Eurosatory 2018: International Defence Companies unveil new armored vehicles


During Eurosatory 2018, many international defence companies unveil new combat and armoured vehicles as well as Main Battle Tank (MBT), more than 250 armored combat and security vehicles are showed at the event.


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International defense industry unveil many new combat and defence vehicles including MBT (Picture source Army Recognition)


National and International Companies as KNDS, Daimler, Farmington’s Automotive, Isuzu, IVECO Defence Vehicle, Otokar, Arquus, Nexter , Rheinmetall, General Dynamics and more will presented their latest products and unveiled new generation of military and security vehicles as APC (Armored Personnel Carrier), IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle), main battle tanks, artillery systems, tactical vehicles, and fire trucks.

At Eurosatory 2018, visitors will have the opportunity to see more than 250 different types of vehicles as tracked and wheeled armoured, protected and unarmoured vehicles, logistic vehicles, trucks, firefighting vehicles, ambulances and sanitary vehicles, crowd control and anti-riot vehicles, cash in transit vehicles, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) and Systems, motorcycles, quads and all the specialized subcontracting.

The global Armored Vehicle Market is projected to reach USD 26.79 billion by 2022, Armored vehicles are protected by very strong armor and generally armed with robust weapons which combine defensive, tactical offensive and operation mobility capabilities which can be tracked easily.

The key drivers for global armor vehicle market are rapid demand of armored vehicles in developing nation, viable conflicts in global scenario, preeminent importance given to homeland securities and growing conflicts within several nations.

The key product for this market is expected to be Main Battle Tanks (MBT) which is accounting for over 25% of the overall revenue share in 2014. Ascending concern to safeguard military personnel is foreseen to drive unmanned ground military carrier demand over the forecast period.



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