Diehl Defence displays Spike 2 anti-tank guided missile

The joint venture Eurospike, which is based in Röthenbach a.d. Pegnitz between Diehl Defence GmbH & Co. KG, Rheinmetall Electronics GmbH, and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd, is displaying the Spike 2 anti-tank guided missile.
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SPIKE ER2 anti-tank guided missile (at left), Eurosatory 2022, France. (Picture source: Army Recognition)

The SPIKE ER2 is a multi-purpose, multi-platform missile system for ranges up to 10 km. The SPIKE ER2 has not only Fire and forget capability, but also Fire, Observe, and Update capability enabling targeting changes in real-time.

It was designed to be mounted on combat vehicles, helicopters, and naval vessels.

In addition to the above modes of operation, the SPIKE ER2 also has a Fire and Steer mode where the operator can launch the missile without pre-locking onto the target. He can then manually steer the missile towards the target.

The SPIKE ER2 Launcher is a true multi-platform missile, integrated on more than 40 different platforms throughout the world, from light wheeled vehicles through to tracked armored vehicles; from light RIB boats to heavy frigates, and from light armored scout helicopters to heavily armed combat helicopter gunships.