Fire engine
Armored Bulletproof Cash-in-Transit Route Truck

DIDGORI MedEvac

Medical Evacuation Vehicle

Lazika
Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Anti-hail system

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Our Activity Fields
Defence industry
Civilian industry
Humanitarian mine clearance jobs
Weapon and ammunition utilization

The first Georgian fire engine developed on the basis of Ford F-550 as a result of collaboration between Delta and Rosenbauer. The vehicle is equipped with a 1,500 liter water tank and can be equipped with a remotely controlled water cannon.

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Armor level guarantees protection from a 7.62X39 mm armor-piercing bullets. According to the customer’s needs, even higher levels of protection are available.

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German defense industry giant  – the company Rheinmetall presented a conceptual model of modified infantry fighting vehicle Marder Evolution on International Exhibition IndoDefence 2014 held in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia.
Wide range of technical modifications was made on updated vehicle, boards protection against cumulative grenade was increased up to STANAG Level 4+,  and bottom protection against mines corresponds to Level 3a/3b+. Engine and suspension system were also reinforced.

As an armament 12,7 mm machine-gun could be mounted on the vehicle as well as 105 mm turret of OTO Malara production that will make Marder Evolution heavy fire support vehicle

 

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Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili visited LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Centre DELTA. Minister of Defence Tinatin Khidasheli and Director of DELTA Ucha Dzodzuashvili hosted Head of the Government. Among the visitors of DELTA were Minister of Energy Kakhi Kaladze, Minister of Agriculture Otar Danelia, Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance Giorgi Mgebrishvili and Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia Sozar Subari.

The visitors first viewed the 8th plant in DELTA and attended the manufacturing process of the production.

Later on, the high-ranking officials had a look at the Anti-Hail Command Centre and familiarized with the working process on site. The scientists of the Centre observe the information about climate changes that are received from the Chotori Mountain radars on the computer monitors. 84 fire points located in Kakheti region are monitored from the Command Center as well.

At the end of the visit, PM and Minister of Defence viewed the new production. This year the enterprise presented 15 new products of armament and military equipment: multifunction unmanned aerial vehicle, armored medical evacuation vehicle, armored vehicle for desert conditions, anti-hail systems and other defensive means.

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On March 17, 2015 the sixth Steering Committee Meeting of NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence was conducted in “Rooms” hotel by co-organization of NATO Energy Security Center and LEPL STC “Delta”. Members of the Committee and invited guests, including Mr. Andrius Krivas, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, and other officials attended the meeting. Opening of the committee meeting was also attended by Mr. Gigi Gigiadze, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Mariam Valishvili, Deputy Minister of Energy, Mrs. Natia Mikeladze, Deputy Minister of Economy, Mr. Archil Karaulashvil, First Deputy State Minister of Integration Issues to European and Euro Atlantic Structures, representatives of the Embassyes and attaches, representatives of NATO Information Center and NATO Support Center.
Cooperation agreement between LEPL STC “Delta” and the Center was signed on October 16, 2014. First expansion of ENSEC COE by non-member country started by Georgia. After the Agreement came into force, from Georgian side LEPL STC “Delta” that has one permanent representative in ENSEC COE, took part in researches and programs performed by the Center.
Signing of such agreement with NATO non-member country is an unprecedented event. From Georgian side the document was signed by Mr. George Kvirikashvili, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, and from NATO side by Mr. Juozas Olakas, the Minister of Defense of Lithuania and by Mr. Gintaras Bagdonas, Director of ENSEC COE.

 

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