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TDW unveils PARM NextGen counter-mobility effector

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Paris, 18 June 2024 – PARM NextGen evolves the reliable and combat proven Automated Anti-Tank Weapon PARM into the 3rd Generation of counter-mobility. The 3rd Generation is defined by its new added remote capabilities, which allows to remotely arm, disarm and rearm PARM NextGen on the user’s demand. It strengthens the capabilities of soldiers at the tactical level for highly dynamic operational theaters by being the world’s first directed counter-mobility effector. PARM NextGen’s remote capability helps to shape battlespace in favor of the user, effectively denying entry to any enemy vehicle including the most advanced main battle tanks.

Andreas Seitz, Managing Director TDW: “PARM NextGen is the answer to the needs of our army customers for reliable and powerful 3rd Generation counter-mobility effectors. TDW combines combat proven reliability and power with a state-of-the-art technology package, improving armed forces’s anti-access and area-denial capabilities.”

PARM NextGen includes most advanced military target detection systems, combining a set of sensors around a passive IR system. The modern sensor suite enables the system to reliably detect and engage enemy vehicles while optimizing target impact.

The integrated low-signature and asymmetric radio communication connection keeps the system silent, communicating on user demand only – thus minimizing detectability and risk of jamming.

In-field-pairing of systems allows simultaneous control over several effectors remotely, making PARM NextGen a versatile and effective counter-mobility asset. Open system architecture enables the integration of PARM NextGen into any tactical effector management system of the present or future. We present the PARM family at the TDW booth, Hall 6, G354.

More information www.tdw-warhead-systems.com

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