Invisio equipment for US Army SFABs
Invisio has received a $2.8 million order to provide communication equipment for the US Army’s Security Force Assistance Brigades (SFAB), the company announced on 11 April.
Under the contract, Invisio will deliver systems that provide hearing protection while allowing users to communicate and maintain situational awareness in challenging environments.
Lars Højgård Hansen, CEO of Invisio, said: ‘It is outstanding to see the US Army equipping additional SFABs with our communication systems. It proves that they have confidence in us and that our systems meet the communication needs of users in mission-critical environments. For military and security forces, hearing, communication and situational awareness play a crucial role for safety and operational capacity.’
Deliveries will take place April-September 2019.
The SFABs are specialised units that conduct advise-and-assist operations with allied and partner nations.
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