Breakthrough in protected mobility coming at AAD


A new medium-sized utility truck (MUT) will be launched by DCD Protected Mobility at AAD.

Delegates and visitors to the 2014 event, from September 17 to 21 at AFB Waterkloof in Centurion, will be given a sneak-peak of the Isando, Johannesburg-based company’s new multi-purpose MUT.

DCD Protected Mobility general manager Andrew Mears said reveals the vehicle offers a significant level of terrain clearance and an unrivalled ability to climb steep terrain. “It can operate on rails, tar roads and in severe off-road conditions. These features make it ideal for industries ranging from military and security to agriculture, construction and mining.”

DCD Protected Mobility will also launch a technologically-advanced Multi-Track Machine (MTM), designed for reconnaissance missions, mapping of unsafe areas, mine surveying and search and rescue operations. The new MUT will be officially launched at AAD on Thursday, September 18. To find out more about this product and other exciting developments, visit DCD Protected Mobility at Stand 2B9-15 in Hangar 2 throughout the duration of AAD.

In addition to the new productsDCD Protected Mobility will display its Springbuck, Husky and Mountain Lion land detection vehicles and armoured personnel carriers – designed for deployment in conflict and peacekeeping missions worldwide at AAD.

As a member of the international manufacturing and engineering company DCD Group, DCD Protected Mobility is committed to continuous research and development based on customer feedback, to provide the highest standard of quality and service delivery excellence.

DCD Protected Mobility is a wholly-owned South African company that develops its own intellectual property through internally-funded research and development programmes to ensure it remains at the forefront of technological advances.