Terma to maintain Scanter radars in India
Terma has received a contract to maintain its Scanter radars in India, the company announced on 15 May.
The five-year contract will see Terma, in collaboration with Aatash Norcontrol, maintain 11 Scanter radars strategically located to provide continuous coverage of the entire Gulf of Kutch. The contract was awarded by Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships.
Aatash Norcontrol, with its expertise in vessel tracking and port management systems, has completed several projects of national importance has been selected as Terma’s service partner for India.
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