After a very successful appearance at last year’s Enforce Tac, Elbit Systems Deutschland (ESDE) will once again be present as an exhibitor in Nuremberg in 2023. But this year, the signs are clearly set for expansion.
Enforce Tac in Nuremberg remains one of the so-called must-attend events in the German-speaking world when it comes to equipment, armament and protection for police, security forces and the military. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent declared German turnaround, the event has gained further importance and offers national as well as international companies an opportunity to show their performance and product portfolio and, in particular, to present new products.
Elbit Systems Germany, which is currently also expanding spatially and moving into a second company building in Ulm, will continue last year’s successful presence in Nuremberg and will be waiting with an expanded portfolio in 2023. Due to the strong increase in demand, the competence center for HF/VHF radio solutions will also show various products that have been developed by the parent company in Israel and are already ready for use. These include the powerful Rattler XR laser designator, which is equipped with state-of-the-art functions and can be used in multinational missions without any problems thanks to its open-system software architecture.
ARCAS, which trade visitors were able to experience for the first time as a German premiere at Enforce Tac 2022, has lost none of its fascination to this day and will once again be on site in Nuremberg. It provides the individual shooter with all relevant data on the weapon via augmented reality and significantly increases effectiveness in the mission through automated object recognition, AI-supported fire control and processing of important data for higher-level systems.
The field of aerial reconnaissance will come into sharper focus in 2023 and will also be presented to visitors at the ESDE booth in the form of the Skylark tactical UAS. The Skylark is already in use by various armed forces and offers military units and law enforcement forces the possibility of unnoticed electro-optical long-range reconnaissance from the air, for example for area monitoring, locating of enemy forces or for camp protection.
In addition, the Ulm-based specialists from ESDE will be exhibiting the all-new Personal Detection System at Enforce Tac 2023 as a supplement to the soldier’s equipment, various communications and electro-optical systems, as well as other state-of-the-art and market-available solutions, which should be reason enough for the expert audience from politics, the military, police and security forces to obtain information there in the context of current and future procurement projects.