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Ssc Delivers Maritime Surveillance System To Poland

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Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Oct 10, 2005
The Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) has been engaged by Polskie Zaklady Lotnicze (PZL) (Polish Aviation Factory) in Mielec for the delivery of MSS 6000 to the Polish Border Guard. The system will be installed in an M28 aircraft equipped for the monitoring of Poland's and EU's eastern border.

The MSS 6000 is the latest version of the SSC Maritime Surveillance System, a field-proven, user-friendly system in use with coast and border guard organisations around the world. The system that will be delivered to the Polish Border Guard comprises a Mission Management System, an IR/UV line scanner, video and still camera documentation as well as a portable communication unit. In addition, PZL will equip the aircraft with FLIR (Forward Looking Infra Red) and search radar.

The aircraft and its mission equipment will constitute a considerable enhancement of the capability of the Border Guard to execute efficient day and night patrols for the protection of Poland's and EU's eastern border.

We are honoured to do business in Poland again, says Christer Colliander at SSC¿s Airborne Systems Department. The Maritime Office of Gdynia and the Polish Navy operate earlier versions of the SSC Maritime Surveillance System, adapted to the unique requirements of each organization.

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