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News - caesar 155mm

Programme Results - Defence Insight

  • APCs/IFVs - 6x6

    Titus

    While there has been no direct confirmation that Nexter has sold the Titus to Saudi Arabia, it has been confirmed that Nexter has delivered CAESAR ...

  • APCs/IFVs - 4x4

    Sherpa Light (Morocco)

    Programme Background Morocco is in the midst of procuring large quantities of defence equipment from the French defence industry to modernise its forces, with much ...

  • APCs/IFVs - 4x4

    4x4 Command and Reconnaissance Vehicle (Poland)

    Programme Background The Polish Army wants to replace legacy Soviet equipment procured during the Cold War with new NATO-standard platforms to enhance its interoperability with ...

Equipment Results - Defence Insight

  • Land: air defence simulators

    CAESAR

    The Computer Aided Evaluation System for Air Defence Rating (CAESAR) was designed for air defence mission planning and provides a means to train commanders and ...

  • Self-propelled guns

    Caesar 6x6

    Nexter’s Caesar (CAmion Equipé d’un Système d’ARtillerie) 6x6 is a 155mm/52cal weapon mounted on a Renault Trucks Defense 6x6 Sherpa chassis. The configuration was chosen ...

  • Self-propelled guns

    Caesar 8x8

    Caesar is a 155mm self propelled artillery system. Launched at Eurosatory 2016, it is primarily intended to offer more payload than the 6x6 variant. Denmark ...

  • Towed guns

    SIAC 155mm/52cal

    The SIAC 155mm/52cal towed howitzer is the latest derivative of the 155mm/52cal APU SBT howitzer originally developed by GDELS-SBS in the 1990s to meet a ...

  • Caesar Trauma Patient Simulator

    Caesar is claimed to be one of the most realistic and physiologically advanced trauma patient simulators available. The mannequin, which represents a 1.93m, 68kg soldier, ...

  • Trucks and utility vehicles - 4x4, Trucks and utility vehicles - 6x6

    Sherpa Medium Family - Sherpa 5

    The Sherpa 5 is part of the Sherpa Medium family and is available in 4x4 and 6x6 configurations. It is designed to provide strategic and ...

  • Towed guns

    Trajan

    Nexter unveiled the Trajan 155 mm/52 calibre towed gun at IDEX 2013. Trajan was developed for the export market, with the first potential customer being ...

  • Self-propelled guns, Land: manned turrets

    T6 Turret

    Building on its experience producing the G6 6x6 155mm SPH, Denel Land Systems developed the T6 155mm/52cal turret, first shown publicly in 2003, for the ...

  • Towed guns

    AH4

    In 2010, Norinco revealed that it was developing the AH4 155mm/39cal Lightweight Gun Howitzer to provide a lightweight alternative to its 12.5t AH1 155mm/45cal and ...

  • Self-propelled guns

    Diana

    Konstrukta developed the Diana 155mm/52cal SPH, unveiled at MSPO in September 2015, to compete for the Indian Army’s tracked SPH requirement. Designed in accordance with ...

  • Land: battlefield and ground surveillance radar

    Ground Artillery Location Type 904

    The 904 artillery-locating radar is designed to provide rapid and accurate location of various hostile artillery and rocket launcher positions simultaneously. It has a multi-target ...

  • Self-propelled guns

    ATMOS

    Unveiled in 1999, the Autonomous Truck Mounted Howitzer System (ATMOS) was developed by Soltam Systems (now Elbit Systems) as a private venture to meet growing ...

  • Avionics: mission management systems

    Storm FCC

    Storm Fire Control Computer (FCC) is a family of computers developed to meet artillery and mortar firing requirements in international markets. Designed according to NATO ...

  • Land: mission management systems

    ATLAS

    An interoperable C4I system for artillery missions and resources deployed in the French Army. Commissioned in 2005, ATLAS represents a main element of battlespace digitisation, ...

  • Self-propelled guns

    M109

    The M109 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzer was developed from 1952-61 to meet US Army requirements. The original M109, equipped with an M126 155mm/23cal cannon, entered ...