Marshall Land Systems Focus on Partnership, Integration and Support at Eurosatory 2012
Partnership, integration and support will be the focus of the Marshall Land Systems display on stand F705 in Hall 5 at Eurosatory taking place in Paris from 11 to 15 June 2012.
Marshall Land Systems works in partnership with the end user, customers and suppliers to provide its customers with solutions to their requirements. It manufactures, integrates and supports vehicle engineering solutions (e.g. flat racks and load beds); deployable, integrated workspaces for Command and Control, ISTAR, medical, workshops, forensic analysis and camp infrastructure; unmanned vehicles and control stations; and capability development. The company focuses on project management and working in partnership to deliver projects to time, cost and performance.
Systems integration is a key skill across all business areas. Questar® is a prime example where the company has integrated a chassis, power source, sensors and a control unit to provide a fast, agile, remotely controlled vehicle suitable for surveillance, reconnaissance, or communications rebroadcast. Questar® and EyeDrive, two of the company’s unmanned vehicles will be demonstrating their capabilities twice a day in the Unmanned Vehicle arena in Hall 5a.
Marshall Land Systems’ work in protected workspaces is recognised internationally. Core are project management skills and focus on partnership with customers and suppliers to develop, manufacture and integrate complex solutions such as deployable CT Scanners, forensic exploitation systems, ground control stations and C2ISTAR working environments.
In the area of vehicle engineering Marshall Land Systems completes vehicles to make them fit-for-role. This includes the UK’s nearly 7000 support vehicles where in partnership with the prime contractor over 23 different types have been provided. This partnership and working together with the customer is key to successful delivery of the solution. Other examples include stretcher fits, C4ISTAR shelters and forensic exploitation systems in shelters or on vehicles.
Source : Marshall Land Systems
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