Horizon Technologies Announces Two Major NATO Orders For FlyingFish Systems

Horizon Technologies is pleased to announce two major NATO end-user orders for our FlyingFishTM airborne SIGINT system totaling over £14 Million over the next few years.

 

John Beckner, CEO, Horizon Technologies, stated, “These orders are significant because they include new fixed and rotary-wing platforms as well as new government end users. The units were ordered for immediate delivery and will be used as part of NATO and FRONTEX missions.”

Beckner added, “Our FlyingFishTM 3 product line continues to be improved and now monitors three satellite networks. Horizon Technologies is the only company which offers exportable DO-160G airborne-qualified SatPhone SIGINT systems for a wide variety of fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. In addition, our new remote control software allows for seamless integration into airborne tactical management systems as well as enhanced debrief and exploitation capabilities. Horizon Technologies is especially grateful for the strong support provided by the UK Government and in particular the
Department of International Trade. Our business is growing faster than ever and is expanding into new areas such as space with our Amber SIGINT CubeSat constellation bringing FlyingFishTM capabilities to our customers as a data service starting in 2020.”

 

Horizon Technologies is also pleased to announce its quality management system has been certified by the British Standards Institution (BSI) to EN 9100:2018 (Aerospace). John Beckner stated, “Due to the major increase in sales and the expansion of our business, we have updated our quality management system to the highest standard in the aerospace industry. Since our certification, we have seen improvements in the quality of our products, cost reductions, and greater efficiency leading to enhanced operational effectiveness.”

 

For more information visit www.horizontechnologies.eu

 

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