Rheinmetall receives Brazilian order for Fieldguard 3
Rheinmetall Air Defence has received an order for a further Fieldguard 3 military measurement system from Brazil’s Avibras, the company announced on 17 May.
Fieldguard is an active fire control system which measures the trajectory of projectiles in order to assure maximum precision when engaging targets.
The end customer is expanding its capacity by two additional systems, with Rheinmetall serving as a subcontractor to Avibras, the general contractor under the existing framework agreement.
The Fieldguard 3 measurement system can cover ranges of up to 100km.
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