Elbit Systems Awarded Contract To Supply CMSs To Royal Swedish Navy Sparo-class MCM Vessels
Elbit Methods Ltd. introduced that following a aggressive tender course of, its Swedish subsidiary, Elbit Methods Sweden AB. (“Elbit Methods Sweden”), was awarded a contract from the Swedish Defence Materials Administration (“FMV”) to provide the Albatross Fight Administration Methods (CMS) for the Royal Swedish Navy. The contract that’s in an quantity that’s not materials to Elbit Methods, shall be carried out over 34 months.
Tobias Wennberg, Normal Supervisor of Elbit Methods Sweden, stated: “We recognize the belief positioned by the Swedish Protection Materials Administration and the Swedish Armed Forces in our options. Elbit Methods sees a rising demand for its naval portfolio, with this award becoming a member of current contract awards from maritime clients throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific.”
Elbit Methods Sweden will provide the Albatross CMS for the Spårö Class Mine Countermeasures (MCM) Vessels of the Royal Swedish Navy. Albatross is a scalable open structure CMS that’s primarily based on the Firm’s E-CIX TM platform. Albatross CMS permits commanders and operators to obtain a typical operational image correlating underwater detection and floor tracks, primarily based on real-time information, dwell video streaming, and imagery information, thereby increasing the operational envelope, rising flexibility, and enabling efficient determination making throughout MCM missions.
Elbit Methods Ltd. is a global excessive expertise firm engaged in a variety of protection, homeland safety, and business packages all through the world. The Firm, which incorporates Elbit Methods and its subsidiaries, operates within the areas of aerospace, land and naval programs, command, management, communications, computer systems, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (“C4ISR”), unmanned plane programs, superior electro-optics, electro-optic area programs, EW suites, sign intelligence programs, information hyperlinks and communications programs, radios, cyber-based programs, and munitions.
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