OUR PRODUCTS

MORTAR HOLDER

ALAKRAN

The ALAKRAN is the first auto-aiming mortise carrier that does not require a recoil absorbing mechanism. The ALAKRAN principle is simple, to give mobility to the mortar operation, without altering the essence of the mortar, that is, simplicity and availability. For this reason, our design was oriented from the first moment to shooting from the ground, and designing an effective targeting mechanism. This system is the reference in the market as a light 120/81 mm mortise holder.

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MORTAR AMMUNITION

120, 81 y 60 MM MORTAR AMMUNITION

Our mortar bombs can be used in a range of smoothbore mortar weapon systems. Top features of the ammunition are obtained with NTGS mortars, as both weapon and ammunition have been designed as a system. Our High-Explosive Aerodynamic mortar bomb is intended for effective engagement of troops, shelters and lightly armoured targets.

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM

Vali-ECS

Fire control system with a ballistic calculator adjusted by the aerodynamic characteristics of the different ammunition, integrated with sensors and aiming screens to bring automatic aiming capabilities to the artillery pieces.

BATTLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

1Command-BMS

Battle management system to bring situational awareness to commanders and combatants. It is specially designed for operation in hybrid warfare environments, avoiding the concentration of units and allowing the coordination of operations with dispersed units in the territory.

SHOOTERS TRAINING

Shoottra

We design, produce and integrate training systems for shooting ranges. Automated systems with sensors that allow to determine the point of impact and test the abilities of the shooters with different sequences of exercises.

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SALVAS CANNON

1Salute

Our salute gun 1Salute is our contribution to maintain traditions and protocol. Built following artisan techniques and inspired by the 6-pounder cannon from the 18th century.
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