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« em: Julho 09, 2019, 06:22:48 pm »
Favor ler págs 16 a 18, os substitutos dos pinzgauer e do NZLAV para um futuro muito próximo bem como a aquisição de outro tipo de VBR, a caminho.
Prevista a substituição das ATGM, Javelin pelo famoso spike, e o reforço do efectivo das forças terrestres em 1500 elementos!

http://defencetechnologyreview.realviewdigital.com/#folio=16










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« Responder #1 em: Julho 09, 2020, 05:32:51 pm »
Wellington approves purchase of 43 Bushmasters for New Zealand Army

New Zealand’s coalition government announced on 8 July that it has approved the NZD102.9 million (USD67.5 million) procurement of 43 Thales Australia Bushmaster 4×4 Protected Mobility Vehicles to replace the New Zealand Army’s armoured Pinzgauer Light Operational Vehicles (LOVs).

The new fleet of Australian-designed and-built Bushmasters will provide “better protection for personnel and improved carrying capacity”, said Defence Minister Ron Mark, pointing out that the approved funding will deliver “the vehicles, along with training, a desktop simulator, support equipment and infrastructure upgrades at Linton Camp”.

Delivery of the multirole vehicles is expected to start in late 2022, with the full fleet scheduled to begin operational introduction in late 2023.

“The age and lack of protection offered by the old fleet [of armoured Pinzgauers] make this another investment in New Zealand Defence Force capability that must be made in order to protect our service people,” said Mark.


A Royal Netherlands Army Bushmaster vehicle in Afghanistan fitted with an EOS R400 remote weapon station. Wellington announced on 8 July that it approved the acquisition of 43 Bushmasters to replace the New Zealand Army’s armoured Pinzgauer LOVs. (Royal Netherlands Army)

The need to replace the army’s fleet of ageing land vehicles had been outlined in the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD’s) Defence Capability Plan 2019, with the armoured Pinzgauer highlighted as a vehicle type reaching the end of its operational life and prioritised for replacement.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/wellington-approves-purchase-of-43-bushmasters-for-new-zealand-army

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« Responder #2 em: Agosto 15, 2021, 07:28:41 pm »
NZDF SEEKS EW IMPROVEMENTS

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has started its search for new land electronic warfare (EW) systems to enhance Army capabilities.


New EW equipment is required across the entire spectrum of NZDF ground equipment to ensure robust capability for future conflict. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

In a Registration of Interest (ROI) document released on 11 August, the NZDF called for new capabilities, including an EW battle management system (BMS); electronic support measures (ESM); a spectrum survey system; and an introductory electronic attack (EA) capability.

The deadline for company registration is on 2 September with a down-select for recipients of the closed RFP to be decided on 7 October. The RFP itself is due to be released around November 2021, with contract award in mid-2022 and final delivery expected within 18 months.

The NZDF is open to contracting more than one supplier for this equipment, with an estimated contract value of NZ$6 million (€3.6 million).

According to the ROI, the systems must be “tailorable, scalable and able to support simultaneous deployments.” They will equip the NZ Army’s Light Electronic Warfare Teams (LEWT), which include an EW Command Post (EWCP), tactical Collection Elements (CEs) and Electronic Effects Teams (EETs).

The ROI explained that the CEs provide situational awareness and threat indications to the commanders, whilst EETs are used to direct electromagnetic energy to “deceive, degrade, neutralise or disrupt adversary capability.” The EWCP conducts C2 of both the CE and EET and provides a processing exploitation and dissemination (PED) function for the EW data collected.

The BMS must be able to manage operations, support a mixed fleet of EW systems, view and analyse data and be compatible with Joint Interface Control Document version 4.2.x (JICD4.2x). It must also be integrated with the NZDF’s Sitaware BMS from Systematic and the Mobile Tactical Command System (MTCS) family of radios from L-3Harris.

Using a variety of electronic sensors, the ESM must be able to detect, identify and process signals of interest for geo-location and targeting. It needs to be available in mounted and dismounted variants and use an JIDC4.2x open architecture to allow integration into the NZ Army’s Land Tactical Information Network and EW BMS.

EW capability in the NZ Army is currently limited or non-existent and this acquisition effort, undertaken with the ISREW project, part of the Network Enabled Army (NEA) programme, aims to replace existing capabilities and introduce new ones.

The EWCP and CE require a man-portable spectrum survey system for electronic reconnaissance of the operating environment, and to provide analysis and classification of waveforms. Meanwhile, the EA system will be used to direct electromagnetic energy to jam, degrade and disrupt or neutralise enemy electronic capabilities.

https://www.monch.com/mpg/news/ew-c4i-channel/8887-nzdf-seeks-ew-improvements.html

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