Friday 10 July 2015, the NCI Agency awarded a contract amounting to €22M for the
provision of two Deployable Air Defence Radars (DADRs) for NATO Air Command and
Control Surveillance and Identification to the Spanish company “INDRA
was signed for Indra by Mr Carlos Suarez, the Executive Vice-President and Mr
Domingo Castro, the Radar and Electronic Defence Director, respectively and by
the NCI Agency General Manager Koen Gijsbers in the presence of the Spanish
Permanent Representative to NATO Ambassador Miguel Aguirre de Cárcer. Indra was
awarded the contract following an International Competitive Bidding procedure
with the Best Value selection criteria.
will provide long range, 3 dimensional detection capability of both cooperative
and non-cooperative targets. These systems will form the basis of air
surveillance and cooperative identification capability for the Deployable Air
Command and Control Centre which is responsible for the NATO Deployable Air
Command and Control capabilities. These conventional active radars will
complement the two passive sensors for which the contract was awarded in May 2014. The system will be designed to support any of the challenging environmental
and transportation conditions that may be encountered in deployment
solution is based on the 5th generation of the LTR-25 system under development
for the Spanish Air Force.
also provides an optional Contractor Logistic Support period which will be
considered in due course by the NATO Support and Procurement Agency.
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