Vol. 41 Nbr. 5, October 2017
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- TALKING TO EACH OTHER.
- VOICE OF AMERICA: Strong demand continues to be witnessed in the North American tactical radios market led by the United States armed forces which are pursuing significant procurements to overhaul the communications used across its land forces.
- WORLD SERVICE: Beyond North America and Europe/ tactical radio centres of excellence continue to launch new products, while the market faces technological challenges in terms of software and hardware developments triggered by operational change.
- INSECT REPELLENT.
- PROTECTING THE AIR FROM THE SEA.
- SHOOT AND SCOOT.
- SMART LOGISTICS.
- Ciao for Now.
- UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL.
- SMALL TARGETS PRESENT BIG CHALLENGES.
- COMMERCIAL BREAK: Despite a reduction in US strategic commitments around the world, the commercial Satellite Communications (SATCOM) industry is confident that military demand will increase as countries seek to diversify supply and augment nationally-owned capabilities.
- WHEELS AND TRACKS FOR THE GOD OF WAR.
- A CERTAIN RATIO: Achieving mobility in challenging environments is paramount for all military vehicles; however, assuring this in the armoured vehicle domain is far more difficult yet absolutely critical to allow platforms to achieve their missions.
- LET THERE BE LIGHT: Predicting the future is a precarious business at best, and when the subject is night vision technology it is tempting to postulate that future technological innovations and developments will mean more of the same, but better.
- DOCTOR AND THE MEDICS: Responding to emerging requirements in battlefield medicine associated with increases in expeditionary deployments, special forces continue to evolve their practices to safely operate in areas lacking even the most basic support infrastructure.
- MEDIA ALERT FOR DECEMBER 2017/JANUARY 2018.