Critical Software selected by AgustaWestland
Critical Software has announced that it has been selected by AgustaWestland to work on a new mission planning system for its current Apache helicopter fleet and the upcoming AW159 Wildcat helicopters. Under the agreement, Critical Software will develop additional functionality for the system as well as managing overall systems integration.
According to the company, the work will enhance the AW159 Wildcat’s fleet in battlefield utility, SAR and anti-surface warfare roles.
The work on the new system will be carried out at Critical Software’s new Yeovil office in close collaboration with AgustaWestland, the MOD and other suppliers.
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