This video presents two-man 30/40mm form CMI Cockerill 3030 on the General Dynamics European Land Systems Desert Piranha chassis. Based on an unprecedented modular concept, the Cockerill® 3000 Series is a single platform enabling a turret to accommodate guns of different calibres and the corresponding technological modules: automatic 25 mm, 30 mm, 30/40 mm, 35 mm and 50 mm calibre guns, along with direct fire guns of 90 and 105 mm calibre. These systems can also fire anti tank missiles. In its standard form, the Cockerill 3000 Series provides full digital weapon stabilisation and computerised fire control to deliver very high target-hit probability.
Thanks to their unique operational capabilities, to the rapid inter-changeability both of their crews and their arms, and to their high degree of common design, these modular turrets of the Cockerill® 3030 can cover all types of missions and objectives on the battle field (combat tank, bunker and helicopter engagement, urban combat, intervention in combats known as asymmetric…). Moreover, their modularity and commonality significantly optimize both their whole-life cost and operational flexibility.
The Cockerill 3030 on video is installed on a General Dynamics European Land Systems Desert Piranh and armed with Mk44, MK44S, XM813, 255 30mm rounds in two-drum feed system cannon, a 7.62mm coaxial machine gun and banks of grenade launchers. In its standard form, the Cockerill 3030 provides full digital weapon stabilisation and computerised fire control to deliver very high target-hit probability. Thermal and day sights permit 24-hour operation whether the vehicle is static or moving. The User can select ballistic protection up to STANAG Level 5. In short, the Cockerill 3030 does everything that the modern soldier expects and more.