Cirrus have won a A$3 million contract to expand the Tactical Electronic Warfare training systems (TACEW) for the Australian Navy.
Under the newly awarded contract, Australian Cirrus Real Time Processing Systems will supply additional TACEW workstations to HMAS Watson. It will also supply a new TACEW system to HMAS Stirling. It has already delivered systems to the Navy's School of Maritime Warfare at HMAS Watson in May this year.
Australia's Minister for Defence Industry, Melissa Price MP, said the new workstations will improve training capability for the Navy.
“The project total investment of $7.5 million will support the electronic warfare capabilities of the Navy and ensure new recruits and current Navy personnel will have access to advanced technological systems and additional training capacity,” Minister Price said.