The infantry counts on the mortar as a quickly available, effective, versatile form of fire support.
High-mobility trucks for specific tactical and technical missions.
Laser weapons offer precision and minimise collateral damage
What do Rheinmetall and butterflies have in common? Not much, you might think. And yet the opposite is true.
Door opener to new markets and business opportunities: founding of Rheinmetall International Engineering GmbH.
Despite its peripheral geopolitical situation, Australia has grown into a major military power in the Asia-Pacific region.
Rheinmetall supplied the technology for a maritime simulation centre of AIDA Cruises.
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles GmbH (RMMV) saw prevail from all over the world.
Rheinmetall’s high-energy laser effectors get moving and set new standard for mobile and stationary HEL-effectors.
With their enormous potential for enhancement, these modern turrets are already prepared for the challenges of coming decades.
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.
The series production of the leading-edge Puma infantry fighting vehicle is set to commence soon.
smartVision is based on RDE sensor systems and these simultaneously allow a networked panoramic and detailed display of the surrounding airfield.
In the Army Battle Simulation Centre computer-based battle simulations help to reduce the impact of exercises of large units on people and the environment.
As soon as they fire their weapons, the hidden snipers will be located by the innovative Acoustic Shooter Locating System (ASLS).
Tackling challenges! Continuity and evolution are two sides of the same coin.
At two centuries of industrial arms production. Franz Mauser builds his first rifle at Oberndorf in 1812.
The Test Site on the Lüneburger Heide is a paradise not just for Marder, Puma and Leo Armored Vehicles.
Changes in threats led to a search for ways in which active and reactive protection mechanisms could be used to better protect armoured vehicles.
Following tactical and logistical trials, the Puma armoured infantry fighting vehicle (AIFV) successfully underwent hot climate zone trials.
Effectors figure prominently in Rheinmetall’s overall research and development effort - from machineguns to high-energy laser weapons.
The development and production required the interdisciplinary management of varied professional specialisations and structures, in industry and Bundeswehr.
In order to perform their multifaceted mission, combat engineers need versatile, flexibly deployable equipment. Rheinmetall offers just the right solutions.
Rheinmetall is the perfect partner of the artillery in the 21st century.
A reliable "workhorse" for the German Bundeswehr: the Fox armoured wheeled vehicle. Thanks to its design concept, the vehicle can be put to multiple uses.
RMMV's logistics vehicles – highly mobile and mission-proven