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Ukraine to receive automated reconnaissance systems from Rheinmetall - News

March 01, 2023

DUSSELDORF, Germany. Rheinmetall will supply Ukraine with automated reconnaissance systems for monitoring large areas of terrain under a new contract, the company announced in a statement.


Oerlikon software-defined, multi-mission radar unveiled by Rheinmetall - News

April 05, 2022

ROME, Italy. Rheinmetall has unveiled the Oerlikon AMMR, the company's latest radar system. The Oerlikon AESA Multi-Mission Radar (AMMR) was developed at Rheinmetall Italia in Rome. Officials claim that the new radar is now ready for series production.


Open architecture vehicle concept selected for Army program - News

July 27, 2021

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. The U.S. Army has awarded American Rheinmetall Vehicles a developmental contract for the Phase 2 Digital Design of the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) program.


Laser modules to be supplied to Portuguese Army - News

May 28, 2021

PORTUGAL. The Portuguese Army has awarded Rheinmetall an order for 1,500 LM-LowProfile laser modules. The contract, booked back in October 2020, calls for delivery of the devices in three lots. Delivery is to be complete by the third quarter of 2021. In carrying out the order, Rheinmetall is cooperating closely with its local sales partner, NT Group Portugal.


StrikeShield sensor-enabled countermeasure system to equip Lynx IFV - News

May 24, 2021

HUNGARY. The 209 new Lynx infantry fighting vehicles recently ordered by Hungary from Rheinmetall of Germany will be equipped with Rheinmetall’s StrikeShield hard-kill active protection system (APS). Hungary is the latest customer for this technology, which has formed part of the Rheinmetall portfolio since 2006.


Intelligent infantry fighting vehicle to replace Bradley fleet in 2028 - News

March 16, 2021

WALTHAM, Mass. Raytheon Technologies and American Rheinmetall Vehicles announced that the companies are developing an infantry fighting vehicle that can conduct close-combat operations, survive modern threats like anti-tank guided missiles and cyber attacks, and use artificial intelligence (AI) to aid decision making. 


High-energy laser system in development with Rheinmetall and MBDA - News

February 01, 2021

GERMANY. Germany’s Federal Office for Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) has awarded a consortium, or ARGE, consisting of MBDA Deutschland GmbH and Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH a contract to fabricate, integrate, and support testing of a laser weapon demonstrator in the maritime environment.