UAE Nimr exhibits its RIV vehicle at IDET 2017 80106171

 
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IDET 2017
International Defence and Security Technologies Fair

31 May - 3 June 2017
Brno, Czech Republic
 
NIMR at IDET 2017
 
 
UAE company NIMR exhibits its newest Rapid Intervention Vehicle RIV at IDET 2017
NIMR is displaying at IDET its newest vehicle line, the Rapid Intervention Vehicle (RIV). Designed to be internally transportable in a CH-47, and featuring unrivalled power-to-weight ratio along with outstanding all-terrain tactical mobility, the NIMR RIV aims to meet the increasing demands of armed forces without compromising on competitiveness.
     
NIMR is displaying at IDET its newest vehicle line, the Rapid Intervention Vehicle (RIV). Designed to be internally transportable in a CH-47, and featuring unrivalled power-to-weight ratio along with outstanding all-terrain tactical mobility, the NIMR RIV aims to meet the increasing demands of armed forces without compromising on competitiveness.
     
The NIMR RIV uses speed and agility as a critical advantage to enable a crew of four to quickly traverse various terrains in all operational environments. It is equipped with under-body blast protection and modular applique armour packs for ballistic protection, greatly increasing crew survivability without sacrificing mobility.

The vehicle has a length of 4.89m, width of 2m, height of 1.81m, and wheelbase of 3.25m. Its gross and payload weights are 4,000kg and 1,500kg respectively. The payload capacity can be increased based on the customer's requirements. The RIV, in its standard configuration, can carry a driver and three crew members along with their equipment. It can be modified to incorporate up to six seats. It has a maximum speed of 160km/h and have a cruising range of 1000 km.

The RIV is a further example of NIMR's collaboration within Europe having been engineered by Horiba Mira in the United Kingdom and jointly developed with NIMR.
 

 

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