Invisio receives Belgian follow-on order
The Belgian Army has placed a follow-on order with Invisio for communication and hearing protection systems.
The order was received in partnership with main contractor, Thales Belgium, with deliveries to be complete in the first half of 2020.
Invisio won the Belgian Army’s procurement contract for communication and hearing protection solutions in October 2019. The programme aims to protect soldiers’ hearing while improving their ability to communicate in critical environments.
Lars Højgård Hansen, CEO of INVISIO Communications, said: ‘Winning the Belgian Army’s contract in October is significant for Invisio in that it is one of several indications that the defence and security industry is starting to increase its focus on the need for communication and hearing protection in critical environments. This expected follow-up order means that the partnership is developing according to plan.’
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