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(je vais commencer par celle de la Jordanie ensuite du Soudan)
l'industrie militaire Jordanienne:


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Projects - Phoenix M60 Upgrade

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Projects - AL Temsah

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Product Description

Cost-effective program, to provide mission-capable, heavily-protected ICVs from surplus to requirement MBTs.

'Temsah' tracked, heavy, Infantry Combat Vehicle ( ICV ), developed by KADDB in cooperation with Mechanology Design Bureau ( MDB ) of South Africa, CLS Jordan and General Dynamics ( USA ). Temsah is designed and fabricated to accommodate surplus-to requirement MBTs major components to provide a mission-capable, multi-configured, heavily-protected ICV that can operate alongside the latest generation MBTs.


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Projects - AL Monjed

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Product Description

Cost-effective re-use of surplus-to-requirement Main Battle Tank
Monjed is a converted recovery vehicle based on the chassis of the decommissioned American battle tank M60A1. The goal was to inexpensively produce a modern recovery vehicle to comply with modernization requirements of armored vehicles.

KADDB Collaborative Project Monjed is an innovative vehicle benefiting from excellent mobility and battle worthiness. It is operated by a crew of three and can carry an additional passenger

Monjed can be used both for recovery and repair of main battle tanks in the field. The vehicle carries a range of repair equipment, including a crane, cutting equipment and air tools. It also has stowage for spare parts and can carry a spare power pack or other major assemblies.

The hydraulically-driven main drum winch has a maximum single line pull of 400 KN ( 41 tons ) at 13 m/min.

Monjed has a multi-purpose blade, which can operate as an earth anchor. The blade withstands a double-revved main winch pull on the casualty of up to (80 tons).

The hydraulically-operated crane is capable of lifting up to (6 tons) power pack. The hydraulics are self contained and powered by the power take-off from the main engine as main system or by the APU as an auxiliary system, this means that the vehicle can change its own power Pack.

Monjed will tow vehicles of up to 60 tons in weight at speeds of up to 30 km/h. Stability is maintained when retarding its load and when towing at low speed.

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Projects - Challenger 1 Upgrade

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The Upgrade Program involves




  • Replacing the existing 120-mm rifled barrel with 120-mm smooth bore derived from the FALCON Program.

  • Replacing the current Fire Control System with a variant of the Integrated Fire Control System (IFCS) used on the PHOENIX M60A3 MBT


  • Replacing the Turret Drive and Stabilization System with an all-Electric Drive and Turret Stabilization System derived from the FALCON Program.


  • Upgrading Electrical components and wiring harnesses in the hull compartment area.


The Upgrade will improve the followings tank general capabilities,



  • Long range precision shooting while moving against both stationary and moving targets, by replacing the gun with a lower dispersion gun, installing a digital improved stabilization system and installing an improved fire control system.

  • Improvement in range detection/engagement, by installing improved sighting systems, commander’s panoramic sight and improved turret stabilization system.


  • Greater tactical agility, by increasing turret acceleration and speed capabilities.


  • Increased hit probabilities, by the combined effect of the improved and integrated components.


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Projects - Ferret Rebuild

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Rebuild and Dieselisation of Armoured Ferret Scout Car
Being originally British, The Ferret Scout vehicle is a four-wheeled car with all-welded steel body.

The Ferret Scout vehicle has three parts; the front of the hull where the driver sits, the center where the commander is, and the rear where the engine and transmission are.

The vehicle is used in internal security for it is considered handy and fast since it can reach the speed of 93 km / h. It is one of the few AFV’s that is politically accepted to be used on the streets.

The Ferret Scout Vehicle is armoured with 0.3 cal. browing machine gun with new four cylinder Diesel engine.



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Projects - MAP Multi-purpose Armoured Platform

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Product Description

The MAP is a heavy tracked, well-armoured vehicle platform, developed jointly by KADDB and Mechanology of South Africa that can fulfil a multi-purpose role in support of armoured formations. The MAP is converted from the vehicle platform of a Tariq MBT, by modifying the hull and reversing the drive on the vehicle. Maximum use is made of Tariq MBT major components and also modernising limited but crucial sub-systems, like electrical and instrumentation.

A driver’s cupola has been designed to provide excellent improved all-round direct vision for the driver.

Concept Demonstrator Models (CDMs) of two versions, closed and open, of the MAP have been built, to demonstrate the potential of the concept.

Due to the flexibility of its layout, the MAP can be configured to different variants for wide ranging applications, from the two CDM versions: MAP Closed Version CDM:




  • Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC)


  • Command Vehicle


  • Ambulance


  • Communications Vehicle


  • Forward Observation Vehicle


  • Armoured Workshop Vehicle


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Projects - Stallion

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Brief

The Stallion is a four-wheeled armoured vehicle with an all-welded armoured steel body. The Stallion fits three crew members, a driver sits in front, and two other members that sit behind him. The vehicle has been designed to be used by Peace Keeping Forces, Internal Security and Patrols. It has the ability to carry 50 cal weapon station.

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Projects - Scorpion Modernization l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe - Page 4 Mini_090427032714851061

Upgrade and Modernization of Scorpion Vehicle

CVR(T) is in world wide service. Al variants including Scorpion and Scimitar are battle proven.

The Jordan Upgrade and Modernization includes:




  • New Turret and Fire Control Systems


  • New Diesel Engines (235 BHP)


  • Modified Transmission


  • Upgraded Suspension


  • New Electrical System


  • The Turret Systems incorporate:



    • 30mm cannon (2A72)& 7.62mm machine gun


    • 81mm smoke grenade launcher


    • 4 anti tank guided missiles (ATGM)


    • Auto tracking & 2-axis stabilization system


    • Thermal image sight & Laser range finder



  • Electrical drives with manual backup system


  • The result is an as new vehicle with the following characteristics:



    • Enhanced operational capability


    • Improved performance


    • Easier and cheaper to maintain


    • Long Term Sustainable



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Projects - Twin-Igla Surface to Air missile on Land Cruise Pickup 4WD

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Projects - Kornet Launcher on Hummer

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Projects - Remote Weapon Station (RWS)

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Projects - Sky Watch

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Sky Watch is a well-effective, flexible and a high quality competitive vehicle built to suit all surveillance missions.


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Projects - Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)

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Projects - Development of 120mm Vehicle Mounted Mechanized Mortar (VM3)

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Projects - 106mm RR on Al Jawad Vehicle
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UAE develops new 14.5 mm RWS

Christopher F Foss - IHS Jane's International Defence Review

14 September 2017

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The IGG-RWS14 is armed with the highly effective Russian 14.5 mm KPV series heavy machine gun, although other weapons can
be installed. (IHS Markit/Patrick Allen)


Called the IGG-RWS14, the designation of ‘14’ denotes that it is armed with the Russian 14.5 mm KPV series heavy machine gun (MG), which is widely used in Russian armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) as well as in towed anti-aircraft guns.

The 14.5 mm KPV is armed with 200 rounds of ready-use ammunition, which is fed from the ammunition box located on the left side.

Traverse is electric through 360° with elevation, also electric from -17° to 60° which improves its effectiveness in an urban environment.

Total weight is dependent on the weapon and its associated ammunition but is stated to be around 290 kg.

The sensor pod is mounted externally on the right side and consists of a day sight that is stated to have a target recognition range of up to 3,800 m, a thermal sight with a stated detection range of 4,000 m, and a target recognition range of 2,000 m.

Mounted co-axially with the day and thermal devices is a laser rangefinder that is accurate from 50 m to 4,000 m.

When compared with the widely deployed 12.7 mm M2 HB MG, the Russian 14.5 mm KPV provides more firepower and IGG claims that up to 20 mm of rolled homogeneous armour can be penetrated by a 14.5 mm armour-piercing round at an angle of 50° out to a distance of 2,000 m.
 
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les produits de l'industrie militaire égyptienne durant l'EDEX 18
divers variantes égyptiennes du RPG7
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Copie égyptienne du Malyutka
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Lance roquettes quadruple Sakr 122mm (variante du BM21)
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IMAT ST100 produit d'une coopération avec les sudafs
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des unités résidentielles mobiles pour officiers et sous off (2 et Cool sur camion Ural
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L'industrie aéronautique aussi présente .. rappelons que le K8 est produite localement ... l'Egypte avait déjà monté localement des Ajet, les gazelle, les Mi8 etc
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MT-LB modernisé localement en unité de reconnaissance
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bitubes ZU23
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TM38 120mm
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D30
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... monté sur un Ural .. produit égyptien
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véhicule de nettoyage
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variante du MT-LB modernisé localement en unité de transport de munitions pour l'artillerie
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Sudan reveals ‘Shareef-3’ upgrade to BTR-70

Christopher F Foss, Abu Dhabi - Jane's International Defence Review

14 March 2019


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MIC’s Shareef-3 8×8 APC is based on the BTR-70 with a BMP-1 turret. Source: IHS Markit/Patrick Allen




Sudan’s Military Industry Corporation (MIC) has expanded its range of wheeled armoured personnel carriers (APC) with an upgraded Russian BTR-70 8×8 called the Shareef-3.

Shareef-3 replaces BTR-70’s original two ZMZ-4905 engines with a more fuel-efficient KAMAZ-7403 V8 water-cooled diesel developing 260hp at 2,600 rpm, which gives a maximum road speed of 80 km/h. Shareef-3 retains BTR-70’s amphibious water speed of 8–10 km/h.

The turret is replaced with one from the Russian BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), armed with a 73 mm 2A28 gun and a 7.62 mm PKT machine gun (MG). To allow the turret basket to be retained complete with gunner’s seat, an additional spacer is fitted between the turret and the hull.

Shareef-3 retains the launcher rail for the Russian 9M14 Malyutka (Sagger) anti-tank guided weapon, although this was not fitted to the vehicle shown at the IDEX exhibition in February.

Aside from the commander, gunner, and driver, the Shareef-3 carries six dismounts seated on two bench seats in the middle of the troop compartment. Dismounts can exit via roof hatches or side hatches between the second and third road wheels.

As with the BTR-70, steering is power-assisted on the front four wheels and a central tyre pressure system is standard.

MIC is still marketing other wheeled armoured fighting vehicles, such as the Shareef-1 8×8, which is a BTR-80A that has a two-person turret armed with a stabilised 30 mm 2A42 dual feed cannon and 7.62 mm coaxial MG.
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Iraq takes first steps to producing its own military vehicles

Mohammed Najib, Baghdad - Jane's Defence Weekly

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Iraq’s Samar Alkhair factory unveiled the Hajjam 1 at the IQDEX exhibition in Baghdad earlier this month. Iraqi defence concerns
are taking the first steps towards producing their own military vehicles. Source: M Najib



Iraq's Samar Alkhair factory, a subsidiary of the Iraqi State Military Industries Company, unveiled an indigenously produced, lightly armoured 4×4 vehicle at the IQDEX exhibition, which was held in Baghdad from 9-12 March.

Called the Hajjam 1, the vehicle is likely to be based on a Toyota Land Cruiser chassis and features a Toyota V8 4.5-litre turbo-diesel engine delivering 232hp coupled to an automatic transmission. The vehicle is 4.7 m long, 1.8 m wide, 2.1 m high, and has B6-level armoured protection, meaning it can withstand 7.62×39 mm rounds from a Kalashnikov rifle.

Company officials told Jane's that the new vehicle could be used as a troop transport, ambulance, combat vehicle, for border protection duties, or for use by private security companies.

"The Iraqi armed forces need armoured combat and tactical vehicles, so we designed and manufactured an Iraqi-model Hajjam that matches international standards," Jalal Hussein, the chief engineer of Iraqi State Military Industries Company, told Jane's on 11 March.

"Our manufacturing is taking place in complete co-ordination with [the] Iraqi Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior, as at the first stage we are looking to respond to the Iraqi security forces' needs, then looking for export opportunities," Hussein added.
 
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UAE, Ukraine To Jointly Manufacture Antonov UAVs

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United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Ukraine are likely to begin the joint manufacturing of Ukrainian firm Antonov’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

“At present, the most promising market for us is the Middle East and Southeast Asia. We discussed the establishment of joint production of Antonov State Enterprise’s UAVs with the UAE,” Pavlo Bukin, General Manager of the Concern said, after meeting with Major-General Abdullah Al Hashmi, Deputy Minister of Defense of the UAE at the ongoing Paris Air Show 2019 in Le Bourget.

Representatives of the two countries also discussed the joint manufacture and sale of UAE equipment to Kiev's land-based forces.

In 2017, UAE and Ukraine signed an agreement for cooperation in the production of precision-guided weapons for the Emirati Armed Forces and the delivery of Antonov transport aircraft to the UAE Air Force. The agreement also included the production of UAVs and anti-UAV systems, besides and the joint production of electronic warfare (EW) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) equipment.

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L'Arabie Saoudite dévoile un drone Male © Uavos

 18/03/2020 09:23 | BOQUET Justine

L'Arabie Saoudite dévoile un drone Male


Développé en collaboration avec la société Uavos, l'Arabie Saoudite, à travers la KACST, a dévoilé un drone Male, nommé Saker-1B.


Système de contrôle de vol.


Uavos a annoncé début mars s'être associé à la KACST (la King Abudulaziz City for Science and Technology) afin de faire émerger de nouvelles solutions dans le domaine des drones. Les deux partenaires ont allié leur savoir-faire et leurs ressources en R&D afin de mettre au point de nouveaux systèmes de contrôle de vol. Le système final a été intégré au sein d'un drone Male. Le Saker-1B est ainsi le résultat de plusieurs mois de collaboration.


Essais.

Avant de présenter ce système complet, les deux partenaires ont conduit de nombreux essais, permettant ainsi de valider notamment les aspects sécuritaires. Ainsi 500 heures d'essais, de jour et de nuit, ont été conduites pour expérimenter les systèmes embarqués. Par ailleurs, plus de 1 000 heures de tests ont été consacrées aux phases de décollage et d'atterrissage de l'aéronef. Dans le cadre de ces essais, qui ont été menés en Arabie Saoudite, le plus long vol réalisé par le Saker-1B a été de 19 heures. Il dispose par ailleurs d'une masse maximale au décollage de 1 000 kg.



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by Jeremy Binnie



The ST-100 mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle (MRAP) made by the Egypt-based International Marathon United Technologies (IMUT) is available in 10 modular variants, including ones armed with Chinese missiles, according to a promotional video from the manufacturer.

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A still from the IMUT video shows the 10 variants of the ST-100. (International Marathon United Technologies )

Released by an unofficial source on 12 July, the IMUT video included computer-generated imagery (CGI) showing how the different mission modules can be changed in 45–60 minutes, with the powerpack being replaced in 25 minutes.

The anti-tank variant has a four-round launcher that raises from the rear compartment and appeared to be armed with the Poly Technologies GAM-102 anti-tank missile that uses an imaging infrared seeker to guide itself to its target. The IMUT video showed the missile being tested from a Dongfeng CSK141 light armoured vehicle but not an ST-100.

The precision attack missile variant was shown with two different types of weapon, one of which was seen labelled as the CM-501GA, another Poly Technologies product. The video included test footage that it said showed the missile hitting a target 41.3 km away with an accuracy of 0.12 m.

The other weapon resembled the CM-501XA loitering munition, which Poly Technologies says has an endurance of 30 minutes and a range of 70 km. Both the CM-501GA and CM-501XA can be carried in the same vertical launcher.

The CGI of the ST-100 mortar variant showed it with an 81 mm automated mortar system that did not appear to match a known Chinese product, although Norinco makes the Type 99 self-loading mortar.

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The UAE Is Turning Into the World Capital for Weapons Makers



Years of quiet development are finally paying off, and Abu Dhabi’s defense industry can largely stand on its own feet.



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At Defence and Security Equipment International, the world’s largest arms fair, held last year in London, the organizers reported a record demand for space. A large chunk of that demand was from the United Arab Emirates, which reserved the corner with the most foot traffic. But its pavilion looked empty next to the life-size prototypes that surrounded it, and its delegate was too busy to talk to the press.

Still, the creators of the nearby surveillance equipment were keen to chat. They came from the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Australia, and they said they were pleased with how much room their new patrons gave them to explore. One of them had made a voice recognition system that cross-indexes international databases of police interrogations. Another displayed an internet-of-things radar system mounted on a police car that takes orders from intelligence officers.

The UAE has not released data on its defense budget since 2014, but back then it already outspent the United States in per capita terms, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Most of that money goes to buying the flashiest items on the market. But if a sale is not approved, the UAE is not at much of a loss; a growing portion of its budget is going toward developing its own technologies.

The debate over whether the United States will sell the Gulf country the F-35 fighter jet, then, misses the larger picture. If the UAE can’t get the jet, it might negotiate to join the F-16 supply chain and gain skills and contacts to help it build other sophisticated systemsThe debate over whether the United States will sell the Gulf country the F-35 fighter jet, then, misses the larger picture. If the UAE can’t get the jet, it might negotiate to join the F-16 supply chain and gain skills and contacts to help it build other sophisticated systems, according to Shana Marshall, an assistant research professor at George Washington University.
Over the past decade, the small Gulf state has built a reputation for splurging its petrodollars on soccer teams, museums, dairy and produce farms, real estate, tech start-ups, and banks—whether to claim a stake in rising markets, diversify its economy, or buy political clout. The logic is similar with defense production, but more than simply adding a logo and funneling proceeds, it is moving much of the creation process onshore.

In a world where multinational companies already have unclear jurisdiction, that may not seem significant. But in one where rich countries are reprioritizing spending, where regional powers are shifting, and where warfare is prioritizing brain over brawn, Abu Dhabi is “a defense executive’s absolute dream,” Marshall said. It pays quickly, generously, and without bureaucratic oversight.

Boosted by its recent agreement with Israel to normalize diplomatic relations, the monarchy could become the pumping heart of an unbridled defense industry sooner rather than later. Those working to ban arms and technology transfers to unfriendly countries will find their efforts lost. Those looking to cash in on the military industrial complex will get to know a new pole beyond the United States and China—one that literally considers itself at the center of the world.

The way here was neither long nor conventional. Most countries that produce arms today—or at least parts for foreign ones—kick-started their industries during the Cold War, with the help of U.S. firms looking to buy consumer and political loyalty. The UAE only broke free from British protection in 1971; it took the Emirati government until the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and then the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, to take interest. Those wars signaled to the Gulf monarchies that they had to be strong and self-reliant. They subsequently signed deals with foreign defense firms to start investing in their own industries and promised to boost one another’s. Saudi Arabia stepped up, but the clear leader was the UAE.

The Emirates’ approach to these deals was different. The standard agreement since the Cold War, known as an “offset,” holds that the defense contractor does not just sell a weapon but also pays for infrastructure around it. The buying country can demand investment either directly related to the sale, like a factory for small parts or training in maintenance, or in something not related at all, like factories for civilian goods, real estate, universities, industrial parks, or shrimp farms.

Both profit: One side provides cheap labor, another subsidizes development. In 1997, as price tags got bigger, the U.S. Department of Commerce advised governments to manage the offsets through investment funds. The UAE was the only country that listened. Its offset bureau helped establish two sovereign wealth funds—Tawazun and Mubadala—where offset money would be dumped before it was invested. Run by well-connected merchant families and their financial consultants, these funds favor high-return portfolios like financial services, oil-related infrastructure, and a shipyard for yachts and warships.

But the commerce department’s own Bureau of Industry and Security turned against the previous advice in the late 1990s to use investment funds because it found the practice to be corruption-prone. The U.S. Government Accountability Office also criticized offsets as an opaque form of offshoring and warned of the risks of technological transfer. But their words had little effect. As the U.S.-Soviet arms race petered out, the United States consolidated its military bureaucracy, shaving the budget of those who monitored these kinds of deals. Mohammed bin Zayed, the UAE’s de facto ruler and deputy commander of its armed forces, also has friends in think tanks and lobbying circles to push deals through.

Still, offsets had their limits. They are known to be slow, to be rarely completed, and to keep the buying country dependent. The Emirates set tight rules to wring the most out of them but was too impatient to build indigenous military infrastructure from the ground up. Instead, by streamlining and scaling up its investment funds, it has been pooling money to bring foreign projects—and with them, their engineers and patents—to Abu Dhabi.

In 2014, it brought together the Tawazun and Mubadala funds under the Emirates Defence Industries Company, which then merged with two dozen other subsidiaries last year to form the defense conglomerate Edge. Its CEO manages a $5 billion budget to develop what he calls “sovereign capability.” In practice, that means partnering with big foreign defense firms, buying out small ones, and hiring midsize ones to open shop in Abu Dhabi, registered under a local name. Since the intellectual property belongs to the Emiratis, export controls to limit the exchange of technological know-how do not apply.

The UAE will likely never build an entirely sovereign defense industry—nor, with global supply chains, does it need to. Emiratis will likely never run the whole show, given that the country has few native workers and many foreign ones. But, the way global supply chains work, self-sufficiency is less about the nationality of the developers or the origin of every part; what matters more is that the UAE owns, assembles, maintains, and services a growing share of the technologies it uses.

Its full arsenal is kept confidential, but the war in Yemen offered a preview. The offensive said to have triggered the world’s worst humanitarian disaster, the 2015 blockade of the Hodeida port, was enforced by the Baynunah corvette, a small warship manufactured at Abu Dhabi Ship Building. Observers of the war also spotted UAE-branded missiles, drones, machine guns, and armored vehicles. These arms may not be the highest grade, but they do the job in battle. They are now tested, advertised, and on the market for export.

Gulf states that haven’t been able to emulate the Emirates’ defense drive, like Kuwait and Bahrain, are reliable customers, both in weapons and services. Saudi Arabia has tried to follow suit but is nowhere near the Emirates in exports or innovation. Its target to localize up to half of its military industry by 2030 is more talk than walk; it still puts most of its money in joint projects rather than research and training, which the Emiratis count on for bigger and longer-term returns.

With a pandemic raging and economic priorities shifting, it may not be the best time to secure an arms deal. Global military spending relative to GDP—notably in research and development—has already been falling for a decade, and the Gulf states in particular have been losing their shine in Western capitals. Due to its intervention in Yemen, the UAE has also had sales blocked or suspended, pushing it to decrease its arms dependency on the West. But all of this works in the UAE’s favor.

As conventional defense giants are struggling with problems at home, smaller countries are looking to buy elsewhere; among the UAE’s biggest customers are the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Jordan, Algeria, South Sudan, and Egypt which may have a tough time accessing certain weapons from the United States or European countries.

The UAE’s products cater to their needs, with cheaper prices and features such as adaptability to desert weather and minefields. It already sells to nearly two dozen countries, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute; it has joint projects with such powers as Russia and Saudi Arabia; and it sends equipment for free to U.N.-embargoed countries including Somalia and Libya. Edge’s CEO recently said that despite the global economic slowdown, the conglomerate is preparing an order of armored vehicles for Algeria and is discussing new projects with several other countries.

One of those countries, he said, is Israel. Even before they normalized relations, the two had reportedly collaborated in defense, especially in drone surveillance, and announced in July that their defense and intelligence firms would partner to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, likely involving technologies led by artificial intelligence. The UAE-Israel match is ideal for the pair: Both countries are small, urbanized, and specialize in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. Now that they have a direct channel, they can sell and share technologies that the United States had blocked.

The Israeli defense ministry is not likely to object to a close partnership, since the two countries’ strategies—to counter Iran, curb the Muslim Brotherhood, and refine domestic surveillance—align. The respective defense firms are also eager for big-ticket deals, which will fund Israeli experimentation in advanced technologies and boost Emirati status in the market.

The way it’s headed, the UAE is hoping to become the center of gravity of an industry in need of deep pockets. It does not need to copy the United States to prove it has succeeded. “The Emiratis find a niche because they know that they are small, and that if they want to matter, they have to not play the game according to others’ rules,” said Florence Gaub of the European Union Institute for Security Studies.

The defense industry the UAE is subsidizing is planning less for wars on land or sea, and more in cyberspace and urban airspace. That’s a market projected to grow and an area that particularly concerns a monarchy intent on holding onto power. And that means the world’s elite engineers, retired officers and mercenaries, private equity managers, defense contractors, and brand consultants are likely to continue packing for Abu Dhabi.

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Defense Aviation News November 2021 aerospace air force industry

POSTED ON WEDNESDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2021 13:22



EDGE, UAE’s leading advanced technology group for defence and beyond, announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales (GIFAS) to establish an environment of collaborative innovation between EDGE Group and French aerospace companies.


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Under the agreement, the parties will identify areas of potential collaboration across the aerospace and defence sectors to enhance technological
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The MoU was signed during a ceremony at Dubai Airshow 2021 by Reda Nidhakou, Vice President – Strategic Programs & Corporate Development, EDGE, and Bruno du Pradel, Senior Vice President of European & International Affairs, GIFAS - in the presence of Hamad Al Marar, President – Missiles & Weapons, EDGE and Pierre Bourlot, Director General, GIFAS.

Under the agreement, the parties will identify areas of potential collaboration across the aerospace and defence sectors to enhance technological capabilities and drive innovation.

Reda Nidhakou, Vice President – Strategic Programs & Corporate Development, EDGE, said: “This agreement is a key step towards more knowledge sharing and technology collaborations between EDGE and French-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs). We look forward to working closely with GIFAS to drive an innovative future for the defence and aerospace sectors in both our countries.”

He added: “We are targeting specific areas of interest, where we aim to explore strategic collaborations and partnerships. This is part of EDGE’s drive towards innovation and global SME engagement to support our vision of accelerating innovative product development."

Pierre Bourlot said: “Considering the ties between France and the UAE at institutional level, the MoU signed by GIFAS and EDGE aims to foster our industrial cooperation at the level of small and midcap companies by identifying technical areas where our expertise can match with EDGE needs. More than 30 of our members are already based in the UAE, showing that internationalization is playing a key role in our business model which meets the expectations of the UAE in enhancing local capabilities.

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