Polish Company Germaz unveils AMRV Armoured Multi-Role Vehicles G04 and G10 at MSPO 2013 0409132

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Official Online Show Daily News
MSPO 2013
International Defence Industry Exhibition

2 - 5 September 2013
Kielce, Poland
 
GERMAZ ARMV G04 and G10 at MSPO 2013
 
 
Wednesday, September 4, 2013 10:02 PM
 
Polish Company Germaz unveils AMRV Armoured Multi-Role Vehicles G04 and G10 at MSPO 2013.
At MSPO 2013, the Polish Company D.S. Germaz unveils a new range of light 4x4 tactical vehicle, with the AMRV (Armoured Multi-Role Vehicle) G04 and G10. According to the manufacturer, the design and with its armour protection, the AMRV vehicle is in the category of MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected).
     
At MSPO 2013, the Polish Company D.S. Germaz unveils a new range of light 4x4 tactical vehicle, with the ARMV (Armoured Multi-Role Vehicle) G04 and G10. According to the manufacturer, the design and with its armour protection, the AMRV vehicle is in the category of MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected).
AMRV G04 4x4 armoured vehicle personnel carrier at MSPO 2013.
     

The ARMV G04 looks very similar to the German Dingo 2. The AMRV G04 is based on the chassis of the Mercedes-Benz UNIMOG U5000 (4 × 4) light cross-country truck. The engine compartment is at the front, the heavily armoured safety crew compartment is in the centre and the cargo/load area is at the rear.

The AMRV G04 provides a ballistic protection level 2 STANAG 4569A, and can be upgraded with add-on armour to reach the level 3 or 4. AMRV monocoque body - armoured capsule / citadel protecting the crew against gunfire, explosions, and the roll-over of the vehicle. The “diamond” shape of side walls increase capsule protection level against ballistic threats. The bottom of citadel is protected by integrated V- shaped anti-mine deflector.

The driver is seated front left with the vehicle commander to his right and a further two to four personnel in the rear. To the front of the commander and driver is a large bulletproof window which provides the same level of protection as the remainder of the crew module.

In each side of the vehicle is a large forward-opening door with a bulletproof window in its upper part. The occupants are provided with individual seats which have been designed to absorb shock if the vehicle should run over a mine.

At the MSPO 2013, the AMRV G04 was fitted with a remote controlled weapon station armed with a 7.62mm machine gun.

     
At MSPO 2013, the Polish Company D.S. Germaz unveils a new range of light 4x4 tactical vehicle, with the ARMV (Armoured Multi-Role Vehicle) G04 and G10. According to the manufacturer, the design and with its armour protection, the AMRV vehicle is in the category of MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected).
D.S. Germaz AMRV G10 armoured vehicle personnel carrier
     
The other version of AMRV, the G10, use the same chassis and armour technology as the G04 variant, but the vehicle is able to carry 10 fully equipped soldiers.

The AMRV G10 provides high level of protection against both anti-tank and anti-personnel mines, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), as well as artillery splinters and gun fire.

In the development of the AMRV range, Germaz Company used the state-of-the-art design, materials and technologies and work with the Wroclaw University of Technology and Daimler AG.

The use of a Unimog chassis for the AMRV ensures both outstanding performance and low life-cycle costs and due to its popularity enables user to reduce the requirements for training drivers and mechanics. The low-maintenance and robust components provide considerable economic benefits.

The AMRV vehicles can be equipped with various types of weapons as open-top turrets or remote controlled weapon stations, armed with 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine guns or 40 mm automatic grenade launchers.
 

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