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Cobham showcasing safety and security capabilities at AUSA

Posted 5 October 2018 · Add Comment

At the largest land warfare tradeshow in North America, the Association of United States Army Exhibition (AUSA) - taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 8th to 10th October - Cobham will be showcasing its safety and security capabilities, including its Mobile Aircrew Restraint System (MARS) and Integrated Communications Environment solutions.

Cobham’s MARS is easily adapted to existing or emerging aircrew harnesses or belts whilst ensuring increased safety and crew member survivability during a helicopter crash.

As a provider of integrated communications, Cobham will be showing its Integrated Communications Environment product range, allowing for users to streamline their communications systems without affecting performance or range in a complex and congested communications environment.

With an evolutionary software-defined radio design and modular architecture, our RT-7000 tactical radio suite of panel-mount radio, remote-mount radio and Remote Control Display Unit, gives maximum interoperability and full mission capability.

Also on show will be Cobham’s Ground-Penetrating Radar [GPR] detections systems, which support Counter-IED and mine clearance operations around the world. These high-performance systems are designed for the most demanding requirements and include hand-held (dismounted), vehicle-based (mounted and stand-off) GPR detection products, ground robot and UAV mountable variants, as well as innovative virtual reality training support systems.

Cobham will also display its full range of antennas that include, Electronic Warfare; manpack; body-worn; vehicle mount; high power; UAV, counter-UAV and ground robot antennas applications, whilst highlighting its Advanced Electronic Solutions, which provide critical solutions for protecting and enhancing the lives of army personnel and those in government services, including its latest modular Anti-Jam GPS systems, providing up to 100 times more resilience to jamming for air, land and sea platforms.

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