Aqeri, leading Swedish producer of ruggedized computer and communication equipment for extreme environments, has signed a cooperation and distribution agreement with German company Cordsen Engineering GmbH.
Through the cooperation with Cordsen Engineering, Aqeri secures a close teamwork harbouring market presence and access to the German market.
Meanwhile, the collaboration sees Cordsen Engineering secure access to the complete range of all Aqeri defence products.
Up until now, Cordsen Engineering has only operated one of only two German certified and accredited laboratories for certifying electronic equipment, according to the highest NATO standard, TEMPEST NATO-SDIP-27 level A.
TEMPEST is a protection against eavesdropping of computer and communication equipment.
With this agreement, Aqeri will have access to the aforementioned technology with the possibility of certification of its defence products.
Aqeri ceo Manne KA Koerfer said: "Once again we take a step in the right direction by securing a selected partnership with a leading company on a targeted market where business potential is assessed to be very high.
"The value of being represented in Germany is of big importance in order to secure continuous growth in one of the leading industrial countries in Europe."