Rheinmetall Soldier Electronics GmbH

Type of activity:
Weapons & Weapon Systems
Electronics & Computers

Winterspuerer Strasse 17-19
78333 Stockach

Phone: +49 7771 81- 0
Fax: +49 7771 81-396

Rheinmetall Soldier Electronics GmbH (former Oerlikon Contraves Deutschland GmbH), Germany, is a subsidiary of Rheinmetall AG and belongs to the Electro-optical Components business unit. The company is specialised in the field of products and services for the infantry forces, primarily for laser aiming devices.

Rheinmetall Soldier Electronics is located in Stockach near Lake of Constance and employs around 100 people.

The company's production activity is governed throughout by a quality management system corresponding to DIN EN ISO 9001 and AQAP 110. Thus OCD guarantees highest quality in all process steps.

Systems & Products

The product range of the Rheinmetall Soldier Electronics GmbH comprises:

  • Laser target identification system

  • Laser target marker

  • Laser light modules

  • 40 mm fire-control units

  • Services

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