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    SAF C2 System

    Singapore is trialling a new C2 system during Exercise Forging Sabre. (Chen Chuanren)

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    Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition is a key enabler for strategic cooperation among legitimate players on the global stage.
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    The introduction of this new feature reflects the rising number of pioneers from sectors beyond DSEI’s traditional exhibitor-base that have relevant and highly skilled people, solutions and applications which are transferable to defence and security.
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    Manama, July 23 (BNA): The Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference (BIDEC) is stirring up interest in Bahrain and abroad. The BIDEC 2017 website has attracted firms from the region and the world, as well as related establishments, ever since registration started last March. 
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    Manama, July 12 (BNA): A delegation from Bahrain Defence Force gave a briefing to Russian companies on Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference (BIDEC) 2017.
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    Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) will mark its tenth edition when it takes place this September at ExCeL London. Ten weeks until the event’s opening, we have listed the Top Ten features which combine to make DSEI ‘the event for the entire defence and security industry to conduct business. 

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  • On Stand 23, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), West London based, world class manufacturer of professional microwave and RF products, will be showing its new line of PTX8807 Ka band TWT (Travelling Wave Tube) based MPMs (Microwave Power Modules) for high performance EW and radar systems. Also on show will be TMD’s solid state PTS6900 and TWT based PTXM Series MPMs.


  • As the mission environments for the modern armed forces become increasingly complex and data rich, the ability to operate and therefore train as collective fighting force has never been greater. In that respect, Thales is investing in growing the distributed operational training capability of the Royal Air Force.

  • Emmen, Switzerland, 08 March 2017. The RUAG Aviation CAST-easy (Countermeasure
    Advanced System Test Equipment) chaff and flare simulator solution is marking a
    milestone, twice over. The self-protection test equipment has successfully qualified for
    flight on the Tornado jet platform, as confirmed by partner Airbus Defence & Space. This
    success allowed RUAG Aviation to secure a significant mandate for CAST-easy from the
    Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support
    (BAAINBw) for use with the Tornado fleet operated by the German Bundeswehr. CAST-easy is an unique, economical and reusable testing solution specifically designed to allow for safer testing of chaff and flare dispenser deployment, relying on electronics instead of
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