International Defense Electronics Company Orders Orbit’s Airborne Audio Management System for Conformal Airborne Early Warning (CAEW) Aircraft
Netanya, Israel, July 5, 2017 – Orbit Communications Systems Ltd. (TASE: ORBI) announced today that an international defense electronics company ordered an ADAMS airborne audio management system for a Gulfstream G550 Conformal Airborne Early Warning & Control aircraft of a leading air force.
Delivery of the Orbit solution, including all equipment, process documentation, spare parts, engineering support and an extended warranty, is expected in Q3 2018.
“We have a longstanding relationship with the customer and frequently join forces on customized R&D projects,” commented Eitan Livneh, CEO of Orbit. “They trust us to provide them with the latest technology, unstinting quality and continuous support.”
About Orbit’s ADAMS
Orbit’s ADAMS (Airborne Digital Audio Management System) was designed to meet the specific needs of advanced, large-crew mission aircraft. It is a fully digital and secure audio and control solution that integrates the routing and distribution of audio and data between various crew members including maintenance personnel, technicians and the host aircraft communications data and recording systems. With support for up to 20 full-capability and 8 intercom-only users, 16 radios, 31 receivers and 6 recording outputs, ADAMS is a discrete internal intercom network.
Orbit Communications Systems Ltd. is wholly-focused on precision tracking-based communications – in the areas of satcom, telemetry and remote sensing – and provides an innovative solution for airborne audio management. With certification by defense, government and commercial agencies, we deliver tailor-made, turnkey solutions at sea, on land and in the air. Orbit’s unique combination of smart design, high reliability and field-tested experience means that if you can conceive it, we can provide it.
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