BAE Methods is showcasing its newest CV90 infantry combating automobile with the brand new D-series turret at Defence and Safety Tools Worldwide (DSEI) on Sept. 14-17. Lately chosen by the Royal Netherlands Military as a part of an intensive $500 million mid-life improve program for the CV9035NL, the brand new turret configuration can also be included within the CV90 MkIV supply for the Czech Republic. That is the primary time the upgraded digital turret has been unveiled and represents a leap ahead in design and performance. Developed by BAE Methods Hägglunds in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, the turret on show at DSEI is a 50mm gun. The primary weapon place is modified to supply even higher automobile stability and allow new methods to introduce quite a lot of weaponry for elevated lethality.

“We’re extraordinarily proud to show the brand new D-series turret at DSEI to display the newest know-how on the combat-proven CV90 platform,” mentioned Tommy Gustafsson-Rask, managing director of BAE Methods Hägglunds. “The brand new turret configuration gives CV90 crews with improved safety and elevated fight effectivity. It represents our continued dedication to delivering probably the most trendy, superior Infantry Combating Automobile that meets our clients’ necessities now and sooner or later.”


It additionally affords vital ergonomic enhancements to profit the automobile’s crew. The improved turret design is constructed on years of combat-proven expertise, steady automobile enhancements, and information evaluation from the CV90 Person Membership – the seven nations presently working CV90 fleets. The CV90 can also be geared up with Elbit Methods’ Iron Fist Lively Safety System resolution and an built-in, Rafael Superior Protection Methods’ SPIKE-LR long-range anti-tank guided missile. Different vital enhancements embody the newest technology of sensors, Synthetic Intelligence and Augmented Actuality software program to extend the CV90s multi-domain capabilities on the battlefield.

BAE Methods’ DSEI exhibit additionally options the armoured, articulated, all-terrain BvS10, operated in the present day by Austria, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the UK. The platform builds on BAE Methods’ legacy Bv206 autos, of which greater than 10,000 have been offered to over 40 international locations. The BvS10 can traverse rock, mountain, snow, swamp, and function in Arctic environments. Its amphibious functionality permits it to seamlessly transition to swimming. The automobile’s versatile and modular design accommodates altering mission necessities, together with superior battle administration. Earlier this 12 months, the Swedish Military ordered a further 127 new BvS10s so as to add to its present fleet for command and management in addition to logistics autos.