Kongsberg has received an order valued at $31 million for the delivery of Protector Weapon Control System including logistics for the Swiss vehicle program GMTF RP13.
This contract is the fourth major Protector RWS contract between the Swiss Army and Kongsberg since 2006.
Deliveries will commence February 2015, and the systems will be produced in Kongsberg, Norway.
Protector Remote Weapon Station is designed for small and medium caliber weapons and can be installed on any type of platform; it is a fully stabilized, combat proven system qualified for global operations. The Protector Weapon Control System protects military troops by allowing the vehicle's weapons to be operated from a protected position inside the vehicle.
As of 2013 the Protector has been chosen by 17 nations and Kongsberg continues to be the world’s leading provider of Remote Weapon Stations.
Kongsberg has signed a long term Framework Agreement with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) for support, maintenance and further development of systems delivered by KONGSBERG onboard the RNoN's combat vessels and training centers. The Framework Agreement is valid from 1st January 2014 with duration of 6 years
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