INVISIO announces new NATO country V60 order
INVISIO will supply its INVISIO V60 communication and hearing protection system to an unnamed NATO country’s army under an order announced on 17 October.
The order will see the company provide additional INVISIO V60 units to those delivered under a contract placed by the customer in late 2012. Delivery under this contract will take place during the fourth quarter of 2013.
INVISIO V60 is an advanced communication and hearing protection system for modern military forces. The solution provides the user with a very light, compact and flexible communication system with built-in hearing protection and hear-through, which enables 360-degree situational awareness.
Lars Højgård Hansen, CEO, INVISIO Communications, said: ‘We are very happy that the customer acquires additional systems to an increased number of users. The new order is an acknowledgment of the fact that our solution functions very well and meets the most demanding users’ needs and requirements.’
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