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16 April 2012

SELEX Galileo Brings Latest Surveillance Technology to DSA 2012

SELEX Galileo is promoting its advanced defence electronics technologies to Malaysia and the Asia Pacific region.

SELEX Galileo already supplies several operationally proven technologies into Malaysia such as the Seaspray radar, multi sensor turret electro-optic system, SKY GUARDIAN ESM & RWR and LINAPS artillery pointing system and we’re competing for a number of further programmes to help deliver Malaysia’s future capability requirements.” said Tim Savory, SELEX Galileo’s VP for Far East regional marketing, adding “We’re now looking to form stronger partnerships and potentially enter into joint ventures with Malaysian companies to strengthen local involvement in future programmes.

At DSA, SELEX Galileo is promoting its manned and unmanned surveillance mission system capabilities for Malaysia’s maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) requirement to help patrol the Malacca Straits against piracy and smuggling. Ideally suited for the purpose is SELEX Galileo’s ATOS system, sold to a number of domestic and international customers and installed on more than 10 different platforms.

The company is also looking to promote its proven FALCO UAS, in successful operation with four export customers.

In the battlespace, SELEX Galileo is promoting a whole range of situational awareness aids for ground troops ranging from individual handheld thermal imagers to complete integrated awareness systems such as the ROAD MARSHALL for land vehicles.

Proudly supporting the Eurofighter TYPHOON campaign for Malaysia’s MRCA competition, SELEX Galileo is highlighting their ability to deliver mission critical systems for the fighter such as the PRAETORIAN electronic warfare suite, the PIRATE IRST for stealth operations and the CAPTOR-M radar, one of the TYPHOON’s main sensors. SELEX Galileo is responsible for 60% of the Eurofighter TYPHOON’s avionics and will be a key partner in bringing the technology to Malaysia if the aircraft is chosen.

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