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Nexter Systems

nexter-group.fr

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Merger | Merged

About Nexter Systems

Nexter aims to meet the needs of French and foreign land forces by designing, developing, producing and supporting complete defense systems. As a systems architect and integrator, the company has developed over the years a wide range of defense products in the fields of land combat systems, artillery, ammunition, weapons and robotics.

Headquarters Location

34, boulevard de Valmy BP 504

Roanne, 42328,

France

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Nexter Systems Patents

Nexter Systems has filed 17 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aircraft guns
  • Ammunition
  • Light machine guns
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/9/2021

12/27/2022

Gibson electric guitars, Amplified instruments, Electric guitars, Guitars, Ammunition

Grant

Application Date

7/9/2021

Grant Date

12/27/2022

Title

Related Topics

Gibson electric guitars, Amplified instruments, Electric guitars, Guitars, Ammunition

Status

Grant

Latest Nexter Systems News

Indonesia conducts loading trials of 155 mm howitzers for rapid insertion operations

Jul 14, 2022

14 July 2022 An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016. An Indonesian CAESAR 155 mm being prepared for loading on a C-130 transport aircraft. (TNI-AD) The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) has conducted loading trials of the CAESAR 155 mm/52-calibre self-propelled howitzer system onboard one of its C-130H transport aircraft. The trials pave the way for the first rapid artillery insertion drills involving the weapon type, which are scheduled to be held in August 2022, the Indonesian Army said in an 11 July statement. These drills will be conducted as part of Exercise ‘Garuda Shield', an annual bilateral military activity held with the US Army in Indonesia, the service added. The loading trials were conducted on 4 July at the Kertajati International Airport in West Java. It involved a C-130H airframe from the Indonesian Air Force's Aviation Squadron 31 and a CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre unit from the Indonesian Army Strategic Reserve Command's Field Artillery Battalion 9. The Indonesian Army operates 55 CAESAR 155 mm/52 calibre self-propelled artillery pieces, the first of which were ordered under a 2012 contract signed with French defence firm Nexter Systems. The weapon was first operationalised by the service in 2016.

Nexter Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Nexter Systems's headquarters?

    Nexter Systems's headquarters is located at 34, boulevard de Valmy, Roanne.

  • What is Nexter Systems's latest funding round?

    Nexter Systems's latest funding round is Merger.

  • Who are the investors of Nexter Systems?

    Investors of Nexter Systems include KNDS.

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