Danish Armed Forces to receive New mobile sensor systems

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Read: 969     10:06     21 January 2022    

The Danish Ministry of Defence's Materiel and Procurement Agency has signed a new agreement on the supply of mobile sensor systems to the Armed Forces. A product that has been developed through an international industrial collaboration.


On 13 January, the head of FMI, Lieutenant General Kim Jesper Jørgensen, signed a seven-year framework agreement with the Danish defense company Precision Technic Defense (PTD) for the delivery of new sensor systems. The new agreement includes platform-based sensor systems as well as a service and maintenance contract. The mobile sensor system is handed out to users from both the Army, the Air Force and the Navy. The procurement agreement secures the Armed Forces technologically up-to-date observation and sensor equipment, which provides increased opportunities for accurate meter recognition at long distances.

The system is platform-based and can be mounted on a vehicle, for example. The system itself, which is acquired, consists of a sensor that can observe and target targets over long distances both day and night in all kinds of weather via a camera. The sensor is operated with a remote-controlled controller and an included screen.

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Danish Armed Forces to receive New mobile sensor systems

2022/01/1642716455.jpg
Read: 970     10:06     21 January 2022    

The Danish Ministry of Defence's Materiel and Procurement Agency has signed a new agreement on the supply of mobile sensor systems to the Armed Forces. A product that has been developed through an international industrial collaboration.


On 13 January, the head of FMI, Lieutenant General Kim Jesper Jørgensen, signed a seven-year framework agreement with the Danish defense company Precision Technic Defense (PTD) for the delivery of new sensor systems. The new agreement includes platform-based sensor systems as well as a service and maintenance contract. The mobile sensor system is handed out to users from both the Army, the Air Force and the Navy. The procurement agreement secures the Armed Forces technologically up-to-date observation and sensor equipment, which provides increased opportunities for accurate meter recognition at long distances.

The system is platform-based and can be mounted on a vehicle, for example. The system itself, which is acquired, consists of a sensor that can observe and target targets over long distances both day and night in all kinds of weather via a camera. The sensor is operated with a remote-controlled controller and an included screen.

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