Defence company seeks partner for high-tech protection system
August 10, 2013 Editor 0
South African Defence company Saab Grintek Defence, with its Swedish parent group, Saab, is actively seeking a partner to complete the development of its cutting edge Land Electronic Defence System 150 (Leds-150) active protection (self-defence) system for armoured vehicles. The Leds-150 detects incoming anti-armour missiles, rockets and other projectiles and launches a small interceptor missile that destroys the incoming weapons before they reach the vehicle.
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