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SGA2012: FLIR outlines interoperability importance in SE Asia

15th February 2012 - 07:09 GMT | by Andrew White in Singapore


South-East Asia continues to lack C4ISR interoperable architecture (IOA) due to constraints associated with ITAR restrictions, according to FLIR.

Speaking to Shephard at the Singapore Airshow on 15 February, FLIR director of airborne product management, Rob Kubis described how the region lacked exposure to IOA: 'South-East Asia is less exposed to [IOA] because of ITAR constraints for newer generation systems. But they understand the technology and are moving up pretty quickly,' he proclaimed.

Confirming how important IOA was in FLIR's business roadmap, Kubis described how the IOA market was 'getting better with every year'.

'The [US] DoD is leading the

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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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