Österreichische Rüstungsindustrie

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7L-WF hat geschrieben:
So 3. Jun 2018, 16:41
Die Auto müssen ernsthaft mit "NATO-Code für den Flugturbinenkraftstoff JP-8" (Wikpedia) fahren können?!
Wenn der reguläre Kraftstoff nicht verfügbar ist - ja. Das BMLV hatte letztes Jahr mit der AVL List GmbH ein Projekt zur Entwicklung von Kfz-Motoren laufen, die mit F34 betrieben werden können:

Entwicklung von Motoren für Fahrzeuge im AuslE zum Betrieb mit Kerosin (F 34) minderwertigem, stark S-haltigem Kraftstoff

https://oravm13.noc-science.at/apex/f?p ... JIDF:31191

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"The Transatlantic Partner for Land Defense in Europe" General Dynamics European Land Systems premiers four new offerings at EUROSATORY 2018
The company will showcase new variants of the ASCOD family of tracked vehicles:
  • ASCOD Medium Main Battle Tank (MMBT): With a GVW of 42 tons, it is fitted with a modern 120mm manned turret system, armed with a 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun. The 120mm smoothbore gun fires standard NATO ammunition and is coupled to a computerised fire control system giving the commander and gunner stabilised day/thermal sights incorporating a laser rangefinder.
  • ASCOD Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV): With a GVW of 35 tons and increased volume for the rear troop compartment, it is fitted with an unmanned turret including a 30mm dual feed cannon, 7.62mm co-axial MG, a pod of two anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), a Hard Kill Active Defence System and an advanced 360 degree sight system for increased situational awareness.
Both ASCOD vehicles have been developed using General Dynamics European Land Systems’ new “Common Base Platform Design” (CBP) with modular capability and open vehicle architecture with three power-pack solutions between 530, 600 and 800kW, either steel tracks or rubber bands and multiple configurations up to the crew of three plus 8 dismounts. The advanced CBP design ensures all ASCOD variants are on one common platform for a reduced logistics footprint. This also facilitates cross-national vehicle manufacturing and operational interoperability between different military users in response to the political vision to foster defence cooperation across Europe.

A new version of the PANDUR 6X6 will be on display:

General Dynamics European Land Systems will introduce the PANDUR 6x6 EVO, the new version of its proven PANDUR vehicle family. With a GVW up to 18.5 tons, the PANDUR 6X6 EVO in its Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) configuration has been selected by the Austrian Army. Due to its new innovative hull design, driveline technology, and power-pack, the compact 6x6 vehicle provides a significantly increased level of protection, payload, and mobility while accomodating a crew of 11 soldiers (3+8). The PANDUR 6x6 EVO is fitted with a 12.7mm Remote Controlled Weapon Station.
https://www.gdels.com/pr.php?news=112


Eurosatory 2018: Elbit Systems to Present New Networked and Situational Awareness Capabilities
Systems to be presented at GDLS booth:

UT30MK2 (mounted on an ASCOD platform) is an unmanned turret encompassing a broad range of weapon systems, countermeasures and advanced electro-optics providing combat-proven firepower for armored personnel carriers. The dual-axis stabilized UT30MK2 is designed for firing on both stationary and on-the-move targets. The advanced fire control system enables effective day, night and all-weather operations. The option of individual gunner and panoramic commander sights – each independently stabilized – enables hunter-killer capability. The UT30MK2 system is fully overhead without compromising troop safety.

IronVision™ (mounted on an ASCOD platform) is a groundbreaking Helmet Mounted Display (HMD) system for AFVs that provides a 360-degree panoramic visualization of the surrounding environment. Integrated with critical mission data and enabling the crew to ‘see-through’ their vehicle’s armor in real time, IronVision allows fighting in “Closed Hatches”, while maintaining full situational awareness.

RCWS (mounted on a PANDUR platform) is a Remote Controlled Weapons Station that uses dual-axis stabilization and provides a high first round hit probability in all weather conditions allowing on the move engagement of both static and moving targets. The RCWS is fully overhead and light weight maintaining crew safety and offers Automatic Target Tracking and manual backup operation in case of power loss.

Laser Warning System (mounted on an ASCOD platform) Elbit Systems’ Laser Warning System (ELAWS), Threat Detection System (TDS) detects, categorizes and pinpoints laser sources such as rangefinders, designators, beam riders, infrared illuminators and trainers. In addition to laser sources, the Multi Threat Detection System (MTDS) detects, categorizes and pinpoints radar/RF sources.
http://elbitsystems.com/pr-new/eurosato ... News&ind=0

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European Security & Defence hat geschrieben:ASCOD IFV and MMBT

(jh/gwh) At Eurosatory, GDELS will present the ASCOD (Austrian-Spanish Cooperative Development) in the variants IFV and medium main battle tank (MMBT), based on the company’s common platform concept. The open system architecture provides optimum tactical mobility, manoeuvreability and combat strength.

Based on advanced powertrain and suspension technology, weight has been saved and noise, vibration and roll/sway effects have been contained, providing the vehicle with optimum conditions and stability for firing in motion. The APC version of the vehicle is air transportable in A400M, IL-76 and C-17 (two vehicles).

A special contribution to crew survivability is the floating cabin floor making conventional footrests needless. The modular design of the vehicle allows flexible integration of mine protection and additional armouring measures. Turret options are available for calibres 25 to 120 mm with the additional option of integrating an anti-tank missile.

This infantry fighting vehicle version is equipped with the unmanned turret UT30MK2 from Elbit and the 30 mm MK44 ABM gun from ATK. The turret, a joint development of Elbit and the Israeli armed forces, can integrate an anti-tank missile. The MMBT is also based on the proven common platform, equipped with a 120 mm Hitfact turret from Leonardo/Oto Melara.
http://esd.eu.newsmemory.com/


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The ASCOD medium main battle tank (MMBT), with a gross vehicle weight of 42 tonnes, is fitted with the Italian Leonardo Defence Systems HITFACT 120mm turret. This is also armed with a 7.62mm coaxial machine gun, a 7.62mm pintle-mounted gun and a 12.7mm remote weapon station on the roof. The 120mm smoothbore gun is coupled to a computerised fire control system, with the commander and gunner having stabilised day/thermal sights incorporating a laser rangefinder.

The latest ASCOD infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), with a gross vehicle weight of 35 tonnes, has a raised roof line to the rear of the driver’s station to provide increased volume for the troop compartment. In addition to its crew of three, it can carry six dismounts, who are able to rapidly enter and leave through the power-operated rear hull ramp.

It is fitted with the Elbit UT30MK2 unmanned turret, armed with an Orbital ATK Armament Systems 30mm MK44 dual-feed cannon, 7.62mm coaxial machine gun and a pod of two Rafael Spike anti-tank guided weapons.
http://www.janes.com/article/80782/grow ... ily-es18d1

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Eurosatory 2018: GDELS unveils new configurations for ASCOD
Both new vehicle configurations feature a digital architecture with 360 degree sensor systems, along with the capability to add additional armour including active, passive and reactive.

The 120mm-equipped ASCOD features a 42t GVW and a 600kW engine, with the potential to upgrade to a 1,000hp engine if required. The vehicle turret can accommodate a commander, gunner and loader, although the latter is optional depending on military.

The Hitfact turret features a 120mm/45cal main gun with integrated muzzle brake along with stabilised EO/IR sights for the commander and gunner.

The turret has an ammunition rack for 12 NATO standard 120mm rounds, or if an autoloading system is installed, six in a drum and six in the ammunition rack, which sits in a space that is separated from the crew by ballistic steel.

For additional crew safety, the turret can support add-on armour and spall liners for ballistics protection as well as energy absorbing systems on each crew seat for mine protection. The vehicle presented to journalists had steel tracks, a preferred option for vehicles with high GVWs.
Meanwhile, the IFV variant has a GVW of 35t and features a commander, gunner and driver, along with capacity for six dismounts. The UT30Mk2 incorporates an Orbital ATK Mk44(S) 30mm gun alongside, laser warning sensors and two stabilised EO/IR sights for the command and gunner.

The example shown to journalists in Vienna was equipped with the Iron Fist active protection system and Elbit Systems’ Iron Vision system, the latter being a helmet-mounted display system that allow crews to ‘see through armour’.

Jose Manuel Linerous, VP of engineering at GDELS, said that the vehicle features 530kW of on-board power for the various digital systems on the platform. This specific example also featured rubber tracks, which offer less vibration, better fuel efficiency and less noise than steel examples.

This configuration could eventually be offered to the forthcoming Czech Republic requirement for a fleet of new IFVs.
https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/land ... rations-a/






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Eurosatory 2018: New Industry Venture Pitches Advanced Mortar System
This is testament in a new collaboration that was signed in Villepinte on 12 June between the Land Systems arm of Singapore-based ST Engineering and HDS, calling for increased business opportunities for 120mm mortar systems in Europe. The agreement will enable the two companies to offer a weapon system combining the 120mm Super Rapid Advanced Mortar System (SRAMS) from ST Engineering with the mortar fire control system and 120mm mortar ammunition from HDS.
http://www.monch.com/mpg/news/land/3617 ... erger.html

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