Cobham awarded contracts valued at US$26m for US Army digital vehicle intercom systems
Cobham plc (‘Cobham') announces that its Cobham Defense Communications business has received further contract releases valued at US $26 million from Northrop Grumman Corporation for the ongoing supply of its ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) digital vehicular intercom systems in support of US Army Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) requirements. The intercom system provides enhanced communication and situational awareness to users of wheeled and tracked military vehicles including the mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) and the recently fielded M-ATV (MRAP All Terrain Vehicle). All deliveries will be made by the end of 2010.
"The demand for our digital vehicle intercom systems continues to grow, with more than 140,000 systems already fielded with 22 armies around the world," said Cobham Defense Communications Vice President, Steve Collier.
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