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DIMDEX: Middle-East shows appetite for smaller C4ISR functionality

25th March 2014 - 09:52 GMT | by Andrew White in Doha


Middle-East navies are seeking to equip smaller and smaller platforms with maritime C4ISR capabilities, Danish company Terma has identified.

Speaking to Shephard at DIMDEX, VP for Defense & Security, Thomas Leistiko detailed the changing trend in the region with operators looking to equip a variety of platforms from OPVs and Corvettes down to RHIBs and USVs.

‘There is a good move towards multi-mission, small/medium-sized platforms. Our systems will help quite significantly,’ Leistiko said. Specifically, he outlined demand for C2, sensor and weapons integration and communications suites.

‘The Middle-East currently has this capability on larger platforms but what is changing

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Andrew White


Andrew White

Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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