Land Forces 2022: End of Show Roundup
4 to 6 October 2022
The EOS team had a big three days at Land Forces 2022, an international industry event to showcase equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific. We were proud to showcase our family of lethality solutions to Australian Army and the many visiting international delegations.
EOS’ integration capabilities and versatility across effectors and platforms enables customers to address any threat on the modern battlefield with applications including C-UAS, unmanned ground vehicles, anti-tank guided missiles and surface to air missiles.
The ultra lightweight R150S remote weapon station is fully stabilised, highly accurate and designed for 5.56mm, 7.62mm and 12.7mm calibre weapons.
The R400S can be configured as a single or dual weapon system to operate a variety of weapons ranging from a M240B to a 30x113mm cannon.
Seamless integration of command and control, radar detection, tracking, target selection and real-time allocation of a kinetic weapon or directed energy.
C4 EDGE – THE NEXT PHASE
A highlight of the conference was Matt Jones‘ Land Forces Hub presentation, “C4 EDGE – the NEXT Phase“. C4 EDGE as an Australian first, leveraged the expertise and cutting-edge technologies across 31 industry team members, its aim to provide Army an understanding of Australian’s industry readiness to contribute to future major acquisition programs by seeking to deliver world class, technologically competitive sovereign C4 capabilities.
The consortium led by EOS Defence Systems successfully demonstrated the C4EDGE sovereign Battlegroup and Below Battlefield Command System prototype to the Australian Army in December 2021.
“C4 EDGE has moved the Australian industry needle on the dial closer to more support and exploit the capability that already exists in Australian industry to support the ADF”, said Matt Jones, Executive Vice President, Defence Systems . “I can’t say we’ve won the battle but the success of C4 EDGE has demonstrated and built more trust into how the department thinks about what Australian industry can actually offer.”