Danish CV90s to get BAE radios
BAE Systems has entered a contract that will see it deliver and install Denmark-specific battle management radio systems in Denmark's CV9035 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs), it announced on 24 October.
The contract with the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) covers the fleet of 44 CV9035 tracked combat IFVs designed and built by BAE Systems Hägglunds. It includes industrial cooperation between the company and Danish industrial partners.
Peter Nygren, director of business development at BAE Systems Hägglunds, said: 'CV90 is a well demonstrated solution, combat proven by the Danish Army in Afghanistan. As a member of NATO, Denmark needs to have the CV90s in top condition.
'The CV90’s open electronic architecture allows for the integration of any country’s chosen system and regular updates of all key electronic systems. BAE Systems can tailor the fit of C4ISR systems for each customer and vehicle variant.'
The CV90s provides air defence, anti-tank capability, and high mobility in tactical environments.
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