Hensoldt to Deliver More Air Surveillance Radars to Ukraine
Hensoldt is supplying two more of its TRML-4D high-performance radars to strengthen Ukraine’s air defence, the company writes in a press release. As part of an order worth a two-digit million euro sum, the two radars will be delivered in the next three months. At the turn of the year, Hensoldt had already contracted four TRML-4D radars as part of the IRIS-T SLM air defence system for Ukraine.
TRML-4D uses Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar technology with multiple digitally shaped beams. According to the company, it is capable of detecting, tracking and classifying various types of aerial targets, with a focus on small, fast and low-flying and/or manoeuvring cruise missiles and aircraft, as well as helicopters. It ensures the rapid detection and tracking of about 1,500 targets in a radius of up to 250 km.
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