Terma is presenting a wide range of defence equipment at the ongoing ADEX, even as company officials remain bullish on business prospects within the country. “Our products are already installed on South Korean platforms via Foreign Military Sales (FMS) procurements as well via Direct Commercial Sales (DCS) procurements. We see a large potential for our business in the future as a number of South Korean platforms will undergo Mid Life Upgrades (MLU), other will be decommissioned and replaced with newer aircraft, which will need state-of-the-art Electronic Warfare (EW) solutions,” a company spokesperson tells Daily News.
Terma is presenting its unique 3D-Audio and Active Noise Reduction technologies at the airshow, which are now fielded and under installation on several platforms which are also part of the South Korean inventory. Terma’s 3D-Audio and Active Noise Reduction technologies are now fielded or under installation on more than 400 aircraft around the world.
The company is also showcasing its podded and pylon-based Self Protection Solutions for, helicopters such as CH-47 and UH-60 aircraft in addition to EW enhancement for Light Combat Aircraft, such as the KAI T-50 family. The 5th generation EW solutions on these platforms, require close to no need for modification of the original aircraft. “The Terma EW backbone is currently installed on several South Korean platforms, both via FMS or direct commercial sales,” the spokesperson says.
Terma’s proven experience in bridging end-user capability requirements and US government technology requirements also puts it in a unique position to play a role in future FMS as well as direct commercial procurement of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) con- trolled solutions for South Korea’s fleet of aircraft, which is predominantly made up by American platforms.
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