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Denmark extends cooperation with Systematic
Systematic will continue to deliver its SitaWare solution to the Danish armed forces for another seven years, the company announced on 8 June. The extended contract has a value of $25 million.
The contract gives the Danish armed forces an unlimited number of users for its implementation of the SitaWare software suite, as well as updates.
The SitaWare suite is designed to provide situational awareness of blue and red force data at all levels of command across headquarters, mounted and dismounted environments, as well as easier cooperation with other forces.
The solution allows soldiers to communicate via tablets and smartphones – including in areas where there is no internet access or mobile phone coverage. This solution makes it easier to establish an overview of hostile positions, as well as ensuring improved situational awareness and safety.
Henrik Messell, group SVP at Systematic, said: ‘We are very pleased and honoured that the Danish armed forces have chosen to continue their cooperation with us. Danish Defence is a knowledgeable working partner that helps us identify how and in which direction our products should evolve. This good working relationship will not only benefit Systematic and the Danish armed forces, but also the countries with which Danish Defence collaborates.’
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