Cambridge Systems to Provide Maritime Surveillance System to Iraqi Navy

17 October 2010 (Last Updated October 17th, 2010 18:30)

The US Navy has awarded a delivery order to Cambridge International Systems to provide a maritime surveillance system to the Iraqi Navy. Under the terms of the contract, Cambridge will supply new mobile (ashore) surveillance systems and provide a wide range of communications upgrades.

The US Navy has awarded a delivery order to Cambridge International Systems to provide a maritime surveillance system to the Iraqi Navy.

Under the terms of the contract, Cambridge will supply new mobile (ashore) surveillance systems and provide a wide range of communications upgrades.

The maritime surveillance system will improve command and control capabilities of the Iraqi Navy in monitoring and protecting its maritime assets and territorial waters.

The system will integrate with existing surveillance systems and components, whilst being fully interoperable with the navy's new patrol boats and offshore support vessels.

The contract is part of an existing US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWARSYSCOM) indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract.