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Contents


Cross-Functional Team, and Kevin Mills, associate director for robotics at the Ground Vehicle Systems Center, speak to Andrew Barnett about how these vehicles are being developed to take over operations deemed too dirty or dangerous for humans.


33 The new reality for military training RUAG Simulation & Training


34 40CTAS: High performance and low maintenance in the field of medium calibre CTA International


36 The path to scalable battlefield mobility Pearson Engineering


38 Where the rubber meets the road Soucy Defense


40 Adapting to tomorrow’s battlefield John Cockerill Group


42 RIwP up the rulebook for vehicle-mounted weapons Moog Space and Defense Group


44 Modular and flexible remote weapons systems


Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace


46 Next-generation artillery Diehl Defence


Future soldier 49 In the works


Leading the field in dismounted soldier systems, the US had planned to roll out 40,000 integrated visual augmentation system (IVAS) units in 2021 until budget cuts set them awry. At the same time – under the guise of its TommyWorks programme – the British Army is moving forward with its own integrated digital soldier and dismounted situational awareness networks in an effort to match the US and become a technology-led military leader.


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Andrew Barnett speaks to experts from the British Army to learn more.


54 Explosive solutions for every aspect of the battlefield CBRNergetics


57 Data-driven training solutions 4C Strategies


Naval capabilities 58 In ship shape


For centuries, navies the world over have prided themselves on the vastness of their ships: their firepower, their length, the size of their crews. But since the end of the Cold War, as the prospect of all-out naval conflict has receded, militaries have started reconsidering. What if, ultimately, the sea battles of tomorrow could be won without putting a single sailor in the line of fire? Andrea Valentino learns more from Rear Admiral Kiril Mihaylov of the Bulgarian Navy and Bryan Clark, senior fellow and director of the Center for Defense Concepts and Technology at the Hudson Institute.


61 A new milestone for Spain’s naval history Navantia


62 Into the deep blue water FMV Naval Test Ranges


65 Bringing out the big guns Rheinmetall Defence


67 Proven, capable, adaptable Babcock International


68 Naval mines for the 21st century DA-Group


Air systems 69 Jammer in the works Global navigation satellite systems like the US’s Global Positioning System have become deeply embedded in both the function of modern militaries and society as a whole. However, this dependency could leave the technology vulnerable to exploitation. Nicholas Kenny speaks to Alexandra Stickings, associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, and Elisabeth Braw, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, about the growing threat of jamming and spoofing.


73 The solution to energy challenges World Fuel Services


74 GPS jamming: a growing threat to mission success BAE Systems


Defence & Security Systems International / www.defence-and-security.com 58


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