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24 février 2015 2 24 /02 /février /2015 17:50
Working with Danish Industry - Danish Defence & Aerospace Conference 2015

18 févr. 2015 BAE Systems


During the past two years we’ve worked with 40 Danish companies across our Air, Land, Maritime and Security global supply chain. If you look back over the past ten years then we have worked with 125 Danish firms.In this short video clip you can listen to some of our partners explaining the benefits of working with BAE Systems

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30 janvier 2015 5 30 /01 /janvier /2015 12:50
Terma to install modular aircraft survivability pod on RNLAF NH-90 helicopters

Terma has received the contract to supply modular aircraft survivability equipment pod for the RNLAF NH-90 helicopters. Photo TERMA.


30 January 2015 airforce-technology.com


Terma has been awarded a contract to supply self-protection equipment for the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) NH-90 multi-role military helicopters.


Under the contract, the company will supply and integrate the modular aircraft survivability (MASE) pod onto the Dutch NH-90 helicopters.


Terma Defense & Security Airborne Applications vice-president Jesper Petersen said: "This strongly indicates that RNLAF have confidence in our solutions.


"This applies to system performance, the entire process, and the collaboration between the air force and Terma."


The MASE pod is equipped with missile warning sensors, chaff / flare dispenser modules, and latest version of Terma's ALQ-213 electronic warfare management system. It protects medium and large helicopters against heat-seeking missiles, while simultaneously improving the pilot's situational awareness.


The pod's modular design allows for future integration of coming sensors and new requirements.


Originally, the pod was developed in 2003 for installation on the AH-64D Apache helicopter. It has since been fielded on other helicopter platforms including CH-47D/F Chinook, AS 550 Fennec, EH-101 Merlin, HH-60G Pave Hawk, as well as Mi17, and Mi24 platforms.


Terma has partnered with the RNLAF and the Netherlands' Defence Materiel Organization for more than 20 years, integrating the electronic warfare solutions on a variety of aircraft platforms.


The NH-90 is a medium sized helicopter built by NH Industries in two variants, namely tactical transport helicopter, to transport 20 troops or 2500kg of cargo for standard heliborne operations, and an antisubmarine and anti-surface warfare aircraft called Nato frigate helicopter (NFH).


The RNLAF and the Dutch Navy currently operate the NH90 NFH helicopters.


Apart from the Netherlands, the helicopters are also used by Australia, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Greece, Oman, and New Zealand.

Terma to install modular aircraft survivability pod on RNLAF NH-90 helicopters
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10 septembre 2013 2 10 /09 /septembre /2013 12:50
Terma Announces Two Mid-life Upgrade Contracts With the Danish Navy

Sep 10, 2013 ASDNews Source : Terma A/S


The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) has chosen Terma’s solutions for its Mid-Life Upgrade of the Danish Navy’s Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs). During the next four years, the THETIS-class OPVs will be updated with the SCANTER 4100 radar and the C-Flex command & Control System.


Terma will deliver four SCANTER 4100 radar systems, with an option for an additional four systems. The additional systems are aimed at training at the Danish Navy’s schools, as well as extra systems for the KNUD RASMUSSEN-class OPVs, which the Danish government in 2012 decided to expand with an additional ship. Furthermore, Terma is to support the deliveries with spare parts and technical preparedness.


Thomas Blom, Vice President, Naval, is very pleased with contract: “We are proud that the Royal Danish Navy once again has selected Terma as their supplier of solutions for the Danish vessels. This is an invaluable sign of trust, and a stamp of quality for our products”.


The first radar must be operational in mid-2014, and the remaining radars towards the end of 2014. Among others, Terma has already supplied the SCANTER 4100 radar to Royal Navy’s HMS Clyde and the Brazilian Navy’s Amazonas-class.


The C-Flex Command & Control system will replace the ship’s existing C3 solution. C-Flex will support the full mission cycle in maritime domain security and surveillance by integrating the shipboard sensor and weapon systems to generate a real-time confident situational awareness display that can be shared in full over datalink.


Today, the Terma C-Flex is the preferred solution across the Royal Danish Navy’s platforms and supplied in customized versions to a number of navies throughout the world, including the Romanian Navy, the Royal Thai Navy, and other ASEAN countries.


The Danish Navy’s four THETIS-class OPVs have been operating successfully in the Northern Atlantic seas surrounding Greenland and The Faroe Islands for 20 years. With the Mid-Life Upgrades, the ships will continue to patrol the Arctic waters for years to come.

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