Norwegen: Armoured Combat Support Vehicle

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The Modernization of Norwegian GBAD Forces to Counter the 21st Century Air-Threat
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Norway's ACSV G5 combat support vehicle to be delivered in 2022
The first serial-production Armoured Combat Support Vehicle (ACSV) G5, an evolutionary variant of the Protected Mission Module Carrier (PMMC) G5 from Germany’s FFG, will be delivered to the Norwegian Army in the summer of 2022. News of the delivery came via an interview between Master Sergeant Odd Skøien, the user representative and project co-ordinator of the programme, and Benjamin Lindsay, senior manager for sales and project development at FFG, on 26 January during the 2021 virtual International Armoured Vehicles conference.

The ACSV G5 is a tracked vehicle with a crew compartment at the front and a load area at the rear. It ist tailor designed to carry either a 10 ft (3.05 m) container or 6.5 ft (1.83 m) container and has a loading crane that can lift up to 5 tonnes, such as various mission modules. In the cargo role the ACSV G5 is qualified to carry all classes of military goods, whether containerised, palletised, or as defence module, an electronic warfare container, a recovery module with a recovery winch and strong crane, and an artillery-locating radar module.

For fast integration of these modules all vehicles are equipped as standard with a comprehensive interface box, providing high electric power, a wide range of connectors for exchange of data and speech, and hydraulic power. Further mission modules will follow once the ASCV G5 enters service.
The prototype vehicle is currently being trialled in Norway in a process that has been pushed into 2021 from 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Master Sgt Skøien said. Once the ACSV has entered service, the Norwegian Army will assess further applications for the vehicle to gain the maximum logistical benefit from exploiting a common chassis. This could include an enclosed variant potentially for a command-and-control vehicle or armoured personnel carrier or to provide greater proteciton for sensitive equipment.

In a first batch FFG will deliver 44 ACSVs that wil be used to replace unarmoured vehicles currently used in combat support roles.
https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news ... ed-in-2022

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theoderich hat geschrieben:
Sa 2. Nov 2019, 16:02
I tillegg til elementer fra NASAMS, inkluderer dette det mobile launchersystemet til IRIS-T missilet fra Diehl Defence GmbH og radar fra Weibel Scientific A/S.
Short Range Air Defense

https://weibelradars.com/defense/ground ... r-defense/

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Bilateralt samarbeid med Nederland om ny artillerilokaliseringsradar

https://www.fma.no/aktuelt-og-media/202 ... ringsradar





Norwegen hat heute einen Government-to-Government-Deal mit der niederländischen Defensie Materieel Organisatie zur Beschaffung von fünf Radarsystemen Thales Nederland Multi Mission Radar (Thales GM200 MM/C) abgeschlossen, die künftig als Artillerieaufklärungsradars eingesetzt werden. Diese neuen Radarsysteme können Artilleriegranaten auf bis zu 50 km, Raketen auf bis zu 70 km und Flugzeuge auf bis zu 400 km erfassen:

Norway and Netherlands partner on Thales’ Multi Mission Radar Ground Master 200 MM/C

https://www.thalesgroup.com/en/group/jo ... dar-ground




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https://de-de.facebook.com/DMO.mindef/p ... ?__tn__=-R

Die neuen Radars werden ab Ende 2022 bis Ende 2024 geliefert. Außerdem wurde eine Option auf drei weitere Thales MMR vereinbart. Der Auftragswert liegt bei 76 947 000 Euro.
Das niederländische Verteidigungsministerium hat im Februar 2019 neun Thales MMR bestellt.


Norwegen hat erst 2015 den Prototypen eines Mid-Life-Upgrades seiner Artillerieaufklärungsradars SAAB ARTHUR unter Vertrag genommen. Dieses Vorhaben ist offenbar endgültig gestorben:
  • Saab Receives Order for Arthur Weapon Locating System Upgrade for Norway (8. April 2015)
    Defence and security company Saab has received an order from the Norwegian Defence Logistic Organisation (NDLO) for a prototype of Mid-Life Upgrade of their current Arthur weapon-location radar system. The order amounts to approximately SEK115 million.
    The recent order includes upgrading the sensor to Saab’s current production version of Arthur (ModC), development of new Command, Control and Communication functions and integration in a new 10ft container. The container has ISO corners for easy and flexible use on many vehicle types. The Norwegian Army will use M113F4 Armoured Tracked Vehicle as the main carrier for Arthur.
    The contract is signed between Saab Technologies Norway AS and NDLO. The development and production of this prototype will be done at Saab in Halden, Norway, and Gothenburg, Sweden.
    https://www.saab.com/newsroom/press-rel ... for-norway

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    https://www.tu.no/artikler/den-norsk-sv ... rea/396439

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    https://www.saab.com/products/arthur

    Hier findet man noch ein paar frühe Konzeptgrafiken:

    https://dittmagasin.no/offisersbladet/u ... 16_01#p=18

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Die neuen ACSV sollen bei Ritek endmontiert werden:

På samme plattform som kampluftvern: Nye artillerijegere skal bygges i Norge
Kampstøttevogner av typen FFG ACSV G5 som skal brukes både som plattform for det gjenoppståtte kampluftvernet og en ny generasjon artillerilokaliseringsradarer.

Radarene leveres av Thales, og vognene skal bygges ferdig av Ritek i Levanger.
Den nye avtalen ble signert på FSi-messa på Akershus festning torsdag morgen. Over 60 utstillere fra norsk industri deltar på arrangementet i regi av Forsvars- og sikkerhetsindustriens forening.

Nytt løft

Morten Minsaas, som har ansvar for salg, marked og prosjekter i Ritek, forklarer til Teknisk Ukeblad at de har tatt fram et fundament på vogna og skal utføre integrasjonen av radaren.
Norge har bestilt 44 ACSV G5 («Armoured Combat Support Vehicle») fra FFG Flensburger Fahrzeugbau GmbH.

I mars ble det klart at Ritek skal være såkalt CVA-leverandør («complete vehicle assembler»), som kort fortalt betyr at de mottar ferdig sveisede, tomme skrog fra Tyskland. Deretter skal Ritek montere og integrere alt utstyr, teste og levere komplette kampstøttevogner. De skal også oppgradere noen eksisterende M113-vogner av typen M577A2.

Produksjonen skal etter planen starte i midten av 2022, og Ritek har nettopp satt spaden i jorda for en ny montasjehall på Rinnleiret.
https://www.tu.no/artikler/pa-samme-pla ... p=75b8b6af

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