Selex ES to Provide Land-Naval-Land Communications to the Polish Navy

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Selex ES to Provide Land-Naval-Land Communications to the Polish Navy
 
As part of NATO’s BRASS (Broadcast and Ship to Shore) programme, Selex ES has been awarded a contract to provide the Polish Navy with NATO-interoperable telecommunications systems. The systems are for the Polish Navy’s land-based radio sites and will be provided through Page Europa, prime contractor for the BRASS programme in Poland.
     
As part of NATO’s BRASS (Broadcast and Ship to Shore) programme, Selex ES has been awarded a contract to provide the Polish Navy with NATO-interoperable telecommunications systems. The systems are for the Polish Navy’s land-based radio sites and will be provided through Page Europa, prime contractor for the BRASS programme in Poland.
The future Polish Navy ORP SLAZAK launched in the water. Picture: M. Dura/Defence24.pl
     
Selex ES’s high-power HF radio systems and their associated receivers will allow the Polish Navy to transmit and receive messages at ranges of thousands of kilometers in accordance with NATO standards ACP 127 and STANAG 5066.

Within the BRASS Poland programme the Polish Navy communication networks will be integrated into the Polish Ministry of Defence’s terrestrial telecommunications networks and NATO’s land network to provide a full operational coordination between naval units at sea, national land Commands and NATO.
     
The Polish Ministry of National Defenceand Thales have signed a contract for the delivery of the integrated combat system and related acceptance activities on board the ORP SLAZAK Patrol Vessel. The system will be fully operational in 2016. The vessel is the successor of the GAWRON multipurpose corvette programme.
The future Polish Navy ORP SLAZAK is the successor of the GAWRON multipurpose corvette programme. Picture: Thales
     
This programme further strengthens Selex ES’s position as a reference systems provider within NATO architectures.

Selex ES’s HF systems are of a new generation, state-of-the-art technical design, making the company (at its Pomezia, Rome site) one of the few manufacturers of this kind of system worldwide.

Selex ES has provided similar solutions to Turkey, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Belgium and for the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA)’s integration and test centre.
 

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