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Indo Defence 2016: Terma widens SE Asia maritime surveillance

3rd November 2016 - 05:26 GMT | by Tim Fish in Jakarta

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Danish surveillance radar manufacturer Terma is to fit its Scanter 4100 radar to the second upgraded Indonesian Navy Fatahillah-class corvette.

A spokesperson from the company told Shephard that the plans are in place and discussions are ongoing, although it still requires officials to give their final approval.

Terma has already delivered a 4100 naval air and surface surveillance radar for the first of the two corvettes as part of a strategy aimed at upgrading older naval vessels to give them an improved 2D surveillance radar capability.

The system is able to detect and track small targets from the radar

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Tim Fish is a special correspondent for Shephard Media. Formerly the editor of Land Warfare …

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