RUAG Missim systems for Germany
RUAG has announced that it is supplying 16 Missim sensor test devices for helicopters to the German armed forces.
The Missim system simulates a broad range of electronic warfare attack characteristics such as radar, lasers, guided missiles and hostile fire indication. This simulation enables armed forces to reliably test the functionality of aircraft self-protection systems.
The Bundeswehr will use the systems with its NH90 and Tiger helicopter systems.
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