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Textron publicly unveils Next Generation Squad Weapon prototypes.

Textron publicly unveils Next Generation Squad Weapon prototypes.

Diversified manufacturer Textron showcased prototypes of the Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW) in public for the first time during the 2019 Maneuver Warfighter Conference at the Maneuver Center of Excellence.

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U.S. formally approves sale of F-35 fifth-generation fighters to Poland.

U.S. formally approves sale of F-35 fifth-generation fighters to Poland.

The U.S. State Department has approved a potential foreign military sale of 32 F-35 fifth-generation fighters to Poland, the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on 11 September.

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U.S. Army paratroopers receive state-of-the-art network communication equipment.

U.S. Army paratroopers receive state-of-the-art network communication equipment.

U.S. Army Paratroopers assigned to the 173rd Airborne Brigade has received of its newest high-speed and high-capacity Point of Presence (PoP) and Soldier Network Extension (SNE), or PoP/SNE, tactical communication…

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BAE Systems Australia to develop autonomous version of M113 APC

BAE Systems Australia to develop autonomous version of M113 APC

BAE Systems is working with the Australian Army to bring autonomous vehicles on the battlefield to deliver improved capabilities. The demonstration project aims to enhance the use of autonomous platforms…

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391 Million Dirhams Worth of deals, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, The Ministry of Interior and the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters have signed AED 391,122,304 worth of contracts on the second day of the International Conference for Security and National Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2016). The announcement was made by Major General Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior and Deputy Chairman of the Higher Organizing Committee of ISNR Abu Dhabi 2016.

Major General Al Raisi noted that the contracts were signed upon the directives of Lt. General HH Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, to acquire the best technological security devices, equipment and vehicles, and to seek qualified personnel and training services to promote the skills of the MoI staff members according to the best international standards.

Major General Al Raisi said that the MoI, represented by the General Directorate of the Federal Criminal Police, signed 5 contracts to purchase handling, detection and specialized security vehicles, for a total value of AED 26,106,574. The most prominent contracts are as follows: a 12,428,147 AED worth contract with Al Hamra Trading Est.; a 9,487,110 AED worth contract with Eye ON Technology ; a 1,846,489 AED worth contract with International Golden Group; a 1,742,828 AED worth contract with GulfNet Security Systems Company LLC ; and a 602,000 AED worth contract with Qartaja Trading Est.

Major General Al Raisi added that the MoI also signed 4 supply contracts for a total value of 231,697,342 AED, notably a contract to supply, install and operate tools, equipment, software, training, and maintenance of e-Ports projects with Electronic Identity Management and Security Solution (EIMASS) worth 187,800,342 AED; two contracts with Atlas Communication worth 43,897,000 to supply, install, and operate the main station, base stations of Tetra System, with the training; and to supply, install, and operate visual communications network (LTE) and supply wireless devices. The MoI also signed a contract with Bin Salmeen Computers and Office Supplies, worth 6,494,455 AED to supply, install, and operate CCTV cameras on the digital network system.

According to Major General Al Raisi, the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters announced the signing of 11 contracts, for a total value of 127,318,388 AED. The contracts are as follows: four contracts with Electronic Identity Management and Security Solution (EIMASS); one to separate the MoI’s and Emirates Identity Authority (EIAD) fingerprint databases; two contracts for the iris recognition devices maintenance and technical support for central and supporting locations; one contract to implement a new system to connect all operating systems in the country’s different ports, for a total value of 44,683,694 AED. The Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters signed three contracts with Emirates Solutions for Integrated Security (ESIS), to design, and supply three GIS mobile labs, and provide technical support and software for the operations rooms’ systems (IDS, STORM), as well as providing consultancy services in the field of security GIS systems worth 36,272,159 AED; and two contracts with Atlas Communications to renovate the wireless network (Tetra) worth 19,158,948 AED; and a contract with Emirates Photo Marketing, Abu Dhabi Branch, to supply the ink for the driving licenses and registrations for the Federal Traffic and Licensing system, worth 5,074,460 AED.

The press conference was attended by Brigadier Saeed Saif Al Nuaimi, Deputy Director of Finance and Services at the Abu Dhabi Police; Brigadier Jassem Al Mansouri, from the office of Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior; and Colonel Abdulla Al Masood Al Issaei, from Abu Dhabi Police.

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