Elbit Systems wins follow-on order for digital soldier systems
Israel’s Elbit Systems has secured a follow-up order from the Dutch Ministry of Defense (MO) for $ 50 million to supply additional digital military and automotive systems to the Royal Dutch Army (RNLA).
The works under the contract will be carried out for a period of three years.
As agreed, Elbit Systems will deliver digital military systems and automotive integration of enhanced combat networking capabilities, including TORCH-XTM Disassembled Control and Command Systems and E-LynX ™ The software defines RNLA radio systems.
The solutions will be designed in accordance with the requirements presented by the Dutch Defense Materials Organization, which supports the modernization of the RNLA.
Elbit Systems C4I and Cyber General Manager Chaim Delmar said: “We are pleased to have been given the opportunity to continue to provide the RNLA with enhanced combat networking capabilities by supporting them throughout their military modernization program.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Defense on programs that contribute to the survival and effectiveness of Dutch troops.”
Separately, the Dutch Defense Ministry has awarded another initial $ 15 million contract to the Israeli company for microcular night vision systems XACT nv32.
XACT nv32, which provides high-resolution images in adverse conditions, will be used by the Dutch Armed Forces.
The Dutch Ministry of Defense may place additional follow-up orders for a period of seven years under this contract.
Last month, Elbit Systems secured a supply contract E-LynX Software Defined Radio (SDR) solution for the combat battalion of the Spanish army.