Kord Exhibits two of its latest products at Land Forces and AUSA

Peter Moran

12 October 2022

Kord exhibited two if it’s latest products at Land Forces 22 which was held at the Brisbane Convention Centre in May, as well as at the Association for the US Army (AUSA) which was held in Washington DC during October.

One of the products was a wireless dual RACU Commander System comprising two push-button controllers that attached to the front of a rifle. When paired the two separate controllers act as a single unit to operate a body-worn radio and two weapon-mounted electronic devices – an Aiming Laser and a Torch. The other product was a Smartphone-based Training Program that could be used by a soldier to train on how to operate the Company’s RACU Technology virtually anywhere and anytime.

Kord’s Managing Director, Dr Peter Moran, said that the two products, which were world firsts, drew substantial interest from a large number of exhibition attendees. He said that the Company’s RACU Technology could now be used to produce scalable push-button interfaces that could be deployed at various locations depending on the number of electronic devices to be operated. He said that the Company intended to further build on these products to enable the RACU Technology to be used in a much wider range of applications in defence, law enforcement and homeland security.

Land Forces 2022 international land defence exposition was a three-day event including an extensive conference program covering topical land defence issues, an industry exhibition and formal networking and engagement programs for industry, defence, government, and academia from Australia and around the world.

The Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting is the largest landpower exposition and professional development forum in North America. The Annual Meeting is designed to deliver Army messages by highlighting the capabilities of organisations and presenting a wide range of industry products and services.