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SystemWare Europe team gain advanced training from Moog S3

Posted 2 November 2018 · Add Comment

SystemWare Europe recently visited Moog Sensor and Surveillance System (S3) in Chicago for advanced technical support and maintenance training.



Above: (left to right) Jon Barton (SWE New Business Manager), Kevin Domes (Moog S3 General Manager), Mike Gartside (SWE Operations Director), Andrew Zeilenga (Moog S3 Sales Manager).

In addition, Moog updated us on the launch of their new MPT (Moog Pan & Tilt) series of positioners. The MPT Positioner Series is engineered with an advanced electronics package enabling new features that simplify integration for demanding applications.

The Moog S3 line complement the other products and services provided by SystemWare Europe. These include UHF Satcom Systems maintenance and support, Civil and Military Ground to Air Antennas, Installation Services and a wide array of signal acquisition and analysis products.

Cambridgshire based SystemWare Europe has been supporting the UK's Ministry of Defence (MoD) and other European government agencies for over 15 years.

 

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