Cobham will showcase its communication systems and Integrated Surveillance Solutions at Defexpo 2014, 6-9 February at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
"We are delighted to be attending DEFEXPO, India's largest defence and security exhibition," said Lee Griffiths, Managing Director of Cobham's office in New Delhi. "It is an important showcase for our wide ranging land and marine capabilities. Cobham has had a long and successful association with India, primarily in the aerospace domain, and we are looking forward to discussions with customers and partners at DEFEXPO on how we can further support India's emerging defence and security requirements.”
The company exhibit will have land and maritime mesh radios, and satellite communications antennas and terminals; intercom systems for ground vehicle crewmembers; mast antennas and signals interference cancelling equipment for vehicle-mounted terrestrial communication.
Cobham will showcase Integrated Surveillance Solutions such as audio, video, and cellular surveillance, cameras and sensors, command and control products, IP mesh solutions, and tagging, tracking and locating products. Also Counter-IED technologies and training, parachutist oxygen equipment and support; aircraft and ground vehicle crew safety and Pinpoint gunshot detection system.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has awarded a new contract to continue its dedicated airborne search and rescue capability when the current contracts expire. Cobham SAR Services Pty Ltd will begin providing a search and rescue service for AMSA from August 2016
Cobham announces that its acquisition of Aeroflex Holding Corp has been successfully completed following the receipt of regulatory and shareholder approvals. The transaction has an enterprise value of approximately US$1,460m
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