Weapon systems for the navy – from sensors to effectors
Naval expertise from Rheinmetall
The weapon system is ideally suited for engaging multiple, fast-moving surface targets in an asymmetric environment (swarm attacks). It exceeds the U.S. Navy's defined holding distance requirements for defence against multi-axis approaching attack boats.
In its traditional air defence role, the Millennium Gun covers a wide range of air targets, from small, low radar cross-section targets such as anti-ship guided missiles to fighter jets and helicopters.
The achieved balance between calibre size, firing cadence and effect of the combat ammunition make the Bk-27 M a reliable effector and "all-rounder" for naval applications in the defence of own surface units.
Oerlikon Searanger® 20 Remote Controlled Gun Station
NATTER 12.7 mm / SEE
The NATTER 12.7 weapon station in maritime application serves a wide range of missions from self-securing larger vessels as secondary armament to the main armament of smaller surface units such as command boats or RHIBs.
The integrated FlexEye sensor gives the system its all-weather deployability and supports even highly agile and dynamic
NATTER 7.62 mm / SEE
Like the Natter 12.7 mm, the lighter version also features the all-weather FlexEye transmitter system.
SeaVision Sensor System Platform
The sensor platform can be positioned separately from the weapon, while retaining full functionality, and thus has clear advantages in both individual flexible application and ship integration.