Minister for Defence Industry Announces Twin Contract Awards to Cirrus
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Posted 18 Apr 2017
The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP today announced the awarding of two contracts to Cirrus, for the supply of the ‘Tactical Electronic Warfare’ (TACEW) simulation training system and an ‘Incident Training Application’ (ITA) prototype.

In announcing the TACEW contract award, Min Pyne stated “The contract valued at around $4.4 million will see the development of a tactical electronic warfare training system to provide tuition, assessment and qualification of electronic warfare practitioners across the full range of Navy ships, from a single facility ashore.”

Min Pyne further remarked “The enhanced training systems will be capable of generating scenarios that simulate physical and electronic attacks where control of the electromagnetic spectrum can neutralise those threats.”

Regarding ITA, Min. Pyne stated “If accepted for further development, the ITA would be used in the jointly developed AN-BYG-1 Submarine Tactical and Weapon Control System to enhance submarine crew training,”.

For further details on these contracts, refer to Minister Pyne’s release at : https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/christopher-pyne/media-releases/electronic-warfare-simulation-equips-sailors-and

For further information on Cirrus, refer to www.cirrusrtps.com.au, or contact Mr Peter Freed, (02) 9281 4449.

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