INVISIO receives new US DoD order
INVISIO has received an $11.93 million order from a new customer within the US Department of Defense for its communication and hearing protection systems, the company announced on 5 April.
The order has been received through the company’s newly awarded GSA contract.
INVISIO’s soldier system is a combination of integrated headsets and control units. The system is designed to protect the hearing of soldiers in the battlefield, while also allowing them to maintain situational awareness and communicate effectively through their radios and intercom systems.
Lars Højgård Hansen, CEO of INVISIO, said: ‘We are proud to deliver our advanced communication systems to new units within the US Department of Defense. INVISIO’s systems are world leading in its segment and with this order we are strengthening our position further.’
The order will be delivered between April and September 2019.
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