Infantry Systems

Infantry Systems

chemical identification

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FLIR Systems has recently announced the Griffin G510 Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS). The device is essentially a first person-portable chemical identifier. The FLIR Griffin...
troops gear

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The US Army and Marine Corps continue to work together to try and reduce the weight of troops gear, according to a recent government...
loitering munition

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A remotely operated electro-optical, precise guided Loitering Munition(LM) designed to seek, locate and engage various targets for the tactical level corps will be exposed...
reconnaissance vehicle

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A new 4x4 armoured reconnaissance vehicle is now in service at the Armed Forces of Belarus. The Cayman vehicle developed by JSC '140 repair...
satellite communication

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A new lightweight, multi-frequency, mobile satellite communication terminal was unveiled, designed for dismounted units who are unable to maintain line-of-sight connectivity. Built from composite...
special operations

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The Special Operations Task Force (SOTF) of the Singapore Armed Forces, a combination of the army’s Commandos, Special Operation Force and the navy’s Naval...
special operations

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US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) science and technology is looking for equipment that weighs less, is more flexible and comes at an affordable price....
unmanned vehicle

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A multipurpose unmanned vehicle can serve as a transportation platform carrying a squad's gear, a remote weapon station equipped with small or large caliber...
x-ray

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Airports, central railway stations, and other large perimeters are well equipped with X-Ray screening systems for the detection of explosives or suspicious objects. But...
future forces

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The Future Forces Conference and Exhibition, organized by iHLS for already the fourth year,  will present the trends and the most advanced solutions to...
special operations

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The IDF’s special operations units have been applying advanced technologies and unique skills in anti-terror warfare, airborne troops transportation, and parachuting during their operational...
special forces

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Russia’s military is often seen as a bit backward compared to NATO allies and the U.S. — with dated equipment, low budgets, and problematic...
UGV

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A new multi-purpose UGV which was recently exposed offers applications for the military, law enforcement, and commercial fields. Unmanned systems technology innovator Milrem unveiled its...
medical

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Treating wounded soldiers at the battlefield or remote bases sometimes requires X-ray tests. The US Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA) is set to deploy...
nano drone

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A new four-rotor surveillance nano drone is small enough to be carried by soldiers and squads in their pouch. Drone manufacturing firm AeroVironment officially...
brain

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The frequent use of explosive devices in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars has given birth to a new type of war injury: multiple mild...
small arms

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India’s first private-sector small arms manufacturing plant was inaugurated by the Indian group Punj Lloyd and its joint venture partner Israel Weapon Industries (IWI)....
special operations

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The U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) - office of Science and Technology strives to deliver game-changing technology to enable US warfighters to have an...
special forces

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  A variant of a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or Humvee) showcased at the LAAD exhibition held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in...
robotic

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  Exoskeletons, wearable external skeletons, are efficient solutions for tasks requiring movement or lifting objects with increased strength and endurance in the military and industrial...

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