1. 40mm Less than Lethal Ammunition (Tear, Rubber ++)

The less than lethal ammunition is ideal for control and dispersing groups of protesters or rioters. The less than lethal ammunition provides longer effective range and can be fired from existing grenade launchers.

2. 40mm Ammunition

The cartridge is a fixed round of ammunition consisting of an internally embossed, one-piece steel projectile body which is fitted to a cartridge case assembly. We can supply 40x46mm which is a low-velocity round used in hand-held grenade launchers and the high-velocity 40x53mm, used in mounted and crew-served weapons.

3. Advanced Transportation and Telematics

Advanced telematics include telecommunications, vehicular technologies such as road transport, road safety, electrical engineering (sensors, instrumentation, wireless communications, etc.), and computer science (multimedia, Internet, etc.). 

4. Artillery Systems (including 140mm)

Artillery is a class of heavy military ranged weapons built to launch munitions far beyond the range and power of infantry firearms. 

5. Anti Personnel Mines + Tripwire

Anti personnel mines are form of mine designed for use against humans and trip wire is a low-placed concealed wire used especially in warfare to trip an enemy or trespasser and usually to trigger an alarm or explosive device when moved.

6. Demolitions (including Smoke Grenades)

These products can destroy buildings/structures or cause effects which are required to improve combat scenario outcomes. 

7. Grenade Launchers (40mm ONLY)

A weapon that fires a specially-designed large-caliber projectile, often with an explosive, smoke or gas warhead. 

8. Hand Grenades

An explosive weapon typically thrown by hand, but can also refer to projectiles shot out of grenade launchers. Generally, a grenade consists of an explosive charge, a detonating mechanism, and a firing pin inside the grenade to trigger the detonating mechanism.

9. Large Calibre Ammunition (60mm/81mm/120mm/155mm)

The large caliber ammunition covers tank artillery and mortar rounds.

10. Military Info-Communication Systems

A complex communication network of equipment, personnel, and communication protocols to relay information.


11. Mobility Solutions (Defence + Security)

A solution to enable their teams to use mobile devices securely.

12. Mortars (120mm ONLY)

A mortar is usually a simple, lightweight, man-portable, muzzle-loaded weapon, consisting of a smooth-bore metal tube fixed to a base plate with a lightweight bipod mount and a sight. They launch explosive shells in high-arcing ballistic trajectories.

13. Non Lethal + Surveillance Systems

Solutions for thwarting, preventing, monitoring, detecting and reducing risks.

14. Plastic + Chemical Explosives

Plastic explosive is a soft and hand-moldable solid form of explosive material. Within the field of explosives engineering, plastic explosives are also known as putty explosives. Plastic explosives are especially suited for explosive demolition. Common plastic explosives include Semtex and C-4. The vast majority of explosives are chemical explosives. Explosives usually have less potential energy than fuels, but their high rate of energy release produces a great blast pressure

15. Pyrotechnics + Flashbangs + Concussion 

The science and craft of using self-contained and self-sustained exothermic chemical reactions to make heat, light, gas, smoke and/or sound. 

16. Real-Time Smart Communications Battle Gear

A small transmitter-receiver that allows infantry soldiers to communicate over short distances. Effective even through thick cover or the walls of buildings, enables section commanders to react quickly and efficiently to rapidly changing situations, including contact with the enemy, greatly increasing the effectiveness of infantry fire teams.

17. Remote Weapons Systems

A remotely operated weaponized system often equipped with fire-control system for light and medium-caliber weapons which can be installed on ground combat vehicle or sea- and air-based combat platforms. Such equipment is used on modern military vehicles, as it allows a gunner to remain in the relative protection of the vehicle. It may also be retrofitted onto existing vehicles

18. Satellite Communications | SATCOM

Airborne radio telephone communication via a satellite is usually abbreviated to the term SATCOM. Use of satellites for this purpose complements satellite-based navigation capability.

19. Small Arms Ammunition: 5.56mm, 7.62mm, ++

The complete round/cartridge or its components, including bullets or projectiles, cartridge cases, primers/caps and propellants that are used in small arms.

20. Small and Light Arms Weapons:


Machine Guns, Rifles, ++

Small Arms Weapons are individual-service (i.e. for carry and operation by individual infantrymen) kinetic projectile firearms such as: (1) handguns (revolvers, pistols, derringers and machine pistols), (2) shotguns, (3) rifles (assault rifles, battle rifles, carbines, designated marksman rifles, short-barreled rifles, sniper rifles, etc.), (4) submachine guns/personal defense weapons, (5) squad automatic weapons and (6) light machine guns; and
Light Arms Weapons are infantry-portable weapons that are either crew-served kinetic firearms, incendiary devices, or shoot explosive munitions such as: (1) anti-materiel rifles/anti-tank rifles, (2) general-purpose machine guns/medium machine guns, (3) unmounted heavy machine guns, (4) portable flamethrowers, (5) grenades, rifle grenades/underslung grenade launchers, (6) grenade launchers, (7) automatic grenade launchers, (8) recoilless rifles, (9) rocket-propelled grenades, (10) man-portable anti-tank missiles, (11) man-portable air-defense systems and (12) mortars under 100 millimetres (3.9 in) caliber.


21. Sensors + Electro Optics

These are electronic detectors that convert light, or a change in light, into an electronic signal. These sensors are able to detect electromagnetic radiation from the infrared up to the ultraviolet wavelengths. They are used in many industrial and consumer applications, for example: (1) Lamps that turn on automatically in response to darkness; (2) Position sensors that activate when an object interrupts a light beam; (3) Flash detection, to synchronize one photographic flash to another; (4)Photoelectric sensors that detect the distance, absence, or presence of an object.

22. Training + Simulation Systems

The creation of a true-to-life learning environment that mirrors real-life work and scenarios. Trainees can put real knowledge and skills into practice not just by reading books on theory or listening to lectures, but through physical, hands-on activity.