Rafael developed Iron Dome to provide a dual-role system which could be used for C-RAM and very-short-range air defence. Since 2011, Iron Dome has served as the lowest layer of the multi-layered Israeli air and missile defence network.
TP Group to aid Morpheus
The UK MoD has awarded Cheshire-based services and engineering business TP Group a £5 million ($6.45 million) contract, with a £1 million six-month option, to provide support for the British Army’s next-generation tactical communication and information system.
AIM-listed TP Group is expected to complete the contract in 2022.
According to a statement from TP, it will provide ‘multi-disciplinary customer support’ for the British Army’s £3.2 billion Land Environment Tactical Communication and Information Services & Systems programme, also known as Morpheus. This is designed to replace the existing Bowman C4I system by the end of the decade.
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