Rheinmetall Nordic AS Wins Major Order in Malaysia
- Vingtaqs II observation system to be mounted on new all-terrain vehicles
With a total volume of around EUR36 million, this is the largest single order ever booked by Rheinmetall Nordic AS or its predecessor Simrad Optronics AS.
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The customer is DRB-Hicom Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd (Deftech) of Malaysia. The order also encompasses training, system integration and documentation.
The Vingtaqs II systems will be integrated into newly built AV8 all-terrain vehicles made by the Turkish company FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S., which are to be delivered during the period 2014 to 2018.
"This contract demonstrates the terrific market potential of our new Vingtaqs systems. What's more, because of our strong goal orientation and clear priorities, we were able to win this contract in less than two years", declares Jon Asbjorn Bo, CEO of Rheinmetall Nordic AS, adding that "the order serves as a valuable reference for future sales".
Vingtaqs II long range - surveillance, observation and reconnaissance system
The Vingtaqs II accurately determines target coordinates at long distances from the vehicle forward observer position. A standalone system, the Vingtaqs II can be integrated at low cost into a wide variety of vehicles. The system also accommodates instrumentation for laser-designated targeting, enabling it to support forward air controller operations. Moreover, thanks to a high degree of modularity, it can be readily configured to meet individual customer requirements.
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