Safran Electronics & Protection Australasia is happy to announce it has been awarded a contract by Collins Aerospace to offer its full suite of superior transportable optronics to the Australian Defence Drive (ADF) as a part of the Land 17 Section 2 Digital Terminal Management Programs (DTCS) Functionality Assurance Program. Safran will full supply of this tools by mid-2023. By way of this contract Safran continues its long-standing help of Collins Aerospace and the ADF. Safran’s JIM Compact, Moskito TI and Sterna methods, together with tripods, will all be built-in by Collins Aerospace into the ADFs subsequent technology DTCS.

Safran Electronics & Protection presents a wide selection of transportable optronic merchandise, together with state-of-the-art multi-spectral binoculars, goal locators and laser rangefinders, all deployed worldwide by Joint Fires Observers (JFOs), Joint Terminal Assault Controllers (JTACs) and Particular Forces. These units function the newest digital software program features and are suitable with customary battle administration methods for dismounted fight. Safran’s Sterna is a gyro-based goal acquisition system that precisely finds true north in just about all terrains. It would give the Australian Defence Drive a brand-new functionality, providing essential help to operators who require a excessive stage of accuracy no matter climate, battlespace interference or GPS-denied environments.


Michael Corridor, Head of Gross sales & Advertising and marketing at Safran Electronics & Protection Australasia, stated,:“We’re very proud to ship our suite of optronic methods to the ADF. This contract marks an necessary milestone for Safran Electronics & Protection, increasing our footprint for transportable optronics and permitting the ADF to find Sterna’s unequalled capabilities. We sit up for persevering with our long-standing and productive relationship with Collins Aerospace.”

Safran is a world high-technology group, working within the aviation (propulsion, tools and interiors), protection and area markets. Its core goal is to contribute to a safer, extra sustainable world, the place air transport is extra environmentally pleasant, snug and accessible. Safran has a world presence, with 76,800 staff and gross sales of 15.3 billion euros in 2021, and holds, alone or in partnership, world or regional management positions in its core markets. Safran is listed on the Euronext Paris inventory change and is a part of the CAC 40 and Euro Stoxx 50 indices. Safran Electronics & Protection Australasia has full entry to Safran’s OEM data and world community to regionally help its prospects. Safran Electronics & Protection Australasia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Safran Electronics & Protection based mostly in Sydney, Australia.