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Infozahyst enters tech agreement with SPX CommTech

Posted 6 October 2023

Infozahyst, a SIGINT solutions company in Ukraine, has entered into a landmark technical cooperation agreement with radio frequency (RF) solutions manufacturer SPX CommTech.

Image courtesy SPX CommTech

SPX CommTech, made up of TCI and ECS, enables defence teams to detect, defeat and exploit RF signals to enhance Communications Intelligence (COMINT) and Counter Uncrewed Aerial Systems (Counter-UAS). It is renowned for supplying over 100 signal detection and direction-finding systems to Ukraine’s military, as well as other militaries around the world.

The partnership ensures the delivery of specialised technologies within the RF spectrum, adapted to battlefield requirements. Infozahyst will deliver enhanced operator training, and ensure comprehensive service coverage of the equipment in Ukraine.

In addition, Infozahyst will oversee any necessary repair, service, and diagnostics of specific SPX CommTech equipment. The agreement also encompasses the localisation of user interfaces and system integration with situational awareness platforms.

“SPX CommTech radio reconnaissance tools are reliable instruments for determining enemy locations. They have long been familiar to our Ukrainian military and significantly strengthen the Ukrainian army. One challenge was the lack of quality technical support and service available in Ukraine. We are pleased that Infozahyst can now assist in addressing this concern. For this purpose, our engineers and other specialists are undertaking training at SPX CommTech to master all the possibilities of the technology.” said Iaroslav Kalinin, the director of the Infozahyst company.

Commenting on the partnership, Iaroslav Kalinin concluded: “This collaboration not only aligns with our core competencies but also further strengthens our commitment to offering advanced solutions and training to our customers. The partnership with SPX CommTech underlines our commitment to our country, we are doing everything to effectively counter all Russian occupation forces and make Ukraine a state strong enough to prevent such invasions in the future.”




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