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Scytalys to develop national C2 system for Indonesia

2nd September 2020 - 10:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


EFA Group subsidiary Scytalys on 1 September announced a $49 million contract award to provide an interoperable C2 system for Indonesia, as the armed forces of the Southeast Asian country move towards network-centric operations.

The contract from the Indonesian MoD was awarded after an open tender, and it follows other deals for Scytalys in Japan and South Korea.

Scytalys said it would deliver the C2 system within three years, with elements such as a national data link system for Indonesia. The Greek company will also design and develop a centralised modern C4ISR system and related new facilities, synthesising a common operational picture and increasing situational awareness.

Other work will include integration of the army, navy and air force command centres into the national C4ISR system; and design and development of an integrated remote surveillance and monitoring system, further enhancing situational awareness and interoperability.

‘Scytalys is committed in delivering a turnkey solution that will fully satisfy the Indonesian MoD’s requirements,’ said CEO Dimitris Karantzavelos.

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