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Australia begins search for personal ECM
The Australian Army has released an RfP for a new Personal Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) system.
In the document, the Australian Department of Defence calls for industry solutions to help it explore next-generation technologies that would allow development of a personal ECM system.
This procurement will be the third tranche in the Land 154 Phase 4 project that will introduce joint counter-IED and joint counter-explosive hazards equipment from 2020-26.
The RfP’s Challenge Statement, released on 16 August, stated that it recognised that ‘due to the highly constrained size, weight and power [SWaP] considerations, within the context of a rapidly evolving …
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