Development of the DT-BTR and REM-GT reflect a continued drive on the part of Russia to equip its armed forces for Arctic operations.
Network-centric base protection blends AI with directed-energy C-UAS
Turkish missile manufacturer company Roketsan recently described how it can include the ALKA NEW laser weapon system in a concept to protect forward bases or rear area installations from asymmetric threats such as UAV swarms.
All the sensors and weapons in the base protection solution are connected to a network-centric architecture and managed from an ALKA C2 centre. By using AI and deep learning algorithms, the network-enabled ALKA NEW can conduct target detection, tracking, and separation tasks independently.
Company executives were approached by Shephard but they cited confidentiality issues in refusing to comment further, which suggests there is interest from …
More from Land Warfare
Uraltransmash replaced Ukrainian components in modernising 2S7M self-propelled guns for Russia.
The addition of three 8x8 heavy recovery vehicles brings to 197 the number of Rheinmetall-supplied HX vehicles for the NZDF.
WFEL and the GuS Periscopes have signed a 10-year contract to provide periscopes and windows for the UK Boxer Mechanised Infantry Vehicle programme.
The XTRAIM weapon sight features day/night decamouflage capabilities that previously could only be achieved by using several separate pieces of equipment.
Military cooperation between India and Russia shows few signs of waning owing to American political pressure.