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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض ADEX2017 كوريا الجنوبية   الخميس 19 أكتوبر 2017 - 15:10

ADEX 2017: Hanwha New Hybrid BIHO Gun and Missile Air Defense System





At ADEX 2017, the International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition currently held in Seoul, South Korea, local company Hanwha Defense Systems is showcasing the new Hybrid BIHO. It is based on the existing BIHO anti-aircraft self-propelled gun system using the original 30mm twin-gun but fitted with four additional LIG MANPADS launchers.


The 30mm twin-gun and missile air defense system 'HYBRID BIHO' was developed according a request from the South Korean army for a new mobile SHORAD (Short-Range Air Defense System). The new vehicle is based on the 30 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft defense system 'BIHO' combined with the portable surface-to-air guided missile system Chiron which can be used to destroy low altitude aerial threats.


The Chiron, is a two-man MANPADS (MAN-Portable Air-Defense System) which can be mounted on a tripod. The 10 kilogram missile features an integral Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) system, full night and adverse weather capabilities, and a two-color infrared seeker to aid in negating countermeasures. It has a 7 km maximum target range and flies at a maximum altitude of 3.5 km and maximum speed of Mach 2.1.
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ADEX 2017: Hyundai Rotem Tank Killer 8X8 WAV for ROK Army





Compared to the baseline 8x8 WAV, the anti-tank variant (designated "8x8 wheeled armored vehicle medium range infantry missile") features a remote weapon station (RWS) with a 30mm machine gun a two Raybolt anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM). There are also two grenade launchers fitted on top of the vehicle.


The Raybolt is a portable 3rd generation fire and forget anti-tank missile for infantry units. Combined with the latest technology in Korea, the missile boasts highly sensitive seeker and enhance penetration capability. The Raybolt can identify and engage a target using its image Infrared Seeker. The missile can operate in two different mode including direct attack and top attack where missile target's the upper part of an armored vehicle.
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ADEX 2017: LIG Nex1 Showcasing its Raybolt Anti-Tank Missile





The Raybolt is a portable 3rd generation anti-tank missile for infantry units. Combined with the latest technology in Korea, the missile boasts highly sensitive seeker and enhance penetration capability. The Raybolt can identify and engage a target using its image Infrared Seeker. The missile can operate in two different mode including direct attack and top attack where missile target's the upper part of an armored vehicle.


Unlike other conventional missiles where the operators were required to aim at the target to guide the missile, the Raybolt employs fire and forget function. After launch, the operator can move to other locations immediately. Such feature increases the survivability of an operator. Also, the missile is smokeless where it is possible to launch the missile from inside a building.
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ADEX 2017: Hanwha Land Systems New K105HT Self-Propelled Howitzer





Hanwha Land Systems designed this howitzer following a request from the ROK Army which has more than 3 millions 105mm ammunition rounds in inventory. The company combined the conventional 105mm towed gun with a truck system (Kia 6x6 chassis). The gun is upgraded with GPS and fire control systems in order to reduce both the crew size and the "ready to fire" time. The conventional 105mm needs 10 minutes to get ready to fire while the K105HT requires less than 5 minutes. It is capable of "shoot and scout" which greatly increases crew survivability.


The K105HT has a crew of 4: Driver, Gunner, Assistand Gunner and Commander. The vehicle has a combat weight of 19 tons and a maximum speed of 90 Km/h. It can carry 60 rounds and has a maximum firing rate of 10 rounds per minutes (3 rounds per minutes sustained). The maximum firing range is 11.3 Km.
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ADEX 2017: LIG Nex1 Rolls Out New Weapon Locating Radar





The vehicle is actually a Counter-battery radar system developed by LIG Nex1 for the ROK Army and intended to replace the existing SAAB ARTHUR systems. According to a company representative, the system is capable of precisely locating and identifying the type of threat (shells or rockets) as well as tracking their trajectory. 


It is a mobile, active electronically scanned array C-Band radar (with 3,000 TR transmitter/receiver modules) for the purpose of enemy field artillery acquisition. The entire system fits on a single vehicle (8x8 Hanwha chassis): the radar, operation shelter and the power generator. Total vehicle weight is 8,866 Kg.
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ADEX 2017: ROK Marine Corps Showcasing Bigung for the 1st Time





The vehicle is fitted with a 36-round launcher (2x containers with 18 rockets each) mounted at the rear of a 6x6 chassis. The rockets it fires are the 70-mm light-guided guided missile (LOGIR), a joint US-South Korean development. The LOGIR missile (the South Korean version is designated K-LOGIR) was developed by the U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) and by the South Korean company LIG Nex1 based on the well-known Hydra 70-mm unguided rocket, but it is equipped with the so-called Low-Cost Imaging Terminal Seeker (LCITS), created under the auspices of ONR, using imaging infra-red (IIR) imaging technology, with an additional low-cost inertial correction unit. Thus, the LOGIR is a "fire and forget" rocket. The LOGIR missile is designed to defeat predominantly small-scale and high-speed surface targets - apparently, because of the limited cost requirements of the LCITS GOS, its use for less-contrast ground targets will not be effective enough.


According to a LIG Nex1 brochure, the rocket has a weight below 17.5 kg and a length of 1.9 m. The proclaimed range is "more than 8 km". TADS(Target Acquisition & Designation System) acquires target data in all light conditions. Fire & Forget with Inertial Navigation Guidance and IIR Seeker Terminal Guidance. Fire control system is operable for multi-targets.
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ADEX 2017: LIG Nex1 Launches New Short Range Air Defense Radar





This new active electronically scanned array (AESA) tridimentional radar uses gallium nitride (GaN) technology for its TR modules. This allows the system to track small UAVs and achieve high resolution and accuracy.


 Acting as a local air defense radar, it can detect air threats such as aircraft, helicopter, missiles and UAVs. This X-band radar even has a feature to detect and track incoming anti radiation missiles (ARMs).


 Fitted on a 6x6 truck chassis the system demonstrates superior levels of mobility and the ability to keep up with troops and convoys on the move. In can also be networked with K30 Biho (Flying Tiger) twin 30 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft systems and provide them with target data.
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ADEX 2017: Hanwha Techwin Showcasing its Large UGV





The system weighing 5 to 6 tons (depending on the payload) relies on a 6x6 chassis for increased mobility. Its range is up to 500 kilometers thanks to a hybrid diesel engine. Because of the UGV's main mission, the payload consists mostly in weapons: 12.7mm remote weapon station (RWS) as showcased at ADEX 2017, anti-tank missiles or rocket launcher. The UGV has some level of autonomy: In case of datalink loss, it can cruise back to its starting point (or a pre-designated location) on its own. Hanwha will soon test a variant with protective armor to make the UGV even more survivable.
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ADEX 2017: Hyundai Rotem Unveils 8X8 WAV Ambulance Variant



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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض ADEX2017 كوريا الجنوبية   الخميس 19 أكتوبر 2017 - 15:17

The KM-SAM is show publicly for the 1st time at ADEX 2017





The missile with a 40-kilometer range, also called "Cheongung," was developed locally in 2011 to replace the ROK Air Force's (ROKAF) aging batteries of MIM-23 Hawk from the U.S. Each Cheongung battery consists of a multi-function radar, a firing control system, a launch pad, and eight missiles, according to Lee Hee-chul of the ADD. The multi-function radar is capable of detecting and tracing incoming enemy aircraft, identifying friend or foe, and guiding missiles. It can intercept up to six aircraft simultaneously, whereas the Hawk can intercept only one at a time. The Cheongung has a range of up to about 40 km and is aimed at intercepting aircraft flying at an altitude between 10-15 km. It will replace the American-made Hawk, which has been the Air Force's main surface-to-air weapon since 1964.


The Cheongung has a vertical launching system. Once it is launched into air based on a piston system, the missile's rocket motor ignites and the missile is guided by the radar. The missile can change direction quickly and has little chance of being detected by the enemy because it gives off little flare. Equipped with anti-electronic warfare capabilities, the missile system can keep functioning despite electronic jamming maneuvers. The ADD plans to further develop the Cheongung as a PAC-3-level ballistic interceptor missile. It will have to increase the Cheongung's altitude to 30 km and its range to 100-150 km.
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Adex 2017: K21-105 Medium Tank showcased by Hanwha





Following announcement of Hanwha Defense Systems made on June 17 2016 that it has signed a 7.5 million euro (US$ 8.4 million) gun turret supply deal with CMI Defence at the Eurosatory defense exposition. CMI Defence is a Belgium based military equipment maker that specializes in weapons systems for armored vehicles. Under the contract, Hanwha will be supplied with 105 mm gun turret, which will then be used in building light infantry fighting vehicle based on the K21. The K21-based vehicle will be designed solely for export, Hanwha Defense said. Hanwha Defense, formerly known as Doosan DST, has been showcasing infantry fighting vehicles built with CMI Defence products in recent years at international shows to analyze the market. According to Hanwha Defense chief Shin Hyun-woo, the global market has higher demand for infantry fighting vehicles than for tanks. He added that the company plans to combine CMI Defence’s turret with the K21 to design a new model for exports.


The K-21 or NIFV (Next Infantry Fighting Vehicle) was developed in South Korea by Doosan to replace the old KIFV. The K-21, whose development began in late 1999 in the hope of strengthening the Korean military’s combat capability, entered into mass production this year after the operation, evaluation, and testing of pilot products at field sites. Production of the new IFV commenced in 2008 and approximately 900 vehicles are planned to be built. The K-21 is significantly lighter comparing with most modern IFVs, as it was designed using composite materials to save weight wherever possible. The K-21 infantry fighting vehicle has a great degree of advanced high-tech systems used including battle management system, internal navigation, vehicular information systems and identification system which recognizes friend and enemy vehicles.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: متابعة معرض ADEX2017 كوريا الجنوبية   الخميس 19 أكتوبر 2017 - 15:40

ADEX 2017: US Air Force aircraft stealing the show



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IAI and Hankuk Carbon form JV for UAV production in South Korea





The joint company follows the memorandum of agreement entered by the companies in January 2016 and the joint demonstration of the FE Panther held in December 2016 in Korea. KAT is expected to develop and manufacture the next generation VTOL UAV- with an approximate maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of 300~450Kg and in the future may develop and manufacture other VTOL UAVs for both military and civilian applications. It will support the operational needs of its customers while advancing Korean technologies.
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ADEX 2017: Uconsystem's RemoEye-002B delivered to Korean Army





In South Korea, deliveries of RemoEyes-002B were launched in 2015 to front-line infantry units and Marine Corps troops and were completed this year for the tasks of surveilling North Korea's military activities near the border. Uconsystem’s RemoEye-002B is a mini, lightweight UAV. It can be preprogrammed to fly along preselected routes or can be operated in autopilot mode. Its flight mode can be changed during flight. In the Emergency mode, it automatically spirals up to the line of sight for communication recovery or returns home on its own. Remoeye-002B has a max take-off weight of 3.4 kg and an operational range of more than 10 km. 


It is powered by an electrical motor. It is made of light weight composite. It has a wingpsan of 1.8 m and an overall length of 1.44 m. Operated by 1-2 soldiers, the RemoEye-002B has a maximum speed of 80 km/h and an endurance of 60 min. This hand-launched drone can be set up in less than 5 minutes.
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KAI's T-50A trainer jet makes Asia premiere at ADEX 2017





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ADEX 2017: Hanwha's TAipers ATGM completed Critical Design Review





Hanwha's TAipers "Tank Sniper" air-to-surface guided missile completed Critical Design Review, officials from the South Korean major defense company said during ADEX 2017


Hanwha's TAipers will have an effective range of 8 km. It will features a tandem warhead and a dual-mode seeker guidance with charge-coupled device (CCD) seeker for daytime use or an imaging infrared (IIR) seeker for day and night-time use.
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ADEX 2017: New K-X UCAV concept appears





KAI's new UCAV features a jet-powered blended-wing-body design rather similar to the X-47B demonstrator, being developped by Northrop Grumman for the US Navy.


 The K-X concept features increased caracteristics compared to the company's K-UCAV platform. The 7.62m-long UCAV has a 10.5m wingspan, a maximum speed of Mach 0.8, a service ceiling of 12,000 m (40,000ft). KAI didn't detailed the UCAV potential endurance.


 Range is cited as 361km, with maximum take-off weight being 3,910kg. KAI's new UCAV demonstrator made its first public appearance in Jan. 2016 at the kick-off meeting of KF-X aircraft development project, at the KAI Aircraft Development Center in Sachon. KAI launched studies into UCAV demonstrators in 2008 with the K-UCAV.
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ADEX 2017: LIG Nex 1 promoting new KGGB guided bomb





the South Korean defense company LIG Nex 1 is putting the spotlight on its Korean GPS-Guided Bomb (KGGB) precision guided munition. Developed in partnership with the Agency for Defense Development (ADD), LIG Nex1 KGGB air-to-surface smart bomb is being used by the ROKAF since 2014.


KGGB is a mid-range air-to-surface GPS/INS guided bomb system that has improved range and accuracy. When attached to a conventional weapon or guided bomb, it enables the bomb to maneuvers like a glider to engage hiding enemies.


Initial version was improved with US military global positioning system (GPS) technology. The upgrade was expected to compensate for the bomb’s vulnerability to signal jamming.


The development of the Korea GPS-Guided Bomb, which involved over on investment, has succesfully completed after performing compatibility tests that involved five types of aircraft: F-4E, F-15K, KF-16 F-5E, and FA-50.


With the KGGB, the pilot on the ground establishes his mission plan on a computer and saves it in the pilot display unit (DPU), which controls and communicates with the KGGB. In the meantime, technicians assemble and inspect the KGGB before loading it upon an aircraft. The pilot then boards the aircraft and once more checks the KGGB.


The KGGB can be mounted on an aircraft without any modification or revisions to the interface. This is because the pilot carries a portable PDU, which he is using to control the KGGB.
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ADEX 2017: F-35 makes South Korean show debut





South Korea approved a deal to acquire 40 F-35As for about KRW7.3 trillion (USD6.5 billion) to satisfy the country's FX-III future fighter requirement. Contract negotiations have included Seoul’s securing of an agreement from the US government to obtain the technologies needed for its indigenous Korean Fighter Experiment (KFX) programme. Deliveries of the F-35A to the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) will start in 2018.
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ADEX 2017: KAI refining KFX configuration ahead of key milestones





Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is in the process of refining the final configuration of its Korean Fighter Experimental (KFX) aircraft ahead of a number of milestones that are due in the coming months and years
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ADEX 2017: Boeing’s Poseidon takes centre-stage following MSA’s axing





Being showcased at ADEX by the US Navy, the P-8A Poseidon is looking to secure further regional sales in addition to those already chalked up by Australia, India, and New Zealand


Boeing is focusing all of its maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) attentions at this year’s International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition (ADEX) in Seoul on its P-8A Poseidon maritime multimission aircraft (MMA), following the company decision earlier this year to axe its smaller Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) stablemate. With the US Navy (USN) showcasing one of its Poseidons at the event taking place from 17 to 22 October at Seoul Air Base, Boeing will be looking to attract regional interest in the airliner-based MMA after it revealed in June that it cancelled its business jet-based MSA due to a lack of customer interest. The cancellation of the MSA some five years after it was launched in mid-2012 is particularly significant for the Asia-Pacific market that is the focus of the ADEX event. The MSA was showcased at the biennial event in 2015, and the securing of regional sales was one of the main objectives for the platform.


 Based on the Bombardier Challenger 605 business jet, the MSA was equipped with many of the systems of its larger P-8A brethren. Other than the size differential between the MSA and the P-8A and the obvious differences that this brings in terms of capacity, range, endurance, payloads, and so forth, the key distinction between the two Boeing products, was that the Poseidon is a fully weaponised aircraft for both the anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) roles, while the MSA was not equipped with offensive weaponry of any kind.


 Boeing was marketing the aircraft chiefly to those countries that have a requirement to conduct missions such as counterpiracy operations, exclusive economic zone enforcement, immigration patrol, coastal and border security, and long-range search-and-rescue (SAR).
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ADEX 2017: Cobham gains more work on KF-X programme


Cobham announced on 17 October that it had been awarded a contract from South Korea’s Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) for the design and supply of a conformal antenna suite for the KAI Korean Fighter – Experimental (KF-X) programme. According to Cobham, the conformal antenna suite will offer the full range of communication, navigation, and identification functionality for the aircraft in a configuration that minimises drag, helps to improve aerodynamics, and reduce lifecycle costs.
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ADEX 2017: Saab touts GlobalEye and Swordfish for anticipated South Korean requirements





Saab is promoting its GlobalEye airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) and Swordfish maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) for separate requirements that it expects to be issued by the South Korean government.


Briefing at the Seoul International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition (ADEX) 2017, company officials noted how the two business jet-based solutions would suit the South Korean’s needs and offer a superior capability at a reduced acquisition and sustainment cost.


“There is a P-8-class [MPA] procurement rumour for Korea. We believe that this will be an FMS [Foreign Military Sales] deal with a particular supplier in mind, but we are strong enough to meet the requirements [with the Swordfish] and would happily participate is asked,” said Martin Malmfors, Head of Marketing and Sales, South Korea. “The GlobalEye could work for Korea as it looks to boost [AEW&C] numbers. The Swordfish and GlobalEye are the value propositions.”


In terms of potential timelines for both the anticipated MPA and AEW&C requirements, Malmfors was unable to say when either might be formalised with a request for proposals. “We know there are requirements, but when they will happen we don’t yet know,” He said. Both the GlobalEye and Swordfish are hosted on the Bombardier Global 6000 business jet, sharing 70% commonality in structures and systems.


The GlobalEye is built around the Saab S-band (2 to 4 GHz) Erieye Extended Range (ER) radar, and while the company has kept the external dorsal fin configuration it has fitted it with completely new and largely undisclosed technology. Saab said that the Erieye ER was resistant to jamming, and featured a doubling of the radar’s power efficiency compared with previous Erieye iterations.
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MADEX 2017: Hyundai Heavy Industries Unveils HTD-5500 Large Training Ship Design for ROK Navy














The vessel is fitted with two naval guns a systems: A Hyundai Wia 76mm main gun forward and a 40mm secondary gun on top of the helicopter hangar. There is also provision space for a number of K-VLS vertical launch systems aft (but the vessel will not be delivered with VLS). The vessel is also set to be fitted with chaff launchers, torpedo launchers and electronic warfare systems (ECM/ESM) and a hull mounter sonar.




Stern doors and ramps allow for the easy launch and recovery of RHIBs. There is also a deck and hangar for a medium size helicopter.



The vessel features dual compartments for all major systems such as two CICs, two engineering compartments and even two bridges as can be seen on the model. The crew complement will be around 150 sailors.




While the vessel will be used for crew training of ROK Navy cadets (in their third year of training), the vessel will be able to conduct maritime security missions if needed.




HHI entered detailed design for the vessel this year.

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MADEX 2017: LIG Nex1 PKX-B 130mm Guided Rocket Launcher to Counter Swarm Attacks














At MADEX 2017, the International Maritime Defense Industry Exhibition currently held in Busan, South Korea, LIG Nex1 and Hanwha are showcasing for the first time in public the 130mm guided rocket launcher of the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy) PKX-B


Hanwha is in charge of the launcher and its control unit while LIG Nex1 designed the rocket. Both companies cooperated with South Korea's agency for defense development (ADD). The system was specifically design to counter swarming attacks of DPRK Navy (North Korea) fast attack crafts and hovercrafts.



Talking to Navy Recognition at MADEX 2017, a LIG Nex1 representative (and former ROK Navy captain) explained that this launcher combined with the 130mm guided rocket gives precision strike capability to the ROK Navy small surface combatants.




The launcher has 12 canister each containing one guided rocket. The 130mm rocket has a maximum range of over 20 Km and minimum range of 3 Km. The rocket weighs over 80 Kg (including the 8Kg warhead).




The mid course guidance of the rocket is GPS + INS + data uplink and the terminal guidance is IIR homing. The system fitted aboard the PKX-B can engage over 3 targets simultaneously according to LIG Nex1



The PKX-B Batch I class is a 200-ton high-speed fast attack craft that replaces the aging Chamsuri-class of patrol vessels. The vessel is 44.7 meters in length. Its speed is 35 to 40 knots. It is powered by GE 6,000 shp LM 500 gas-turbine and Caterpillar Marine's Cat C32 diesel engines in a combined diesel and gas (CODAG) configuration.




Weapons include the 130mm guided rockets launcher at the stern by LIG Nex1, a 76mm gun by Hyundai Wia, K-6 remote fire control system, and Korean combat management system. Reflecting the lessons learned from the 1st and 2nd Yeonpyeong naval battle, DAPA and ROK Navy strengthened the firepower, accuracy, and survivability of these vessels. Crew complement is 20 sailors.



South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has announced that it has entered into a contract with South Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) on June 28 for the construction of additional 'B' variants of the Patrol Killer Experimental (PKX) fast attack craft. 




The 5th to 8th ships are scheduled to be delivered to the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy) by 2020 after three to four months of trials. In the meantime, the lead (No. 1) PKX-B will be commissioned in the ROK Navy by the end of this year. It was launched on 28 July at HHIC's shipyard in Busan in July 2016. The 2nd to 4th ships will be delivered to the ROK Navy by the end of 2019 .




The contract for ships 9th to 12th Boat will be awarded in early 2018 in order to stimulate the recent slowdown in the Korean shipbuilding industry.

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