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Roke to supply advanced EW kit to Swedish Armed Forces

Posted 25 January 2022 · Add Comment

Romsey based Roke has been awarded a contract by the Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) of the Swedish Ministry of Defense, to provide electronic warfare (EW) equipment to meet a number of Swedish Armed Forces requirements.

Above: Roke's head office is set in the heart of Hampshire in the stunning grounds of Roke Manor.
Courtesy Roke

Roke has a long history of innovation in the land ISTAR domain and has supplied tactical and strategic EW surveillance and countermeasures equipment to customers around the world. 

All Roke EW systems now feature a common operations and planning software suite, designed to maximise operator effectiveness and deliver enhanced situational awareness.

Paul MacGregor, Managing Director of Roke commented: “Roke is delighted to have secured this contract to supply the Swedish Armed Forces with advanced electronic warfare capability.

"In recent years we have made significant investment in our product line and believe that Roke land EW sensors and software continue to lead the market.”

Roke - which is part of Chemring Group plc - has three main hubs, located in Romsey (Hampshire), Gloucester and Manchester.





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