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Although they have a place in the commercial market, electric vehicles haven’t been able to make a name for themselves in the military industry.
Although electrical vehicles have been used in the military for a while, their capabilities and uses are restricted by the rules governing army bases and people vehicles.
Military electric vehicles have so far been employed in the defense industry for unmanned systems, transportation of military supplies, and mobility.
Later, due to trends, infantry squad vehicles with hybrid electric drives were developed, and the Millenworks light utility vehicle was then shown.
Although there are a lot of electric vehicles in the military industry, the range must be expanded. It also has to be open to different design ideas so that other industry participants may participate and provide a growing number of possibilities.
The UAE Military Electric Vehicle market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Defense company NIMR, based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and ST Engineering, a global technology, engineering, and defence group, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on the development of cutting-edge hybrid electric drive (HED) systems.
NIMR hopes to be the first Middle Eastern manufacturer to integrate the game-changing power systems, cementing its position as a leader in the armoured vehicle industry.
In addition to enhancing range, acceleration, and stealth, HED systems also provide sustainability advantages including fewer emissions as compared to a normal diesel engine system.
The HED systems’ key benefit is that they are far quieter than conventional engines, which is essential for covert mobility during combat operations and silent watch activities.
By using the HED systems’ claims of greater vehicle economy and delivering power for all necessary equipment, including communications, situational awareness, and weapon systems, NIMR and ST Engineering intend to achieve the most stringent duty-cycle standards.
Hybrid technology will eventually reduce military dependency on fossil fuels in addition to bringing several technological and operational improvements; this is a move that is in line with both the UAE’s National Climate Change Plan and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
STREIT Group, located in the UAE, introduced four brand-new vehicles at IDEX 2021, among them STORM, a completely electric multi-purpose tracked vehicle.
The first tracked vehicle produced by STREIT Group, STORM is also the first totally electric tracked vehicle ever made in the UAE. STORM has extra generators in addition to being entirely electric.
It is intended for use in a broad variety of specialized military and civilian applications. The vehicle is very mobile, dependable, and equipped with the most recent ballistic, IED, and mine blast protective technologies. It was designed for use in the roughest situations.
The DHABI, a modern MRAP, was the second vehicle to be unveiled. The V-shaped hull of the DHABI aids in diverting blast waves and debris away from the crew area.
Mine protection is improved by the elevated body and higher ground clearance. DHABI has advanced pricing but also advanced technology, with STANAG III adaptable blast and ballistic protection as a standard and up to STANAG IV with add-on plates.
The third vehicle presented, the NISR is intended to serve as a ground support vehicle for troops who are not mounted and as a mounted infantry troop transporter.
A modern approach and departure levels, 450 HP of power, a peak speed of 120 km/h, and manoeuvrability are unheard of in its class. It may be quickly set up as a forward observation platform, a medical evacuation platform, or a command and control vehicle (FOO).
The CONDOR, a newly created MRAP with STANG Level 2 upgradeability to STANG 3, was the last vehicle to be presented. This vehicle can be utilized in any hostile circumstance with remarkable field performance in both urban and off-road areas thanks to its high mobility and off-road capability.
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