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Automated vehicle capability in development with Rheinmetall - News

February 28, 2020
AUSTRALIA. Rheinmetall announced the launch of its first Australian research and technology program, the Autonomous Combat Warrior (ACW) program. Under this program, Rheinmetall’s Australian, German, and Canadian development teams will work alongside research teams to develop advanced sovereign robotics and automated vehicle technologies. This will create a local automated military vehicle capability.

Laser duel simulators to equip Puma infantry vehicles - News

February 05, 2020
GERMANY. Rheinmetall will be supplying the German Bundeswehr with simulation technology intended to enable realistic training of mechanized infantry units equipped with the Puma infantry fighting vehicle (IFV).

Rheinmetall's spectral coupling-based laser source reaches 20 kW - News

September 17, 2019
GERMANY. The laser team at Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH has now attained an optical power of 20 kilowatts (kW) with a laser technology based on spectral coupling. The laser source was constructed and commissioned in cooperation with NKT Photonics Technology GmbH.

High-energy laser effector system to be developed for German Navy - News

August 09, 2019
GERMANY. Rheinmetall and MBDA Deutschland have agreed to collaborate in the high-energy laser effectors domain. The two companies intend to construct, integrate, and test a laser demonstrator for the German Navy?s corvette K130.

Canadian Forces to upgrade naval MASS countermeasure systems - News

June 22, 2018
D?SSELDORF, Germany. Canadian Forces officials selected Rheinmetall to upgrade the Canadian navy's Multi Ammunition Softkill System (MASS), a countermeasure system installed on its Halifax-class frigates. The contract is worth an estimated CAD20 million ($15 million).

German companies team for digitization of Germany's ground forces - News

March 29, 2017
MUNICH and DUESSELDORF, Germany. German defense-electronics companies Rheinmetall and Rohde & Schwarz have entered a partnership that aims at leading the digitization of Germany?s ground armed forces. The two enterprises established a joint venture to compete for two major German procurement projects: "MoTaKo," which stands for ?mobile tactical communications,? and ?MoTIV,? short for ?mobile tactical information network.?

Challenger 2 main battle tank obsolescence management contract won by Rheinmetall - News

December 29, 2016
Engineers at Rheinmetall will be managing obsolescence issues for the British army's Challenger main battle tank under a Challenger 2 Life Extension Program (CR2 LEP) Assessment Phase contract from the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense (MoD).