Royal Netherlands Navy Purchases Thales's New NS100 Radar
- NS100 is suitable for a wide range of ships thanks to its scalability.
- NS100aEUR(tm)s dual-axis, multibeam technology enables optimal situational awareness.
- This contract reinforces ThalesaEUR(tm)s strong relationship with the Royal Netherlands Navy.
The Netherlands Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) and Thales have signed a contract for the delivery of a NS100 dual-axis multi-beam surveillance radar.
The system will be installed on HNLMS Rotterdam, to replace its 30-year old DA08 radar system. The NS100 will be installed in the second semester of 2017, in line with the ship’s maintenance schedule.
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The Royal Netherlands Navy selected Thales’s NS100 system because of its performance and its proven AESA technology. This technology enables a 3D cue to be given to both Goalkeeper Close-In Weapon Systems on the ship.
Furthermore, the selection for this radar has numerous logistic advantages since the Royal Netherlands Navy already operates the latest generation of Thales AESA radars on the majority of its vessels.
The NS100 radar incorporates a Thales IFF mode 5/S subsystem, making the Royal Netherlands Navy one of the first navies in the world to deploy this modern standard.
Source : Thales Group (Paris: HO.PA)
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