Defence technology group Cobham has been awarded an order to supply NATO forces with leading-edge vehicle mounted Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detection equipment.
The £16m deal will be completed by Cobham's Antenna Systems this year.
Fred Cahill, VP Cobham Antenna Systems, said: "Cobham will deliver enhanced Counter-IED detection capabilities, which can be safely deployed from within the protection of mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles. These advanced systems are designed for the most demanding military requirements and complements existing technology which Cobham provides to protect lives and livelihoods."
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