The Boxer armoured transport vehicle is being produced under a bi-national programme. Highly mobile, it is a state-of-the-art wheeled vehicle whose modular design permits a wide variety of mission-specific configurations.
The requirements of navies have changed dramatically over the past few decades with regard to how their ships are equipped. The portfolio for the seafaring sections of armed forces was expanded further in 2012.
Turret systems such as LANCE are already prepared for the challenges of coming decades. The technical variability of LANCE is almost limitless.
As the most advanced and effective system of its type in the world, the ADS standoff protection system identifies ballistic threats at extremely short range and destroys incoming objects in less time than the blink of an eye.
In the future, attackers will not get to fire more than one shot. As soon as they fire their weapons, the hidden snipers will be located by the innovative Acoustic Shooter Locating System (ASLS).
The series production of the leading-edge Puma infantry fighting vehicle is set to commence soon. The Puma represents the optimum combination of a high level of protection, assertiveness, mobility and command capability.
Changes in threats led to a search for ways in which active and reactive protection mechanisms could be used to better protect armoured vehicles. Choosing the right protection system depends on the type of threat.
This aircraft is ideally designed to fulfil extremely difficult conditions. The CYCLONE can be procured within a short time frame and comprehensively fulfils the high requirements of the German Navy.
The leading soldier system: The Gladius system puts Bundeswehr infantrymen on the global cutting edge, placing them ahead of their peers in terms of networking capabilities, command and control, and operational efficiency.
Rheinmetall offers a range of trucks that suit all the needs of our customers and helps them to accomplish their missions, wherever and whatever they may be.
The Army Battle Simulation Centre (GÜZ): the German Army’s main simulation training facility. Computer-based battle simulations help to reduce the impact of exercises of large units on people and the environment.
To protect themselves, our soldiers need to be able to detect, recognize, identify and neutralize potential threats. Effectors therefore are a focal point of Rheinmetall R&D: from machineguns to high-energy laser weapons.