2012
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After consulting widely with the industry and users the conclusion reached by Defence IQ was that IEDs would continue to be an ever-present threat, so that good blast/IED protection must be taken into account in any future armoured vehicle design.

Active systems (or some other major innovation currently un-identified) were also seen to have the greatest potential impact by 60% of respondents, and 80% saw blast/IED protection as being critically important, the highest percentage view regarding any type of threat including ballistics and RPGs.

Download the report from http://www.defenceiq.com/amoured-vehicles/white-papers/international-armoured-vehicles-market-report-2013/

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