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IDET 2017
International Defence and Security Technologies Fair

31 May - 3 June 2017
Brno, Czech Republic
 
BAE Systems at IDET 2017
 
 
IDET 2017: Two CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles are exhibited by BAE Systems
BAE Systems is exhibiting two CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs) at the International Fair of Defence and Security Technology (IDET) in the Czech Republic.
     
BAE Systems is exhibiting two CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs) at the International Fair of Defence and Security Technology (IDET) in the Czech Republic.
CV90 CZr with remote-controlled turret
     
The CV90 is an infantry fighting combat vehicle which was developed by the Swedish Company Alvis Hägglunds, now a subsidiary of BAE Systems. Development of the CV90 started in 1984. Two variants of the tracked vehicle are on display to demonstrate manned and unmanned turret capabilities as part of BAE Systems’ commitment to support the Czech government’s replacement of legacy BMP-2 IFVs. The CV-90 CZr is fitted with a remotely operated turret, while the CV-90 CZ is fitted with a manned turret.

Building on the cooperation of more than 20 local suppliers and partners as part of BAE Systems’ CV90 offering, one vehicle will also be displayed in a configuration known as Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Information/Intelligence, Surveillance, Targeting, Acquisition and Reconnaissance. This C4ISTAR set up highlights how the vehicle can provide crew with access to clear and accurate information to help form battle-winning decisions.
     
BAE Systems is exhibiting two CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs) at the International Fair of Defence and Security Technology (IDET) in the Czech Republic.
CV90 CZ with mannned turret
     
“Our presence at IDET further underlines our commitment to building long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with local Czech industry,” said Peter Nygren, director of business development at BAE Systems Hägglunds. “We are focused on a CV90 offering that will go beyond the traditional assembly of kits and parts to provide an industrially tailored vehicle with new capabilities to meet the Czech Army’s needs now and well into the future.”

In 2016, BAE Systems joined forces with VOP CZ to build out its local industry team in support of the Czech government’s IFV program. Since then, BAE Systems has continued to strengthen its offering with close interaction and cooperation with local industry, including a contract with Czech manufacturer Ray Service to develop and produce cabling assemblies for the CV90’s sub-systems for the Mjölner mortar system to the Swedish Army.
 

 

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