Indra radar for Danish air bases
Indra has been awarded a contract to provide radar systems to support air traffic management at three Danish air force bases, the company announced on 6 September.
Indra won the contract following an international public tender run by the Danish Ministry of Defense, via the Danish Defense Acquisition and Logistics Organization.
The company will provide three systems, each featuring a PSR primary radar and an MSSR secondary radar. These systems will boost airspace surveillance and air operations at the Karup, Skrydstrup and Aalborg airfields.
The PSR primary radar has high operational ratio with the ability to cross-select equipment from the main and backup chains in the event of element failure, while the secondary radar can operate in cluster mode, working in coordination with other radars to avoid repeatedly interrogating the same aircraft.
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