Hensoldt has secured a third order from the Royal Thai Army for the supply of its TRML-3D radar.
The radar is slated to be handed over in 2022.
The mobile air surveillance and defence radar TRML-3D has been in service since 2004.
Hensoldt Asia Pacific sales director Guillaume Bayol said: “Our TRML-3D is an extremely reliable radar, developed especially to be rapidly deployable and highly mobile for fast camp and decampment.
“The decision by the Royal Thai Army to select TRML-3D for the third time clearly demonstrates the confidence that they have in Hensoldt radar solutions.”
The fully coherent multi-mode phased array surveillance and target acquisition radar system is meant for detection and air defence.
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It can detect at a range of up to 200km based on the selected mode, as well as track and classify different kinds of targets.
Specifically, it can identify small aircraft, missiles, and helicopters.
The rapidly deployable system can be used as a stand-alone device or incorporated into air defence networks.
In August, Hensoldt secured a contract to deliver boresight equipment and ancillary accessories to the German Armed Forces.
In July, Hensoldt announced that it will deliver three Spexer2000 3D radars and one Z:NightOwl M camera as Xpeller module packages for the German Armed Forces.