USD640 million) and a light armoured multipurpose vehicle (LAMV) valued at USD172 million.2 billion) and ZBL-09 reconnaissance vehicle (USD571 million) round out this market.5 billion in opportunities.46 billion.8 billion in opportunities exist. Chun-Mu K-MLRS (USD563 million). the JGSDF continues to replace End user countries China leads the region.5 billion forecast. Pakistan continues to struggle with its economy. Major productions include Talha APC. a wheeled APC (8×8) with USD828 million forecast.3 billion market forecast. Other programmes include the HQ-7B short-range SAM vehicle (USD222 million). However.54% and local industry is struggling. These make up a total of USD6. an upgrade for the ZSU23-4 Schilka (USD344 million) 39 .6% CAGR. expecting to grow just over 3. followed by the Al Khalid II at USD1 billion.4% CAGR and USD7. Pakistan’s forecast shows a USD12 billion market value over the forecast period and a 3. Al-Khalid MBT and upgrade of Type 59 MBTs. K-21 IFV (USD1. Japan has a 1. primarily because of significant downsizing of heavy armour and artillery assets.5% in the next five years. Seoul strongly favours defence industry partnerships as a means of gaining access to technological and industrial capabilities.6 billion. Type 12 coastal defence system (USD140. The Talha APC tops the programmes with a USD1. Despite this. Top programmes are the Type 97A (ZBD97) with USD8. KW1 6x6 APC (USD488 million). Type 10 MBT (USD470 million). including a light selfpropelled howitzer (LSPH) valued at USD1. the Type 99A2 MBT (USD3. KM1 light tactical vehicle (USD451 million).94 billion. defence spending has increased from 2. K1A1 MBT upgrade (USD655 million). an APC forecast at USD136 million and a self-propelled SAM system (USD110 million). and continued efforts on the Arjun Mk 2 (USD787 million).2% per annum.2 and USD1. there is USD4. The PLZ07 self propelled gun (USD1. a short-range air defence vehicle (USD287 million) and a MBT (USD225 million). Large programmes underway include the manoeuvre combat vehicle (USD523 million). the future main battle tank (FMBT) valued at USD495 million.3% of GDP to 2.8% CAGR. Type 99 SPH (USD283.5 million). The Modi government is trying to fast track procurements and lure foreign OEMs to invest in India’s defence sector by simplifying licensing procedures and making other concessions. an APC (USD1.2 billion forecast are very healthy and provide opportunities for external suppliers. Opportunities are numerous and include the future infantry combat vehicle (FICV) with USD2.1 billion) and a SPH for USD844 million. Major procurement programmes include the Techwin K9 SPH.52 million) and a midrange multipurpose anti-tank missile vehicle (USD184 million).5 billion.5 billion).8 billion) and VN1 forecast at about USD3.1% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) and a forecast value of USD65. AAV7 (USD235 million).1 billion forecast.5 billion forecasted in opportunities with the PLA’s procurement and modernisation efforts being directed towards wide-scale restructuring.6 billion). India is next in the region with USD18. K200 IFV upgrade (USD463 million). Type 97A and ZLC-2000 anti-tank vehicles are valued at USD2.

firearms. MAJOR DEFENCE MARKETS Indonesia Indonesian defence investment has been on a strong upward trajectory for a number of years. To this end. which is dominated by stateowned PT Pindad. with 3.5 trillion: a 2% increase over 2015. this would provide a military expenditure of approximately IDR250 billion (USD18. In January 2016. In the past the capital expenditure has been supplemented by foreign bank loans. PT Pindad received an order to supply the Indonesian Army with an initial 50 Badak units. According to Widodo. Indonesia is committed to modernising the TNI through a concept termed as “Minimum Essential Force” (MEF): a strategy introduced in 2005 that aims to establish the nature of military capabilities that Indonesia should. the president supports defence budget growth so that 1. which is more than double the defence budget for 2016. where Indonesia is claimant to expansive territory and assets. The Badak vehicle has also been developed out of a TNI requirement. is relatively self-sufficient. at a minimum.Sho LAND Japan its vintage inventory with new sophisticated systems to maintain a technical edge over its rivals. Indonesia has invested heavily in its statedominated defence industry base and introduced legislation in 2012 – the Defence Industry Law – to mandate local industrial participation in military procurement programmes. Under the MEF. Early stages of the MEF plan are focused on internal threats but subsequent phases are geared towards Indonesia achieving military balance with any perceived threat within Asia. large tactical transport aircraft. The development of the Anoa.66 billion to USD2. Indonesia has recognised a specific strength with particularly its development of military vehicles and is looking to enhance this capability further through a partnership with Turkish company FNSS Savunma Sistemleri. was accelerated in the early years of this century when the TNI were involved in conflict with the Free Aceh Movement.6 billion). with greater sums directed towards equipment expenditure as Jakarta has sought to recapitalise diverse. having developed and produced over the past decade or so the 4×4 Komodo and 6×6 Anoa APCs (as well as a range of variants). Defence procurement spending is forecast by IHS Jane’s Defence Budgets to climb around 50% between 2016 and 2020. given escalating tension in the South China Sea. mortars and howitzers. ageing inventories.5% CAGR and USD14. explosives. which reached IDR99. while logistic support vehicles reflect a negative -5. ammunition.2 billion forecast.2% CAGR and USD27. Major functional segments Tanks lead regional market segments.8 billion forecast. the target remains overambitious.1% CAGR and USD21.5 billion. PT Pindad has also produced other firearms under licence from Belgium’s FN Herstal and Singapore Technologies Engineering and 40 w SEA has developed a new version of the Anoa. Should Indonesia achieve economic expansion of 6% a year. additional submarines and surface combatants. the self-propelled artillery segment shows a 12. It is also possible that the MEF could be accelerated under President Joko Widodo. PT Pindad has also signed agreements with Saab to extend the operational life of the TNI’s RBS 70 man-portable airdefence missile systems and with Rheinmetall Denel Munition to jointly develop and produce ammunition and provide support for the TNI’s Leopard tanks.5% of GDP in spent on defence by 2020. announced in 2014 to co-develop a medium tank. This strategic threat was .9% of GDP by 2020 (IDR132 trillion). IFVs have a 4% CAGR and USD25 billion share of the region. called Badak. Lastly. be able to deploy in response to threats. Strong economic growth has allowed Indonesia to ease the chronic defence underfunding of past years and enabled the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) to become better prepared to respond to the country’s strategic concerns. Defence spending President Widodo has reiterated a pledge to more than double the country’s defence budget to support the modernisation of the TNI.36 billion. According to IHS Jane’s analysis. for example. The value of the contract is understood to be worth around IDR500 billion (USD36 million) and features the Indonesian company’s production of the CMI turret system. South Korea The defence market of South Korea is shaped primarily by a requirement to modernise the country’s armed forces in the face of continuing high tension with North Korea. Land sector indigenous industry Indonesia’s land systems sector. the country should reach 0. rising from USD1. These include internal threats such as natural disasters and insurgency and external drivers related to offshore territorial disputes and growing concern about China’s expansionism in the South China Sea. In responding to strategic threats. Based on continuing GDP growth and gradual increases in the proportion of GDP that Indonesia allocates to defence. major acquisitions that are planned include multirole combat aircraft. but strong increases in defence spending are forecast. which is fitted with a 90mm canon developed by CMI Defence. Indonesia’s indigenous defence industrial capabilities have been developed out of necessity. Military industrialisation is also a key component of the MEF and is increasingly becoming a factor in determining defence contracts.

but expenditure was trimmed back by lawmakers concerned about the country’s economy. which is well suited to high-technology industries such as defence and aerospace. which were intended to improve surveillance and monitoring of North Korean activities. most of which are met through indigenous products.5 billion in 2020. Doosan DST.1 billion. Land sector indigenous industry The army is the country’s largest force and has the broadest array of requirements. increasingly South Korean industry is meeting these requirements.1 trillion budget for 2016. The growing competitiveness of this defence industrial base is evidenced by its expanded presence in military export markets and is strengthened by South Korea’s highly educated workforce. offsetting North Korea’s perceived quantitative advantage in terms of military personnel and conventional military equipment.16 trillion for operating and personnel expenses and KRW11. Defence procurement spending is forecast to grow at a similar rate. suggesting that South Korea’s land systems capabilities are relatively advanced. K21 infantry fighting vehicles.8 billion in 2016 to USD9. Companies including Hyundai Rotem. MND officials have said the budget will impact on programmes to procure satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles. The approved budget.5 billion to USD38. Over the years some of these requirements have been met through systems designed. Defence Budgets and Navigating the Emerging Markets . While growing indigenous defence industrial capability has enabled Seoul to spend much of its capital expenditure in country. its traditionally close relationship with Washington means that the majority of imported materiel is sourced from the US.6% increase over spending in 2015. a range of military trucks and K9 Thunder selfpropelled howitzers. Information from IHS Jane’s Markets Forecast. The Ministry of National Defense (MND) initially requested a KRW40. BAE Systems M113 and M577 APCs and Lockheed Martin MLRS. particularly Germany and France. notably by MBDA and Raytheon. Seoul’s main strategy in dealing with this threat is the acquisition and indigenous development of advanced military technologies and platforms channelled through its long-term defence reform plan. and the army is now estimated to source more than 70% of its procured materiel from local firms. Defence spending South Korea’s drive to continue to expand its military and industrial capabilities will be supported by a defence budget that is forecast by IHS Jane’s Defence Budgets to grow in line with the country’s economy at a rate of about USD1 billion a year during 2016-20. from USD7.64 trillion for defence modernisation. with most of the remainder contested by European nations. comprises KRW27.7 billion (in constant 2016 values). looking forward. from around USD33. However. South Korea’s procurement strategy is also underpinned by a long-standing commitment to secure modern technologies and expertise through defence offset and industrial collaboration. Samsung Techwin and KIA Motors have supplied the army with K1/K1A1 MBTs. Air defence weapons have been developed by companies including LIG Nex1. Hanwha and Doosan DST. RoKA weaponry requirements are also met by European and US designs. is likely to facilitate the continued expansion of capability over the coming decade. Total procurement investment in this period is forecast at USD44. This is intended to provide South Korea with a qualitative edge. such as Kirov 41 w SEA Works T-80 MBTs. which represents a 3. developed and produced in foreign countries. This has enabled the local defence industrial base to develop strongly over the past 10 years and.Sho LAND demonstrated most clearly in November 2010 by the North Korean artillery attacks on South Korea’s Yeonpyeong island and the sinking of navy corvette Chon An in March of the same year.

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