WiSPR to be deployed in Armored Vehicles of the Lithuanian Army
IDE (INTRACOM Defense Electronics) received an order from NSPA (NATO Support and Procurement Agency) for WiSPR intercommunication systems with initial value 1.3 million Euro.
The systems will be deployed in different types of armored vehicles of the Lithuanian Army. The Lithuanian Army will be the 6th NATO user of the vehicular intercom system WiSPR (Wideband Intercom & Secure Packet Radio). Program deliveries will be implemented within 2017.
WiSPR is a state-of-the-art digital intercommunication system with leading performance in vehicular noise reduction and versatile system architecture, capable of adapting to a variety of operational requirements.
The system is designed and produced by IDE in Greece and it is characterized by its reduced logistics footprint, reliability and ease of use.
IDE, Greece’s leading defense electronics and communication systems provider, is a subsidiary of Intracom Holdings, one of the largest multinational technology groups in Greece. IDE possesses unique know-how in design, development and manufacturing of products that incorporate state-of-the-art technology in tactical military communication systems, encryption devices, command, control and voice communication systems (C³I), surveillance, reconnaissance and security systems, hybrid electric power and electric energy storage systems, missile data links and electronic components, software for military applications and testing equipment.
IDE participates in international development and production programs, as well as in international cooperations for the production and export of defense equipment and is a registered member on NATO’s vendors list. The Company’s products and services are deployed in Cyprus, England, Finland, France, Germany, Luxemburg (NSPA), Sweden and the USA.
For more information please visit: www.intracomdefense.com