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Wearable battery for digital soldier programs at DVD2018

Wearable battery for digital soldier programs at DVD2018
A new product from Epsilor, a globally recognised developer and manufacturer of mobile energy products for defence and aerospace applications. Its innovative wearable conformal military battery for advanced Digital Soldier programs will be showcased at the DVD2018 show, which will take place at Millbrook, 19th to 20th September, 2018.
17th August 2018

Parachute for Russia’s Ratnik next-gen combat system

Rostec has worked on a parachute system integrated with promising Ratnik gear. The news was announced by CEO of Rostec Sergey Chemezov during the opening ceremony for the new parachute equipment manufacturing complex in Kirzhach. The R&D work within the State is prepared by the Scientific Research Institute of Parachute Construction of Technodinamika.
7th August 2018

Providing versatility on the battlefield

Providing versatility on the battlefield
Specifically designed for harsh military environments, where reliability and ruggedness are key, Ultralife Corporation has launched the UBBL35 rechargeable conformal battery.
25th July 2018


New geofencing electronic warfare manpack system

New geofencing electronic warfare manpack system
A whole-mission support and information system, VIPER, has been released by Chemring Technology Solutions, aiming to deliver actionable intelligence and the world’s first Electronic Warfare (EW) manpack geofencing capability.
21st June 2018

Military-grade laptop PSU is 90% smaller and lighter

Military-grade laptop PSU is 90% smaller and lighter
On-Systems has launched Pebble, a COTS, rugged, EMI-silent laptop power supply for defence, avionics and mobile applications that is a fraction of the size, weight and cost of current designs. Pebble is the first in a series of harsh-environment PSUs from the company which combine a new topology, custom-designed FET drivers and fast switching speed to deliver industry-changing benefits.
6th June 2018

FireDragon heats soldiers combat rations and drinks

FireDragon heats soldiers combat rations and drinks
  The UK Defence Procurement Minister, Guto Bebb MP, has launched the new production line for a breakthrough fuel called ‘FireDragon’ that British soldiers use to heat their combat rations and warm their drinks.
24th May 2018

Humanising exoskeletons for soldiers and paraplegics

Humanising exoskeletons for soldiers and paraplegics
Exoskeletons are making it possible for people with paraplegia to stand up, walk and even climb steps. Like their fabled science fiction counterparts, these exosuits also show promise for granting soldiers and workers superhuman strength. Despite their potential, exoskeletons remain a technology that hasn’t quite caught on. The reason may be that most exosystems today are designed without considering the way humans interact with them.
10th May 2018

Squid skin could aid development of camouflage material

Squid skin could aid development of camouflage material
Cephalopods—which include octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish—are masters of disguise. They can camouflage to precisely match their surroundings in a matter of seconds, and no scientist has quite been able to replicate the spectacle. But new research by Leila Deravi, assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Northeastern, brings us a step closer.
22nd February 2018

Novel body armour designed for marine special forces launched

Novel body armour designed for marine special forces launched
  A novel flame resistant and quick drying plate carrier designed for Marine Special Forces called the Kastell Pro Aqua has been launched by personal survival and protective equipment experts BCB International.
7th February 2018

High-density battery powers surveillance systems

High-density battery powers surveillance systems
With its new Lithium Thionyl Chloride M1 battery, Ultralife is helping military device manufacturers develop longer-lasting products. The battery, which is the military battery specialist’s highest density offering to date, is lightweight and can be used in remote sensing and surveillance applications. Ultralife has developed three variations of the M1 battery, ranging in size and weight from 3.3-10kg.
20th December 2017


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International Security Expo 2018
28th November 2018
United Kingdom London Olympia