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Rafael to Present Next-Gen Combat Vehicle Suite in South Korea

Rafael_8X8_Comp_T02_SpikeER_04_V4 : Nov 17, 2020 - : 12:07 pm

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. will showcase its suite for future combat vehicles at the upcoming DX Defense & Security Expo to be held in the Republic of Korea (ROK) from November 18-21.

The company is offering its Next-Generation Combat Vehicle Suite – NGCV-S for the ROK’s Tiger 4.0 programme

Rafael’s suite for future combat vehicles is based on its extensive experience, and the company’s response to demands from the field ‒ including the need for combat vehicles to move as quickly and securely as MBTs in today’s complex and saturated battlefields.

Rafael’s NGCV-S offers integrated protection, lethality, situational awareness and network for enhanced mission effectiveness, even in GPS-denied scenarios.

The NGCV-S has an open, modular architecture, that consists of a 30/40mm automatic cannon with ABM capability, a launcher for SPIKE anti-tank multi-purpose guided missiles, advanced armour protection, including TROPHY.

Rafael also offers integration with the world’s only operational active protection system – the Fire Weaver networked combat system with sophisticated autonomous capabilities that connects all types of sensors and shooters over any tactical radio in real tim.

The company is also offering Spike FireFly miniature, portable, BLOS close-combat reconnaissance and loitering munition, the BNet SDR communication system, etc for integration on NGCV-S.

Rafael is also offering its Spike ER2 (10km) and NLOS (32km), tactical, electro-optical, multi-platform, multi-purpose missiles.

More than 33,000 Spike missiles have been sold worldwide, with 35 customers and over 6,000 missiles fired in combat and in training.

On display at the show, will also be the BNET patented communication system, supporting simultaneous and robust data, voice & video services with multiple auto relays.

BNET is an advanced Broadband IP MANET (Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork) Software Defined Radio for tactical operations and enables a network rate of 100Mbps, while facilitating the formation of a single “flat” network, scaling up to thousands of radios.

Rafael will also showcase its air defence systems, at DX Korea including the Drone Dome counter-drone system, already operational in a number of countries around the world both in civilian in military applications.

Also to be showcased at DX Korea will be the SkySpotter, a passive electro-optical Early Warning System, which offers a high probability of detection and a very low false alarm rate.

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