Rheinmetall is Europe’s foremost supplier of defence and security technology and a longstanding partner of the armed forces. Our products set the global standard for excellence in a wide array of disciplines: from vehicle, force protection and weapon systems to infantry equipment and air defence, and from network-enabled warfare capabilities to electro-optics and simulation technology.

Exhibit list:

  • Infantry Fighting Vehicle LYNX KF41

  • Military Trucks HX 8×8 and TGS 56E 6×6
  • 30mm machine cannon MK30-2 ABM
  • Fully stabilized weapon station MSSA – Main Sensor Slaved Armament
  • Medium to large calibre ammunition
  • Soldier systems
  • Live and virtual training solutions

Global partnerships driving Rheinmetall’s LYNX KF41

Rheinmetall’s LYNX KF41 is a leading contender for the Slovak Republic’s procurement of new Infantry Fighting Vehicles thanks to its unique combination of lethality, modularity and survivability. Partner companies from around the world have already joined forces with Rheinmetall to realise the potential of this innovative vehicle concept, and Rheinmetall’s commitment to bringing local economic advantage means significant industrial developments and job creation would go hand-in-hand with choosing the LYNX as the Slovak Republic’s next-generation IFV.

A key regional example of the success of Rheinmetall’s approach to industrial partnerships and the creation of lasting value within the region the Hungarian Lynx programme creates around 500 local jobs, brings potential for future exports, and focuses on artificial intelligence, digitisation and robotics technology alongside.

“Local industrial partnerships form the backbone of the LYNX’s participation in IFV renewal programmes the world over, and the Slovak Republic is no exception,” says Oliver Mittelsdorf, Senior Vice President Sales at Rheinmetall. “Choosing the LYNX means opting for the battlefield technology of the present and future, and the consequent modernisation of a nation’s industrial capabilities for tracked ground vehicle systems. If the LYNX wins the Slovak Republic’s IFV tender, soldiers, commanders and local companies will benefit from the decision for decades to come.”

Rheinmetall at IDEB 2021

INDOOR: Stand No. 106, hall D
OUTDOOR: Stand No. 101