At the upcoming EUROSATORY exhibition held in Paris Villepinte in June (11th – 15th June 2018), Thales Belgium is showcasing a cross-section of its rocket systems solutions for modern armed forces.
Thales Belgium will be at Hall 6, Booth E286 at the Belgium pavilion hosted by BSDI (Belgium Security & Defence Industry).
The advantage of the laser guidance is its precision to minimise collateral damage. FZ275 LGR will reach a hit-target ability with less than one meter (CEP<1m). Due to the Joint Fire Support Team marking the target even moving vehicles progressing at a speed up to 60km/h can be destroyed.
The maximum operational range for laser guided rocket FZ275 LGR is roughly 6 km.
Thales Belgium has a longstanding footprint in defence export market supplying air-to-round rocket systems 70mm/2.75” to more than 25 active customers and end-users worldwide.