Monday, February 9, 2009

SELEX Communications will participate at the 7th edition of Aero India, the tradeshow held in Bangalore from 11th to 15th Feb 2009, exhibiting a wide range of its avionics and telecommunication solutions.
SELEX Communications will be present in the Finmeccanica stand at Hall C, stand number 24.India is currently the first country in strategic importance for Finmeccanica, immediately after domestic markets Italy and UK, with a large sustainable defence market growth rate and volume and significant opportunities in all business sectors.
Finmeccanica is present in the Indian market since years ’70s with a long sequence of successes both in military and commercial fields and it is strongly committed to strengthen footprint in the market by establishing and consolidating industrial alliances with key local companies and investing to achieve leadership.
Recognized as the partner of choice for any customer, the Group provides the maximum self reliance by means of transfer of know-how and technology to local industry or establishment of in country support companies. Also Finmeccanica represents the best partner for national and international companies in the sector, thanks to its demonstrated flexibility and experience during 30 years of co-operations.
In particular SELEX Communications is well-known for its involvement in three major national program: Future Soldier (F-INSAS Programme for Indian Army future soldier system); Tactical Communication System for the Indian Army; Battle Management System.
The SELEX Communications participation in this exhibition aims to offer an overview of the company capabilities. On display there will be SELEX Communications best products in avionics sector such as: M424 Transponder, LOAM and the New Generation Doppler Velocity Sensor ANV 353.
SELEX Communications will also exhibit the 1090 ADS – B airborne receiver, designed for use on transport aircraft and general aviation platforms and the ADS-B ground station, enabling air traffic surveillance and full remote control and monitoring.

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