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Harris Corp wins a $10 mn contract from Southeast Asia country for C4ISR systems 21410154.

| 2015
Defence & Security Industry News - Harris Corporation
Harris Corp wins a $10 mn contract from Southeast Asia country for C4ISR systems
Harris Corporation has received a $10 million order for wideband radio systems to support a Southeast Asia nation as part of its tactical communications modernization program. Harris will supply a range of products that will deliver command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities.
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Products ordered by this undisclosed country include handheld, fixed and vehicular configurations of the RF-7800 and RF-7850 multiband networking radios, as well as RF-3950 ruggedized tablets and Harris hC2 battle management software.

Among others systems to be delivered, the Harris RF-3590 Ruggedized Tablet provides high-performance application and computing capability in a lightweight, ruggedized package. It delivers a reliable, smartphone-like user experience in even the most extreme operational environments, and can be used to access tactical databases and full-motion ISR video, display situational awareness (SA), and run training or other secure applications. The RF-3590 also integrates directly with tactical wideband networks to enable real-time information sharing across the battlespace. Using the Android™ Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.4) operating system, the RF-3590 hosts an array of useful features for use at the tactical edge: it supports multiple embedded radios including 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0, commercial GPS, and wireless cellular; its 7-inch sunlight readable touchscreen display can be operated with a stylus or while wearing gloves; and it includes onboard front- and rear-facing cameras, a digital compass, and pressure, temperature and light sensors.

The radio systems will provide secure voice and data between fixed and tactical command posts and forward-deployed units. The radios' wideband data capabilities also support streaming video from helmet-mounted cameras.

"Harris is providing our customer a turnkey, end-to-end solution that integrates the most advanced wideband tactical radios with a state-of-the-art battle management system for information superiority," said Chris Young, president, Harris Communication Systems.



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