Major players such as Hanwha, Hyundai Rotem and S&T Motiv were all out in force at this year's Seoul ADEX with new equipment for land forces.
Australia eyes new JCIED materiel
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is pushing for next-generation systems to protect against IEDs and explosive hazards.
In addition to its Joint Counter-IED (JCIED) and Joint Counter-Explosive Hazards (JCEH) programmes, the ADF has added the Project Land 8101 programme to bring in new capabilities in the latter half of the decade.
In a Department of Defence industry briefing released in December 2020, it stated that Land 8101 will start from 2026-27 to introduce next-generation ECM plus future search (mounted and dismounted) neutralisation and exploitation systems into service.
Meanwhile, JCIED and JCEH – known collectively as Land 154 Phase 4 – …
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