Company:

Rheinmetall Defence Electronics GmbH

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Type of activity:
Electronics & Computers
Fire Control Systems
Sighting Systems
C4ISR
Contact:
Address:

Brueggeweg 54
28309 Bremen

Country: GERMANYGERMANY
Phone: +49 421 457-01
Fax: +49 421 457-2900

(a part of Rheinmetall Defence, Germany)

Systems for land forces include: command, control, communication, intelligence and reconnaissance systems, fire control systems and periscope and night sight units, air defence systems, artillery systems and test systems. Systems for air forces include aircraft simulators. Provide maintenance and logistics services for army, naval and air force related products. Submarine equipment trainers for diving and control room operations.

   
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