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L’Agence de l’innovation de défense, rattachée au Délégué général pour l’armement, est officiellement créée à compter du 1er septembre 2018. Cette agence est l’acteur central de la nouvelle stratégie d’innovation du ministère des armées : « Elle va rassembler tous les acteurs du ministère et tous les programmes qui concourent à l’innovation de défense. Elle sera le phare de l’innovation du ministère, ouverte sur l’extérieur. Elle sera tournée vers l’Europe, visible à l’international. Elle permettra l’expérimentation, en boucle courte avec les utilisateurs opérationnels. » a déclaré Florence Parly, ministre des Armées, le 28 août à l’université d’été du MEDEF.

En outre, Florence Parly, en concertation avec Joël Barre, Délégué général pour l’armement, a nommé Emmanuel Chiva au poste de directeur de l’Agence de l’innovation de défense à compter du 1er septembre 2018.

Agé de 49 ans, Emmanuel Chiva travaille depuis plus de 20 ans dans les domaines de l’intelligence artificielle et de la simulation militaire. Il était jusqu’alors directeur général adjoint en charge de la stratégie et du développement de la société AGUERIS, spécialisée dans la simulation opérationnelle et l’entraînement pour les systèmes d’armes.

Ancien élève de l’École Normale Supérieure, Emmanuel Chiva est docteur en biomathématiques avec une spécialisation en intelligence artificielle et dans le domaine des systèmes complexes et du biomimétisme. Auditeur de la 49e session nationale « Armement & Economie de Défense » de l’IHEDN, il est également officier de réserve de la Marine nationale.

Florence Parly a salué cette nomination en déclarant : « C’est l’homme de la situation : il connaît la défense, il connaît l’entreprise, il connaît l’innovation et possède une inépuisable envie d’entreprendre. Sa nomination illustre parfaitement ma vision de l’innovation de défense : ouverte sur la recherche et l’économie civile, pour qui l’entreprenariat n’est pas un concept mais une réalité. »



 

Création de l’Agence de l’innovation de défense et nomination d’Emmanuel Chiva au poste de directeur

MSPO 2018

Rafael unveils

SPIKE ER2

MSPO 2018

Rafael unveils:

SPIKE ER2

 

5th Generation Extended Range Missile for Tactical Overmatch in Ground Maneuver, Rotary Dominance & Naval Deterrence

 

SPIKE ER2 will be competing as the armament of choice for the German Tiger program, as well as for the Polish Army both a surface-to-surface vehicle-mounted standoff precision guided missile (PGM) and as rotary PGM for the upgraded MI24 and Sokol helicopters

 

September 2018 – Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. announces SPIKE ER2, a 5th Generation Extended Range missile, designed to enable Joint 5th generation tactical overmatch for ground maneuver, Rotary dominance & naval deterrence.

 

The new missile, which will be unveiled at MSPO 2018 in Kielce, Poland, features a number of new capabilities, and a combination of greater standoff range of up to 10 km for surface launch, and 16 km when fired from a helicopter, NLOS engagement capabilities (launch to grid coordinate), while retaining the SPIKE legacy of relatively light weight (less than 34kg) and high lethality. All these constitute significant differentiating factors for the market of precision-guided missiles.

 

The SPIKE ER2 is part of the legacy of the wider SPIKE Missile family, which has evolved into one of the most combat-proven missiles, integrated to more than 45 platforms, in use by 30 nations, with over 30,000 missiles already supplied and 5000 missiles fired.

 

The SPIKE ER (Extended Range) variant, which has now been upgraded to SPIKE ER2, is the middle member of the family, with a range of 8 km, and a vast platform portfolio, including the Spanish Army aviation Tiger helicopter, the Colombian Air Force Blackhawk, the Italian AW129 Mangusta, the Romanian Super Puma helicopter, the Super Cobra, and many different types of ground vehicles and naval vessels.

 

The SPIKE ER2 includes a new RF datalink variant to maximize the missile’s energetic range for enhanced stand-off launch from rotary platforms, enabling its 16km range. It also contains a modern advanced seeker with high resolution IR and day sensors for extended range target acquisition, and a multispectral target tracker, enabling sensory data fusion - an important feature in the smoky environments of today's battlefields. The missile also has a special maritime target tracker which can sustain target lock-on in the maritime environment.

Rafael is designating the SPIKE ER2 for the German Tiger Program, leveraging the integration of the SPIKE ER to the Spanish Tiger. The built-in compatibility of the SPIKE ER2 to the existing launcher will essentially enable a plug-and-play solution with no risk of integration, at a low cost.

 

The SPIKE ER2 will also be offered to Polish Army as both a surface-to-surface vehicle-mounted standoff precision guided missile (PGM), as well as rotary PGM for the upgraded MI24 and Sokol helicopters.

 

The SPIKE ER2 seeker was designed for the modern battle arena enabling "hotswap" capabilities of sensory swap between IR to day midflight (ideal for detection of camouflaged targets). In addition, SPIKE ER2 has network connectivity and Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) engagement capabilities, including an embedded IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) for missions of third party target allocation, allowing the firing of the missile to NLOS grid target coordinates.

 

The missile’s enhanced lethality consists of a combination of very high precision (regardless of the range), a very high angle of attack and advanced warheads, making the lethality of the SPIKE ER2 unmatched. Its advanced Tandem HEAT warhead has armor penetration capabilities of all known MBT's and embedded anti-structure capabilities. A Penetration, Blast and Fragmentation (PBF) Warhead (anti-fortification/anti-ship) option is also available.

 

SPIKE ER2 has built-in, risk-free integration and compatibility to all SPIKE missile family legacy launchers, requiring only software update, for rapid fielding.

Iveco Defence Vehicles delivers the hundredth Trakker GTF 8x8 to theBundeswehr

Iveco Defence Vehicles delivers the hundredth Trakker GTF 8x8 to the
Bundeswehr
With its latest generation of tactical military trucks, CNH Industrial subsidiary Iveco Defence Vehicles
is reconfirmed as a privileged supplier for the German Armed Forces.
Ulm, September 4th, 2018
The 100th Trakker of a total order of some 133 tactical military trucks has been delivered by Iveco
Defence Vehicles to the German Bundeswehr, the German Armed Forces - represented by
BAAINBw (Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service
Support). The handover ceremony was held at the Iveco Defence Vehicles’ site in Germany, Ulm,
attended by military and Ministry of Defence representatives as well as industrial partners.
The 133 tactical military trucks, which are renowned for their high mobility capabilities and
outstanding protection level, belong to a contract signed in 2015 as part of the German Army GTF
(Geschützte Transportfahrzeuge) procurement programme, with delivery over four years.
The vehicles are equipped with a protected cab, which currently offers the highest levels of ballistic,
mine and IED protection in five different configurations, including various types of ISO-containertransport
body work, some with hydraulic crane and winch systems.
“This 100th vehicle seals the already strong relationship between Iveco Defence Vehicles and the
German MoD, one of our most important customers”, commented Vincenzo Giannelli, President &
CEO of Iveco Defence Vehicles. “We are proud to continue providing best-in-class solutions to
current and future requirements of the German Armed Forces, on the basis of a solid mutual trust
and satisfaction built over the years through our German branch, which continues to stand out for the
quality of services rendered to the customer”.
Over the last decade, the company has delivered nearly 1,000 vehicles to the German Army from its
wide product range, which have already been extensively fielded in operational areas such as
Afghanistan and Mali. Recent contract awards with the Bundeswehr also include 280 Eurocargo 4x4
trucks to be delivered in 2018.

Iveco Defence Vehicles is a brand of CNH Industrial N.V., a World leader in Capital Goods listed on the New York
Stock Exchange (NYSE: CNHI) and on the Mercato Telematico Azionario of the Borsa Italiana (MI: CNHI). Iveco
Defence Vehicles is dedicated to delivering innovative automotive and protection solutions to meet the needs of military
customers worldwide. The company manufactures specialist logistic, protected and armoured vehicles in its facility in
Bolzano in Northern Italy, as well as marketing Iveco’s full commercial range, adapted as necessary to meet the
demands of the military user. In consequence, Iveco Defence Vehicles has a full range of vehicles to meet a broad
spectrum of defence applications.
CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) is a global leader in the capital goods sector with established industrial
experience, a wide range of products and a worldwide presence. Each of the individual brands belonging to the
Company is a major international force in its specific industrial sector: Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and Steyr for
tractors and agricultural machinery; Case and New Holland Construction for earth moving equipment; Iveco for
commercial vehicles; Iveco Bus and Heuliez Bus for buses and coaches; Iveco Astra for quarry and construction
vehicles; Magirus for firefighting vehicles; Iveco Defence Vehicles for defence and civil protection; and FPT Industrial for
engines and transmissions. More information can be found on the corporate website: www.cnhindustrial.com

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