The Swiss Federal Office for Defense Procurement (Armasuisse) has contracted Elbit Systems to supply Command and Control (C2) systems for the Tactical Reconnaissance System (TASYS) of the Swiss Armed Forces.
The value of the contract is $15 million. The contract will be performed over a three-year period, the company said in a statement on April 16.
The TASYS system will be mounted on General Dynamics-built Mowag Eagle V 6×6 vehicles, 100 units of which the Swiss Army bought in November 2019.
Under the contract, Elbit will provide the reconnaissance battalions and forward observers of the Swiss Army with C2 systems that improve target acquisition, prioritizing and data dissemination capabilities and will enable the generation of a common operational picture, thereby facilitating rapid decision making and effective engagement.