We have participated in national defense projects for the development of fire support, rapid assault, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems,
contributing to reinforcing the nation's defense capabilities. < The Government Order on National Security and Military Forces Development Projects >
We deliver diverse tactical and cruise missiles based on our core technologies
in all types of guided munitions ranging from seekers to
warheads/fuzes, guidance and control systems, and propellants.
As a critical part of the Korean Air and Missile Defense (KAMD) system, our long range surface-to-air missile is a guided exoatmospheric, hit-to-kill missile which collides with an incoming warhead during its final trajectory at an altitude of 40km or above.
This is a ballistic missile developed for tactical purposes.
Designed to be mounted on the nation's light armed helicopters, this air-to-surface missile is used to strike armor units such as tanks and mechanized infantry.
We have developed the following core technologies that enable precision-strike capabilities.
This seeker utilizes a laser sensor to detect a target and marks the target for a guided weapon.
This laser light-based equipment measures distance to a target and designates it. It can be mounted on ground launch vehicles, helicopters, assault aircrafts, and unmanned systems.
Using ultraviolet and infrared imaging, this seeker enhances terminal guidance performance and is suitable for mid and long-range guided munitions.
Electronic Safe Arm Fuze is impact or impact-delay type for guided missile.
*ESAF : (Electronic Safe Arm Fuze)
This system produces control signals to direct flight control based on target information obtained from a seeker.
As a high-impact resistant navigation system that combines an inertial sensor built with a micro electro mechanical system (MEMS) and a multi-mode GPS receiver, this system is used for various tactical weapons and artillery ammunitions.
This inertial navigation system based on a ring laser gyroscope is used for a wide spectrum of weapon systems ranging from guided munitions aircrafts, naval vessels, and vehicle weapon control systems.
As a propulsion system developed to support hit-to-kill interceptors, this system makes rapid corrections of their flight path and altitude adjustments.
This motor contains two propellant segments separated by a barrier insulator, each with its own igniter. Its energy efficiency enhances the average speed and terminal speed of guided missiles, helping improve their mobility and precision.
This actuator is a core component of guidance systems, which converts electric signals from a remote terminal into motion and directs a missile to a target.