DSEI 2021 Army Recognition Official Land Zone Publication with Web TV
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Day 3 video coverage for Army Recognition editorial team at DSEI 2021, the International Defense Exhibition that takes place in London, the United Kingdom from 14 to 17 September 2021. As Official Land Zone Publication with Online Show Daily News and Web TV for DSEI 2021, we cover the event with daily news and videos.

Belgium company ScioTeq has announced during DSEI 2021, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK, has shipped more than 10,000 displays since 2016 for use in multiple U.S. Navy programs. ScioTeq is a leading provider with over 35 years of experience in designing and manufacturing high-tech, innovative, life- and mission-critical visualization solutions for the Defense &Security markets.

During a video interview with the Army Recognition editorial team, Peter, Rafferty Chief of Staff Galvion Inc, President Galvion UK Limited, launches its new brand name and presents the latest military products display at DSEI 2021. Galvion has a number of contracts to develop various power and data management systems that include a variety of products such as slim lithium batteries, power managers, and intelligent battery charging systems. 

The Canadian company Galvion with offices in the United States and United Kingdom presents its full range of new military products at DSEI 2021, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK. Galvion design, develop and deliver protective armor and head systems, as well as innovative power supply and management solutions for soldiers and combat vehicles.

The GEN III Semi-Active Laser (SAL) seeker provides high accuracy laser spot acquisition and tracking capability in a very compact sensor package for precision weapon terminal guidance. It is compatible with multiple guided weapon types including missiles, bombs and rockets

During DSEI 2021, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK, Belgian company John Cockerill has announced that it has already produced and delivered more than six hundred turrets, with over hundred equipped with the Cockerill® 105 gun, also produced by John Cockerill Defense. For the record, John Cockerill Defense won a major contract in 2014 to supply Cockerill® 3000 Series turrets.

At DSEI 2021, Schiebel showcases the proven, autonomous Camcopter S-100 UAS for civilian or military applications over land or sea, allowing 24/7 operation under adverse weather conditions. 

360iSR and Canadian UAVs have agreed to jointly offer the most comprehensive Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operations training on the market globally. The joint training offering announced at DSEI 2021 leverages the partnership’s world-class multi-decade, multi-platform and proprietary Transport Canada approved Detect and Avoid technology to provide end-to-end UAS training solutions in alignment with NATO Standard ATP-3.3.8.1 requirements.

Following a competitive bid process, Government Services Administration (GSA), in support of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), awarded Polaris Government and Defense a follow-on contract for the Polaris MRZR Alpha, a new light tactical vehicle. Polaris Government and Defense is a division of global powersports leader Polaris Inc. (NYSE: PII). The seven-year contract has a value of up to $109 million and was awarded on May 29, 2020.

At DSEI 2021, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK, Belgian company FN Herstal in collaboration with the French company Thales presents a new concept of a remote weapon station armed with 12.7mm heavy machine and tube launchers FZ602 able to fire 70mm guided and unguided rockets that can be used against static and mobile ground targets.

Collaboration between British company Pearson Engineering and the European leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics showcase the Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) with a Self-Protection Roller at DSEI 2021. The integration of the two capabilities marks an effort to develop market thinking on the future roles of RCVs and the support they may need, or give to other vehicles, on the battlefield.

Galvion, a world leader in the design and manufacture of military power management solutions, with operationally proven pedigree in NATO countries, has released three new key products as part of their integrated Active Systems capability that facilitates the harvesting, distribution and management of dismounted soldier power, data and software.

Since the French company GlobalSys started its activity almost 25 years ago, innovation has been a key driver to propose new features and functionalities, nowadays offered through its Airlink 3085IA range. The company showcases new functionalities that have been requested by many different armed and governmental forces around the world (so to equip rescue swimmers, firefighters, air medical crews, maintenance operators, etc.).

A £110 million contract has been awarded to deliver the new Defence Strategic Radio Service (DSRS) to critical military operations of the British Army. DSRS uses the Earth’s ionosphere, part of the upper atmosphere, to allow radio signals to be sent and received across thousands of kilometers. This allows communications to be rapidly delivered across a variety of domains to service personnel, regardless of whether they are on land, in the air or at sea.

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