NIMR Automotive shows its ability to provide multi-role 4×4 armoured vehicles At ISNR 2016

18TH March, 2016 – At ISNR 2016, the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience in Abu Dhabi, the UAE Company NIMR Automotive presents two variants of its AJBAN class family of 4×4 armoured vehicle in police and SWAT team variant.

The AJBAN Class of 4×4 vehicles provides a multipurpose platform for all military requirements at 9 tonnes capacity from utility vehicles to fully protected patrol vehicles.

A universal 4×4 chassis is utilised for a common logistic footprint to the user to minimize the burden of training, maintenance and spare parts management. All vehicles in the AJBAN Class can be protected, and specific protected models are included for crew survivability with fully tested and certified cabins.

The Police version showed at ISNR 2016 is based on the AJBAN 440 variant which is a protected vehicle with a four man armoured cabin offering high level of protection against ballistic threats and blast of IEDs.

The AJBAN 440 is manufactured using the universal 4×4 chassis of AJBAN family. This vehicle incorporates latest engineering developments such as a new electrical architecture and power management system, new
dashboard, seats, interior trim, wheels and cabin design. The front part of the vehicle is fitted with the power pack, the crew compartment is in the middle and a cargo area is available at the rear of the chassis.
The second vehicle presented by NIMR at ISNR 2016 is the AJBAN ISV SWAT Vehicle. The AJBAN ISV is an internal security 4×4 vehicle especially designed for Special Units of Police Forces.

The ISV SWAT vehicle presented at ISNR 2016 is fitted with an assault ladder. With this new version, NIMR Automotive show is ability to provide its armoured vehicle ready to be used for a full range of mission and application based on multirole platform.

The AJBAN ISV SWAT fitted with an assault ladder is designed to support a special police team during counter-terrorist, hostage rescue or police missions. Ten police officers have access to the roof of a vehicle thanks to a ladder and a large platform with safety features: non-slip floor, handrail and armour protection on shield ramps.