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LIMA 2017: Piaggio Aerospace spotlights Avanti EVO turboprop aircraft



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LIMA 2017: Dassault Rafale fighter starring for the 4th time in the Malaysian sky






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LIMA 2017: Thales provides RMAF with FNPT II flight simulator





Thales was selected to deliver an FNPT II (Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer) simulator to the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the purposes of initial pilot training. The simulator, delivered to the company Gading Kasturi, has been in operation since December.
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LIMA 2017: RMAF officially inducts final Airbus A400M military airlifter





Malaysia is the A400M’s first export customer outside of the original European launch nations. It has ordered four aircraft, and took delivery of its first at LIMA 2015.
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MBDA highlights full weapons package for RMAF MRCA requirement


Given that both the Eurofighter Typhoon and the Rafale have now been shortlisted to provide the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) its future MRCA (Multi-Role Combat Aircraft), the European missiles manufacturer MBDA is making a highlight of its range of air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons at the LIMA 2017 exhibition.





The RMAF’s aging fleet of MiG-29s needs to replaced, especially given the rising temperature of international relations and intensifying strategic concerns in the region. Whether Rafale or Typhoon, a fleet of 18, state of the art aircraft will be playing a major part in protecting Malaysia’s sovereignty. To ensure that the RMAF will be able to carry out its very demanding role, and by extension, serve Malaysia to the best of its ability, this new fleet of aircraft will need to be equipped with the very latest in guided weapons technology to optimize operational capability.


For the Rafale, the MBDA weapons suite includes MICA, Meteor, Storm Shadow/SCALP and Exocet AM39. The Storm Shadow/SCALP, long-range cruise missile has proven its unerring accuracy and ability to strike key infrastructure targets under combat conditions in Iraq and Libya and has been deployed by the air forces of France, Italy and the UK. Exocet needs no describing as it remains the eponymous anti-ship weapon and has been deployed in various theatres. In the air-to-air arena, MICA, with its unique feature of interchangeable IR and RF seekers combines exceptionally well with Meteor, complementing the latter’s very long range with its intermediary short and approaching beyond visual range capability.


In fact MICA’s ability to fly out to BVR in passive mode before the seeker locks on in the final stages of the end game has earned it the sobriquet “silent killer” as the target has little time to react or to deploy effective countermeasures.





MBDA’s Meteor Beyond Visual Range (BVR) weapon is the result of a six-European nation programme to provide the key future BVR air-to-air armament for Europe’s new generation of combat platforms including of course the Rafale and Eurofighter Typhoon. It has already entered service on the Gripens of the Swedish Air Force. This missile’s very long range combined with its ramjet-induced speed, result in a weapon that has an unequalled No Escape Zone.


In fact Meteor has been designed to be many times superior to the most sophisticated current and emerging Medium Range Air to Air Missile (MRAAMs) threat. Its advantages provide an added dissuasive power to an air force in so far as any enemy will need to think seriously before venturing into potentially lethal air space as with Meteor, there can only ever be one winner! The advanced technology contained within Meteor controls speed and fuel consumption throughout the flight envelope. This ensures that maximum power and hence agility are maintained at the extremes of range where other weapons in the same class have long since ceased being effective. This also provides a cost benefit in so far as a single Meteor will suffice whereas other very long range missiles need to be fired in salvos to have some chance of success. With China purportedly preparing its own ramjet-powered weapon, the PL-21 for its new J-11B and J-20 fighters for long-range interception, Meteor is a truly must have weapon in the region.


ASRAAM provides the short range air combat capability for the Eurofighter Typhoon and is recognized for being the anti-dogfight weapon. The missile’s unparalleled speed off the rail gives a first shot, first kill capability so with ASRAAM, the need to get involved in the hit and miss uncertainly of a traditional dogfight is avoided.


For the anti-surface role (both stationary and moving), MBDA is actively developing the SPEAR weapon for the UK RAF’s Typhoons. With a range out beyond 100km and high sub-sonic flight, this next generation, network enabled weapon is capable of dealing with an extremely broad target set ranging from fast, moving manoeuvring vehicles including main battle tanks (MBTs), hardened structures, air defence units and missile launchers to naval vessels. SPEAR is an extremely compact weapon featuring a multi-mode seeker optimising its use for both day and night operations regardless of weather conditions. It also includes multi-effects GPS/INS guidance with a data link so that target updates can be transmitted during the missile’s flight. The missile’s high precision will ensure that it is compliant with increasingly complex and demanding rules of engagement. A turbojet propulsion unit provides the high velocity necessary to strike time sensitive targets before they can inflict damage or take cover.





For shorter range anti-surface engagements, the Typhoon can also deploy MBDA’s Brimstone missile which has been highly spoken of around the world following its successful deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan and more recently Syria. In these war theaters, Brimstone has proven its capability against not only fast moving armoured vehicles, 4x4s and even motorbikes but also against snipers concealed behind compound walls. In every case, Brimstone struck with extreme accuracy and zero collateral damage, a crucial feature in today’s complex battle environment. Perhaps of special to Malaysia is Brimstone’s unique capability of giving fast combat jets the possibility of engaging swarming FIACs (Fast Inshore Attack Craft) a fast emerging and worrying threat in coastal waters. With its dual-mode seeker allowing for both man-in-the-loop and fire-and-forget firing options, Brimstone is a true representation of MBDA’s unmatched mastery in pushing out the frontiers of missile technology.


One of MBDA’s key advantages over its competitors in the sector lies in its ability to offer customers a choice. A one size fits all approach is far from ideal given that each customer has to face very specific threats and hence has very specific ideas about the kind of operational capability required. Both Rafale and Eurofighter Typhoon have been integrated with the Storm Shadow/SCALP already described. However on the Eurofighter Typhoon, there is also the option of another equally potent, long range cruise missile, the Taurus KEPD 350E. Both feature the highest levels of accuracy but can offer the customer a choice in terms of the kind of warhead and guidance system preferred. What is sure, whichever aircraft the RMAF finally selects, its pilots will be flying high, armed with the very best weapons available. These weapons will serve, not only to protect Malaysia’s skies and sovereign interests further afield, they will also help to ensure that the RMAF’s pilots return home safely once their mission has been accomplished.
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UAVOS unveils Apus HAPS UAV at LIMA 2017





Apus has a wing span of 34.5ft (10,5m) and a weigh of 33lb (15kg); the drone can perform flights at an altitude of up to 50000ft (15000m). Apus atmospheric satellite is intended for long-term monitoring at various latitudes around the globe, and can also serve as a telecommunication hub.


UAVOS investor and board member, Vadim Tarasov adds, “The autopilot system that we have incorporated in our drones can be intergrated with any type of existing civil or military airafts and convert into a drone that operates in a fully automated manner and does not require human intervention.“
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LIMA 2017: Aerologica and Sikorsky to partner for military helicopters support





Aerologica Sdn Bhd announced today March 23 at LIMA 2017 exhibition that it has signed a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) with Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation for the supply of spart parts and component repair and overhaul of Sikorsky helicopters.
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LIMA 2017: Irkut Corporation offers Su-30SME fighter jet to ASEAN market





Russia offered a new modification of the latest supermaneuverable Su-30SM fighter jet designated as Su-30SME to potential foreign customers of aircraft technologies, President of Irkut Corporation Oleg Demchenko told TASS at the 14th International naval and aerospace show in Malaysia (LIMA 2017).


"Su-30SME is an export version of Su-30SM. The aircraft are supplied to the defense ministries of Russia and Kazakhstan as an ally in the Collective Security Treaty Organization," he said.


Su-30SME is a development of the Su-MK fighter which is popular on the global market. "Su-30SME is an upgraded modern platform based on Russian equipment. As the basic Russian Su-30SM version develops the capabilities of the export Su-30SME will also expand," Demchenko said.


The Russian Knights aerobatic group is for the first time flying supermaneuverable Su-30SM fighter jets at Lima 2017 show to demonstrate technical characteristics and piloting capabilities of the new aircraft.


The Su-30SM fighter jet has been manufactured for the Russian Air Force since 2012. Four Su-30SM batch-produced fighters (Russian Air Force modification) were supplied for Kazakh Air Force in 2015.
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"People's Drone" PD-1 UAV makes first public appearance at LIMA 2017





The PD-1 unmanned aerial system is specially designed for ISTAR operations. A PD-1 system consists of two PD-1 unmanned aerial vehicles with 50cc gas engine, planar high resolution 35 MP or 50 MP digital camera, rugged case ground control station, communication link, video transmission link, video transmission link, antennas, spart parts and accessories.The PD-1 is equipped with the USG-212 multi-sensor gyro-stabilized gimbal comes equipped with a Sony Full HD 30x optical zoom block camera and a 40mm IR camera that allows effective detection and tracking of targets even in low-visibility conditions. The integrated anti-vibration damping system ensures high image quality even at maximum optical zoom.


It can carry up to 8 kg payload and has a maximum take-off weight of 33 kg. PD-1 UAV features a service ceiling of 3,000 m and an endurance of 10+ hours, while an EFI upgrade gives the platform a flight time of up to 15 hours. Its 4-stroke engine allows a cruise speed of 95 km/h and a maximum speed of 140 km/h.


The PD-1 UAV can be operated at temperatures -20°c to +45°c and wind up to 20 m/s. The system has telemetry link up to 100 km and real-time wireless video link up to 50 km. Total flight range of the PD-1 is over 400 km. Telemetry and video links are encrypted with AES256 and AES128 respectively.


PD-1 UAS comes equipped with an autopilot. Autopilot and GCS software allows to program flight route, do specific actions (e.g. take photos at certain point), do automatic runway take-off and landing, automatic launch from pneumatic catapult and parachute recovery and much more. All information from the PD-1 UAV (e.g. fuel level, engine temp, engine RPM, etc.) comes to GCS in real-time. PD-1 can also perform fully autonomous flights.
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UAVOS' new UVH-29E drone introduced at LIMA 2017





The unmanned gasoline-powered UVH-29E helicopter features fully automatic take-off, flight along the route and landing on the chassis. It comes with high performance characteristics and is capable of flying at high altitudes in difficult weather conditions. The unmanned helicopter demonstrates a wide range of speeds - from 0 km/h in a hover mode to the maximum speed of 150 km/h.


"This helicopter can steadily take off, carry out a mission and land in fully automatic mode in rain, snow and wind exceeding 14 and more meters per second," comments Vadim Tarasov, UAVOS investor and Board member.


The SURVEYOR-H helicopter system includes the unmanned UVH-29E aircraft and the command module. The maximum take-off mass of the helicopter is 21.6kg, the length of the fuselage is 1.6m, the diameter of the main rotor is 2m. The operational range of the unmanned helicopter is 540km, the maximum static ceiling is 2500m, the flight time is 6 hours with a payload of 1kg at an altitude of 1000m.


The unmanned helicopter system is intended for surveillance, monitoring of vast areas of the Earth, water, ice surface, and anti-drone protection. Vadim Tarasov, UAVOS investor and Board member, adds, "Industrial design of the UVH-29E drone, extended temperature range and flights in the conditions of jamming on satellite radio navigation signals and the command line channel makes this helicopter efficient in the most extreme conditions."
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Video: DCNS exhibiting at LIMA 2017 in Langkawi, Malaysia





DCNS is also working through a solid transfer of technology with Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS) on the Littoral Combat Surface (LCS) Program launched by the Royal Malaysian Navy to purchase six Littoral Combat Ships. BNS is the Prime Contractor of this program for which DCNS’ Gowind® design and DCNS SETIS® Combat Management System have both been selected. The first vessel is being finalized and the keel laying of the second vessel was completed at the Boustead Naval Shipyard in Lumut on February 28.
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First Airshow Appearance for Leonardo's ATR 72MP Maritime Patrol Aircraft at LIMA 2017





The ATR 72MP, which was developed by Leonardo using the ATR 72-600 turboprop as a base, can perform roles including maritime patrol, search and identification of surface vessels, Command, Control and Communication, ISR, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, SAR (Search and Rescue) missions, the prevention of narcotics trafficking, piracy, smuggling, territorial water security and monitoring and intervention in the event of environmental catastrophes.





The ATR 72MP is equipped with Leonardo's ATOS mission system, which uses advanced data fusion techniques to present a single tactical picture to the operator that integrates information from all of the aircraft's on-board sensors. One key sensor on the ATR 72MP is Leonardo's Seaspray AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) surveillance radar. Seaspray provides a powerful surveillance capability with a range of modes, all in a highly reliable package. The aircraft also uses the latest communication systems, able to transmit or receive information in real time to/from command and control centres either on the ground, in the air or at-sea, to ensure coordinated and effective operations. The aircraft is also equipped with a self-protection system, fully integrated with the ATR 72MP’s mission system and avionics.
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LIMA 2017: Damen Unveils its new MRSS Design Proposal for Royal Malaysian Navy





At LIMA 2017, the Langkawi International Maritime And Aerospace Exhibition currently held in Malaysia, Damen shipyards of the Netherlands unveiled a new design proposal for the Royal Malaysian Navy's (RMN) Multi-Role Supply Ship (MRSS) requirement. Damen's MRSS is based on its Enforcer product line of landing platform docks (LPD), more precisely, the Enforcer 10000.


Talking to Navy Recognition during the show, a Damen representative said he could not discuss Damen's existing or future local partner but explained the Enforcer design is particulary suited to the RMN's needs.


The Enforcer 10000 measures 157 meters in length with a beam of 24.8 meters. Its range is 10,000 nautical miles. It is capable of transporting 400 to 700 troops as well as two LCMs in the well deck and two LCVPs in davits. Finally it is fitted with two to three helicopter spots.





According to Damen, The Enforcer LPD is characterised by a stern dock that creates a sheltered environment for the deployment of Landing Craft in adverse conditions, including Sea State 4. This feature results in an extensive weather window enabling operations for 80% of the time worldwide, whereas alternative concepts usually manage only 30%.


The Enforcer design includes various essential, though cost-effective, survivability features:

- Watertight integrity: Compliance to damage stability requirements in docked conditions with unobstructed cargo deck access. No doors between compartments below bulkhead deck.

- Damage control facilities & Fire-fighting systems

- Signature Enhancements: Noise control, RCS Shaping, Ir suppression, Degaussing

- Vulnerability enhancements: NBC Protection, Shock proofing, Blast bulkheads, redundancy on mission-critical system.



There is at least one more contender for MRSS: Malaysian shipyard Boustead and its partner PT Pal from Indonesia. A MoU between the two companies was signed during Indodefence in Jakarta last year. In Malaysia, Damen is partnering with local shipyard Destini Shipbuilding for the delivery of three new OPVs to the Malaysian coast guard (MMEA).
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LIMA 2017: Lacroix Looking to Provide its SYLENA MK2 Naval Decoy Launcher for Royal Malaysian Navy LCS



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LIMA 2017: MBDA Demonstrating the Deadly Strike of the Sea Venom











MBDA is currently in the advanced stages of preparing a new weapon, featuring the latest technology advantages, to meet the requirements of the British and French navies for a future helicopter-launched anti-ship missile. Weighing around 100kg, this missile is the replacement for the Sea Skua and AS 15TT anti-ship missiles within the MBDA product portfolio which are fast approaching the end of their effective service lives. Sea Skua is used by several navies, including the RMN on its Super Lynx, whilst the AS15TT is used on the Panther helicopter operated by Middle Eastern forces. The new weapon will equip the UK RN’s new AW159 Wildcat helicopters as well as helicopters in the French Navy (where the weapon will be known as ANL).


With its Lynx helicopters just weeks from being retired, the RN carried out its final firing of the Sea Skua over the Atlantic during March. Considered the RN’s most successful weapon since World War 2, Sea Skua all but wiped out Saddam Hussein's entire naval strength in the first Gulf War in 1991 by disabling 14 enemy ships. However, getting ready to take Sea Skua’s place is Sea Venom. The new weapon is already undergoing a series of tests with the first carriage and release trials having taken place on a French DGA (French agency for defence procurement) in December 2015. Earlier this month in the UK, carriage and release trials were also carried out on a Lynx.


Mark Sheehan from MBDA and a former RN Lynx pilot with firsthand experience of the Sea Skua missile said: ”Sea Skua is an excellent weapon with a commendable service record. However, a comparison with Sea Venom is the difference between night and day, literally. Sea Venom adds so much extra capability and is ideally suited to the Wildcat with its Seaspray AESA radar and Wescam optical/IR nose turret. For today’s evermore complex challenges, particularly in the littoral, Sea Venom adds a whole new aspect to what a naval helicopter can do, from taking out moored vessels in port through to fast moving vessels in open waters. Importantly, the operator can choose to stay in full control and contact with the missile right up to target impact”.


Sea Venom is a high subsonic, sea skimming missile with a range of 20 Km designed for high lethal effect against a wide target set including FIACs (Fast Inshore Attack Craft) and corvettes. The missile is capable of several attack modes including ‘pop up / top attack’. A high speed, two-way data-link communicates the IR images, “seen” by the missile’s seeker, to the operator. Therefore, in addition to initiating an autonomous engagement, the operator can also monitor the action or even remain in control of the missile throughout the full duration of its flight. With aim-point selection, the operator can decide whether to destroy or disable the target.


In addition to its operational advantages, and importantly for current Sea Skua users, Sea Venom retains the same dimensions, allowing for compatibility with existing magazines and handling equipment. Given that the UK and France will be supporting the weapon and its growth path over the next 30 years or so, Sea Venom customers can be confident in the durability of the capability provided. Similarly, as the Royal Navy is intending to deploy Sea Venom on its future AW 159 Wildcat, should the Royal Malaysian Navy move towards this platform, a seamless transition with Sea Venom is assured.
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LIMA 2017: Destini & Damen Showcasing the Future OPV of the Malaysian Coast Guard MMEA






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LIMA 2017: MTC Unveils its Mobile Offshore Base Stations for Royal Malaysian Navy











The Mobile Offshore Base Station "self-propelled barge" variant is constructed from welded steel. It has a length of 62 meters, a beam of 18.60 meters and a draft of just 3 meters. It is fitted with fully air-conditionned accommodatons with galley, mess room, recreation room, meeting room, prayer room and control room. The base is designed to accommodate 40 sailors for 1 month at sea. It is fitted with a slipway to easily launch and recover a CB90 type boat. It is also fitted with a large helicopter pad placed forward. While the Mobile Offshore Base Station "8-point mooring barge" variant shares most of the specifications with the "self-prolled barge" variant, its characteristics differ as follows: It has a length of 44.80 meters, a beam of 17.20 meters and a draft of just 1.5 meters. An MTC representative at LIMA explained that either variant may be built in less than 1 year.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض LIMA 2017   السبت 25 مارس 2017 - 6:39

Indonesia looking to produce rounds and components of the BMP-3F infantry fighting vehicle IFV





Indonesia is studying an option to launch the licensed production of rounds and components for the BMP-3F infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), Deputy Head of Russia’s Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Mikhail Petukhov said.
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Philippines have interests into purchasing Russian military equipment


The Philippines has expressed interest in purchasing Russian helicopters, fast boats, drones and small weapons, the deputy director of Russia's Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) told Sputnik Wednesday.


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