NAVAL REMOTE WEAPON STATION AT THE EURONAVAL ONLINE

Belgium-based designer and manufacturer of small caliber weapons and associated weapon systems and ammunition FN Herstal will attend EURONAVAL online, from today to 25 October.

Combat-proven Sea deFNder® Remote Weapon Station

Based on its long-standing expertise in firearms and more recent integrated electronics, optoelectronics, software and power-drive technologies, FN Herstal designs, develops, manufactures and ensures perfect integration of high-grade remote weapon stations of the deFNder® series.

With the deFNder® Medium – dedicated to land operations – as a basis, FN Herstal proposes the Sea deFNder® Remote Weapon Station for maritime applications to counter current and emerging asymmetric threats from any naval platform including USV.

The deFNder® is based on a standardized open architecture allowing integration with Combat Management System (CMS), external sensors as well as third party equipment. The open architecture makes it possible to control several deFNder® stations from one single (or more) C2 system and opens the door to collaborative combat of networked deFNder®.

The Sea deFNder® comes standard with a large number of advanced features, and is compatible with an extensive range of customer-specified options and accessories to meet today’s operational requirements.

With its Sea deFNder®, FN Herstal provides customers – end users and OEMs – with small caliber turret systems of their choice.

Sea mounted weapon solutions

In addition to naval Remote Weapon Stations, FN Herstal provides a range of ergonomic, mechanical pintle-mounted weapon systems featuring any FN® machine guns, including the .50 cal FN® M3M (worldwide exclusivity) and FN® M2HB-QCB.

As part of its one-stop shop service commitment, FN Herstal manages the installation of its products onto new or in-service platforms, offers operator training and provides integrated logistics support throughout the entire product life cycle.

Join the upcoming EURONAVAL 2020 online and discover our naval applications.

 

Issued on October 19, 2020