Section

Section

Section

You are here

DEW, Supacat Team for SOF Fighting Vehicle

Section

DEW, Supacat Team for SOF Fighting Vehicle

By Greg Burton

In July 2019, National Defence announced the intention to procure approximately 55 to 75 Next Generation Fighting Vehicles (NGFV) to replace the existing High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) used by the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command for expeditionary operations.

Formal industry engagement commenced with a letter of interest and request for information (RFI) about the high-level mandatory requirements, which included survivability, lethality, mobility, electrical architecture, durability and sustainability, transportability, interoperability and reliability.

Full Article, Canadian Army Today, Fall 2020

Other News

CANSOFCOM: Next Generation Fighting Vehicle – DEW Engineering Teams with Supacat

In July 2019, the Department of National Defence (DND) announced the intention to procure approximately 55 to 75 Next Generation Fighting Vehicles (NGFV) to replace the existing High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV).

DEW Engineering teams with Supacat on next generation fighting vehicles

DEW Engineering and Development (DEW) of Ottawa, Canada and Supacat of Devon, United Kingdom, have formed a team to pursue the Next Generation Fighting Vehicles (NGFV) program for the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command.

Police: The Law Enforcement Magazine: Special Report

Adding Ballistic Armor to Patrol Vehicles

Agencies across the nation are fitting their officers’ rolling offices with bullet resistant materials.

by David Griffith

2nd Annual ACADA Industry Excellence Recognition Awards (AIERA)

ACADA NEWS RELEASE
October 10th, 2018 – Halifax, N.S

Pages

Section

DEW Engineering and Development ULC

Canada's trusted defence partner.
DEW Engineering and Development is the largest and most advanced designer, integrator and manufacturer of state of the art Add-on-Armor in North America.

DEW Engineering is a Top 75 Defence Company by Canadian Defence Review

Events