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ORBIT to Supply Aeronautical Telemetry Tracking Systems to Major European Aerospace Center PDF Print E-mail
Written by ORBIT Communication Systems Ltd   
07 January 2013
ORBIT to Supply Aeronautical Telemetry Tracking Systems to Major European Aerospace Center - ORBIT Continues to Expand Business Presence in Europe

NETANYA, Israel, Jan. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ORBIT Communications
Systems Ltd., a subsidiary of ORBIT Technologies Ltd. (TASE:ORBI), a
provider of mission-critical connectivity solutions in a variety of
markets, including satellite communications, tracking and telemetry,
and communications management systems, today announced that it has won
a contract from a major European aerospace center for the supply of two
portable telemetry tracking systems. The total value of the deals
exceeds one million dollars.

ORBIT's transportable tracking systems, equipped with 4.5-meter and
1.5-meter S-band antennas, respectively, will be used by the aerospace
center for highly dynamic aeronautical tracking and telemetry missions.
These antenna systems are specially designed to enable fast deployment
and can be easily assembled and operated in the field. The 1.5-meter
system, in particular, can be carried and assembled in the field by two
persons without requiring a mechanical lift. Both systems fit into
standard containers to facilitate shipping by road and sea, and allow
for easy mobility between different locations.

The tracking systems are operated and monitored using ORBIT's AL-4000
controller, featuring a dual-CPU architecture to enable real-time
response for mission-critical data acquisition, as well as an advanced
touch-screen GUI. An auto-tracking feed with full redundancy ensures
100% integrity of tracking data over time. In addition, it is possible
to use both systems in parallel (from different locations) to create
two sets of tracking data, allowing for an additional level of
redundancy. ORBIT's systems are proven to operate in extreme
environmental conditions, such as heavy winds and cold temperatures as
low as -40ºC (-40ºF).

"This strategic project with a leading player in the European aerospace
industry is further evidence of our expanding footprint in the European
market," said Ofer Greenberger, CEO of ORBIT Communication Systems Ltd.
"We are confident that the success of this and other recent projects in
this region will lead to additional deployments and new opportunities
in the areas of earth observation and telemetry tracking applications."

About ORBIT Communication Systems Ltd.

ORBIT is a global provider of highly engineered mission-critical
communications systems and solutions for maritime, aerospace, and earth
observation applications in commercial, defense and homeland security
markets. Our portfolio includes mobile Satellite Communications
systems, Tracking & Telemetry solutions and Communications Management
Systems which are deployed on thousands of marine, airborne and ground
platforms worldwide. ORBIT's customers include over 20 Navies, major
integrators such as Airbus Military, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop
Grumman and Rockwell Collins, communications service providers such as
SELEX Communications and Telespazio (Finmeccanica companies), Eutelsat,
NewSat, Gilat, Harris Caprock Communications, Milano Teleport and earth
observation organizations such as Imagesat and the European Space
Agency.

ORBIT is a public company traded on the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange. The
company boasts an international sales and customer support network that
includes the United States, Europe, and the Far East in addition to its
international technical service centers located around the world.

For more information, please visit www.orbit-cs.com

The ORBIT Communication Systems Ltd. Logo is available at
http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=11646

 
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