Thales to install sensors and combat management system on Omani patrol vessels
Singapore-based ST Marine and Thales Nederland have signed a contract for the installation of sensors and a combat management system to be installed on the four Al-Ofouq class patrol ships being built by ST Marine for the Sultanate of Oman.
Thales will supply the Tacticos Combat Management System, the Variant surveillance radar and the STIR 1.2 EO Mk2 radar electro-optical tracking system and the ESM system. Thales is also responsible for all combat system integration activities.
Thales Nederland CEO Gerben Edelijn said 'We are very proud to have been awarded this contract as the international competition was fierce. This says very much about Thales' reputation and excellent technical solutions.'
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