INVISIO receives US DoD order
INVISIO has received a $3.13 million order from an existing US Department of Defense customer to deliver its communication and hearing protection systems, the company announced on 15 March.
INVISIO’s soldier system combines highly advanced headsets and control units. The integrated system has been designed to protect the hearing of soldiers on the battlefield, while also allowing them to maintain situational awareness and communicate effectively through their radios and intercom systems.
Delivery is scheduled over the next two quarters.
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