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BMT receives UK MoD support contract extension

13th January 2014 - 15:51 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has elected to extend the in-service support of its T101 and T102 radars by BMT Reliability Consultants. The company has been issued a three-year contract extension with the Air Defence & Air Traffic Systems (ADATS) Delivery Team to manage the radar equipment, announced on 13 January.

The contract will see BMT continue to support the MoD in assessing the in-service performance of its T101 and T102 radars, ensuring that they are managed effectively, while delivering to the required operational availability.

The ADATS Delivery Team is responsible for the through-life management of current air defence and air traffic systems in deployed locations throughout the world. This includes providing surveillance capability to support military operations and enabling a safe, cost effective capability for air traffic management.

Flt Lt Dean Wilson, RAF of the ADATS DT, said: ‘The ADATS DT is pleased to renew its association with BMT Reliability Consultants as it provides essential support towards the achievement of our business objectives.’

Andrew Cooper, managing director, BMT Reliability Consultants, added: ‘We are specialists in availability, reliability and maintainability and have been providing these services to government and industry for over 30 years. The award of this contract further reinforces not only the unique skills and experience that we offer, but the longstanding partnership we have with the ADATS Delivery Team. We look forward to continuing in our commitment to providing an impartial assessment of the performance of the radars.’

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