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TWO LEONARDO SEASPRAY 5000E AESA RADARS ORDERED FOR BANGLADESH NAVY DORNIER 228S
Monday, September 11, 2017
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The Seaspray 5000E AESA Radar

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The Seaspray 5000E AESA Radar

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ROME - Leonardo has signed a contract with RUAG Aviation, original equipment manufacturer and type certificate holder of the Dornier 228 aircraft, to provide its Seaspray 5000E Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars for the two new production Dornier 228 multirole aircraft recently ordered by the Bangladesh Navy. The new aircraft will be used to help monitor and protect Bangladesh's 120,000 square kilometers of maritime territorial area and exclusive economic zone (EEZ). The radars will be delivered in 2018. Seaspray, which can detect small targets in rough seas, will be used by the Bangladesh Navy to conduct anti-smuggling and anti-pollution missions and for the prevention of illegal fishing and migration. Because the radar is particularly suited to search-and-rescue tasks, the new Seaspray-equipped multirole aircraft will also be able to help protect the lives of sailors during natural disasters. This is of particular importance to the Bangladesh Navy as the Bay of Bengal is prone to cyclones and hurricanes.

Source:  Leonardo
Source Date: September 11, 2017
Posted: 09/13/2017

 

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