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Indra signs Aussie contract to counter support IED role

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Indra Australia has been selected to design and manufacture a level 2 deployable forensic lab to be procured as part of LAND 154 Phase 2 in a deal worth $36 million.

Indra Australia has been selected to design and manufacture a level 2 deployable forensic lab to be procured as part of LAND 154 Phase 2 in a deal worth $36 million.

The system supplied by Indra, will equip the Army with an advanced capability that has not previously been configured in similar systems, providing them with leading-edge technology to collect, analyse and document evidence from any IED incident.

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The system will be used primarily by the Australian Army to provide a forensic support capability for a range of roles including Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (CIED).

While providing the Australian Army with state-of-the-art capability, the project has focused on maximising local industrial content. Accordingly, over 90 per cent of the contract will be executed by established Australian equipment manufacturers and distributors.

Daronmont Technologies has been selected, as a local South Australian company, for the critical role of manufacturing the laboratory shelters to the exacting operational, environmental and technical specifications required by the Commonwealth. During contract execution, Indra will transfer the appropriate technology to ensure that the systems can be maintained and sustained entirely and independently in Australia.

Indra will be responsible for the delivery of key know-how gained from the delivery of similar deployed systems to clients worldwide, including the European Defence Agency; Indra’s first laboratory was deployed in Afghanistan from 2011-2014.

Indra has been present in Australia since 2007, with close to 140 employees and offices in Sydney and Newcastle. It is a major supplier of enroute radars and air navigation equipment (Navaids) to Airservices Australia, is a worldwide supplier of DVORs Navaid systems from its production facility in Sydney and is currently executing Air 5431 Phase 1 and Navaid replacement projects for the Royal Australian Air Force.

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In 2015 Indra was awarded a contract to deploy one of the largest security systems in Asia Pacific – the supply and integration of 9,500 cameras into a state-of-the-art, fully digital, video management system for Sydney trains. Indra has ongoing contracts in New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

Indra is one of the world's top technology and consulting companies and a technology partner for the key operations of its customers' businesses worldwide. It is a leading worldwide provider of proprietary solutions in niche areas in transport and defence markets. Indra offers a comprehensive range of proprietary solutions and cutting-edge services with a high value add in technology based on a unique culture of reliability, flexibility and adaptability to the needs of its customers.

Indra signs Aussie contract to counter support IED role
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