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MSPO 2022: ZMT showcases Polish-made C-UAS solution

7th September 2022 - 11:30 GMT | by Grzegorz Sobczak in Kielce


C-UAS system with 12.7mm multi-barrel machine gun from Polish Mechanical Works Tarnów, pictured at MSPO 2022 on a Ford F6060 pickup truck. (Photo: Grzegorz Sobczak)

A new Polish-made C-UAS and missile defence system includes a radar, thermal and IR imagers and a 12.7mm multi-barrel machine gun.

Polish company Mechanical Works Tarnów (ZMT) used MSPO 2022 in Kielce on 6-9 September to display a new C-UAS and anti-cruise missile system with automatic target tracking and acquisition.

The vehicle-mounted system includes a set of sensors integrated with a RADA radar system and EO seeker head.

Integrated sensors allow highly dynamic and precise tracking to defeat air targets, according to ZMT, while a 12.7mm WKLM multi-barrel machine gun is used to ensure high fire coverage of the target to neutralise the threat.

The system uses an exMHR software-defined, multi-mission 4D AESA pulse Doppler radar that can detect small UAVs

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Grzegorz Sobczak


Grzegorz Sobczak

Grzegorz Sobczak is based in Warsaw, Poland.

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