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Tag Archives: Rheinmetall
Rheinmetall Seeks Dominance of Laser Aiming Market With Its Introduction of the Vario-Ray LowProfile Series
Düsseldorf, 06.12.2017 (PresseBox) – Rheinmetall is introducing the latest version of the cutting-edge Vario-Ray LowProfile to the US market.The latest version of Rheinmetall’s Vario-Ray LowProfile (VR-LP) is a compact laser aiming and illuminating device that was designed and developed by … Continue reading →
British Medical Services Brings A Higher Level Of Realism Rheinmetall Air Defense Systems High Energy Laser French Defense Contractor ACOEM offers a shot detection system integrated into the company’s PILAR technology. PILAR is available in vehicle mounted, air mounted … Continue reading →
Rheinmetall has introduce the Vario-Ray (LLM-VR) weapon aiming system and illuminator. The system employs a co-axial visible and IR laser aiming module; once the visible laser is dialed in the IR laser is also aligned. It attaches to any small … Continue reading →
Gladius Soldier System, formerly known as Infanterist der Zukunft (IdZ 2) was developed by Düsseldorf’s Rheinmetall Group. The system integrates command and control (C2) mobility, soldier, weapons and weapon accessories into a seamless and networkable fabric. Gladius has been in … Continue reading →
Industrial Laser Electronics and Engineering (I.L.E.E.) AG Has Announced cFL-02 Mk2™ / Laser & Light Module For Weaver Mount.
I.L.E.E. founded in 1977 and now part of Rheinmetall Defence, has announced cFL-02 Mk2™ / Laser & Light Module designed for mounting on Weaver rails. Weaver rails are found on many pistols. The cFL-02 Mk2™ is a further refinement of the cFL-02™. … Continue reading →
Rheinmetall AG announced today that its active shooter detection system is ready for prime time. If it proves to be reliable, the new detection system will add another level of security to the FOB as well as mechanized and foot … Continue reading →