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In collaboration with Thales Belgium, Danish communications specialist INVISIO has won an order from Belgian Defence for a communications and hearing protection system, the company announced on 2 October.

Order value to INVISIO is in the region of SEK30 million (€2.8 million) and the company expects a further order valued at SEK20 million in the near future. Belgium is a new customer for the company and it believes the long-term potential for further orders is considerable. Deliveries under the current order are scheduled over the next nine months.

The soldier radio programme is one of the Belgian Army’s largest military modernisation undertakings for communication and hearing protection. The programme aims to reduce hearing loss and improve users’ communication capacities in critical environments.

The order is one of several indications that the defence and security industry is increasing its focus on the need for seamless communication and hearing protection in critical environments,” commented INVISIO’s Senior Vice President Global Sales & Marketing, Carsten Aagesen.

For more than a decade, INVISIO has been a market leader and its various communication solutions have become the given choice for modernisation programmes in defense and security throughout the world. All INVISIO systems are developed and tested in close collaboration with some of the world’s most demanding users, with the aim of protecting them and improving their capacity in important missions.

Plug-and-play integration between control units, intercom, headsets and cables is the key to the versatility of the INVISIO system, since it enables connection of new INVISIO equipment without configuration. All INVISIO systems are based on the INVISIO IntelliCable system, a unique patented technology for identification of units that makes all current and future INVISIO units compatible.

INVISIO’s communication systems are based on simplicity, modularity and flexibility to meet communication needs of users in mission-critical environments, both on land and when mounted. (Image: INVISIO)

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