Electronics

EADS Defence & Security radars protect Royal Navy vessels

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01/01/2017

Sophisticated identification systems avoid accidental attacks on friendly forces and support new Air Traffic Control requirements
New equipment increases situational awareness for allied forces and improves security for airborne and naval forces
250 systems under contract worldwide
Identification Systems from EADS Defence & Security protect UK Royal Navy ships (to be seen here German Navy S143 fast patrol boats equipped with MSSR 2000 I). Photo: EADS Defence & Security

Finmeccanica wins contracts in Libya worth EUR 247 million

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247,000,000 EUR
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08/12/2010

Through the consortium comprising Ansaldo STS and SELEX Communications, Finmeccanica and Zarubezhstroytechnology, a subsidiary of Russian Railways JSC RZD, have signed a contract worth a total of about EUR 247 million to build signalling, automation, telecommunications, power supply, security and ticketing systems on the Sirth to Benghazi line in Libya. Approximately 202 million pertains to Ansaldo STS, as leader of the consortium with 81.8%, and around EUR 45 million to SELEX Communications.

Harris Corporation Awarded $6 Million Order to Provide Falcon III Multiband Networking Radios to African Nation

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6,000,000 USD
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06/16/2010

PARIS, June 16, 2010 (Eurosatory Booth #H571) — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has received a $6 million order to supply an African nation with Falcon III® RF-7800M multiband networking radios, universal remote controls and other tactical communications equipment.

Harris Corporation Receives $112 Million Order from Australian Department of Defence for Networked Battlefield Communications

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112,000,000 USD
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04/07/2010

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA/ROCHESTER, NY, April 7, 2010 — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has received a US$112 million (AUD$135 million) order for Falcon® tactical radio systems that will provide battlefield networking capabilities to the Australian Department of Defence. The order consists primarily of Harris Falcon III® AN/PRC-152(C) multiband handheld radios, but also includes Harris Falcon III® AN/PRC-117G wideband, AN/PRC-117F multiband and AN/PRC-150(C) high-frequency (HF) manpack radios.

Harris Corporation Technology to Modernize Air Traffic Control Communications Throughout the Philippines

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12/23/2009

GATINEAU, QC, Canada, December 23, 2009 — Air traffic control and radio communications technology from Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) will provide critical air-to-ground and ground-to-ground digital communications services for a new Manila Area Control Center in the Philippines — connecting it with remote sites throughout the 7,000-island nation.

Harris Corporation Receives Orders Totaling $99 Million for Falcon Radios and Sensors from Military Customer in Asia

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99,000,000 USD
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06/08/2010

ROCHESTER, NY, July 8, 2010 — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has received orders totaling $99 million to supply C4I systems, including Falcon tactical radios and sensors, to a military customer in Asia.

Harris Corporation Receives $8 Million Order for Tactical Communication Systems from Nation in Middle East

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8,000,000 USD
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07/27/2010

ROCHESTER, NY, July 27, 2010 — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has received an $8 million order to supply tactical communication systems and Falcon II® and Falcon III radios to a customer in the Middle East.
Harris has been contracted to develop the system design and architecture as well as implement the first phase of an important Command, Control and Communications (C3) system for the nation's armed forces. The C3 system will provide users with integrated tactical voice and data communications.

Honeywell to Provide Navigation Control for Argentina's First Geostationary Satellite

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2,400,000 USD
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2 years
Announcement Date: 
07/09/2010

PHOENIX, Aug. 9, 2010 -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced today that it will provide the stability equipment for Argentina’s first geostationary telecom satellite in a contract worth $2.4 million. Honeywell’s Reaction Wheel Assemblies (RWA) and Miniature Inertial Measurement Units (MIMU) are integral parts of the ARSAT-1 satellite’s Attitude Control System. “Honeywell is the only U.S. company selected in the competition for Argentina’s first GEO satellite program” said Dave Douglass, Honeywell vice president of Space, Missiles and Munitions.

Astrium wins €7.5 million contract from the European Space Agency for satellite image processing until 2013

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75,000,000 EUR
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3 years
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07/20/2010

Farnborough, 20 July 2010
Astrium Services wholly owned subsidiary, Infoterra Ltd, has secured a further three year contract from the Farnborough Multi-Mission Processing and Archiving Facility (UK-MM-PAF) on behalf of the European Space Agency. Worth €7.5 million, the contract will see Infoterra continuing to deliver an operational service that will support the download and processing of images from both the ERS and ENVISAT satellite space missions.

Astrium will develop the Atomic Clock Ensemble in Space (ACES) for the European Space Agency

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35,000,000 EUR
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3 years
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07/19/2010

The ACES payload accommodates a new generation of atomic clocks on the International Space Station (ISS) for fundamental physics experiments
Contract value for the full development of the ACES is €35 M

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