Limonest. Metravib Defence introduces new add-on features such as Medium & Big calibers detection and multiple applications of interoperability between equipment in duty for improving the effectiveness of operators in their mission to achieve world peace.
Acoustic gunshot detection, collaborative protection, interoperability and vehicle survivability are the main activities that Metravib Defence will showcase during Eurosatory 2022.
For more than 30 years, we have been designing and manufacturing a superior range of innovative, technology-driven & combat proven products and providing high quality services for an advanced situational awareness and a greater force protection in more than thirty countries.
Based on that strong foundation, Metravib Defence is one iconic global brand, and acknowledged defence industry leader as a trusted data fusion solution provider and partner delivering unrivaled, interoperable AI-powered sensors & ecosystems for maximizing the infovalorization & digitalization of the battlefield and that empower our customers to make enlightened decisions based on accurate and vital data for improving operational capabilities.
At the heart of the infovalorization and digitalization of the battlefield
Propelled by the French Army’s Scorpion program, acoustic detection is establishing itself as a central technology for collaborative defense. Metravib Defence, the inventor of acoustic gunshot detection and supplier of acoustic localization systems for “Griffon” VBMR and “Serval” (multi-role armored vehicles) and “Jaguar” EBRC (armored reconnaissance and combat vehicles), fits perfectly into this new operational approach, by offering solutions to exploit, fuse and share data from theatres of operation.
PILAR V is the essential sensor in the vetronics enhancing situational awareness. Its unique and innovative architecture allows interoperability with the SICS Battlefield Management System, which shares data between “connected” vehicles in order to maximize the infovalorization and digitalization of the battlefield.
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