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Intracom enhances Hellenic Navy surveillance capabilities
Greek company Intracom Defense Electronics (IDE) announced on 16 March that it has completed a maritime surveillance programme for the Hellenic Navy.
IDE delivered integrated surveillance stations with long-range radars and other sensors to enhance the operational effectiveness and rapid reaction capability of the Hellenic Navy Command.
‘This capability will contribute to the national defense and security, providing increased maritime situation awareness to targeted areas of interest in the Mediterranean Sea,’ the company noted in a statement.
The solution for the Hellenic Navy employs the iDefender C2 platform for information management and distribution of data from the surveillance stations data to designated C2 sites.
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