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Osprey to provide Safety Support to SACC DT

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Osprey CSL has been awarded a new contract to provide External Safety Support to the Situational Awareness Command and Control (SACC) Delivery Team (DT) at UK MoD.



Osprey will provide support to a range of procurement and in-service projects that are specific to Aerospace Battle Management (ABM) and Air Traffic Management (ATM), including Maritime Multi-Link (MML), Future DASACS (FDASACS), Cerberus and CRC Systems Interface (CSI). 

The requirements demand an in-depth understanding of Defence procurement as well as National and International Legislations, MAA Regulatory Publications, MoD Safety Standards, ATM Equipment Legislation, ABM Equipment Delivery and Release into Service.

Peter Symons, Military Systems Team Leader at Osprey said “We are delighted to continue working with the SACC DT to provide safety & environmental solutions. We already have an excellent understanding of the challenges ahead that plays to our strengths and will bring to bear our extensive experience in both ABM and ATC fields.”

The SACC DT exists to manage the procurement and in-service support of current and future Air Command and Control Systems and Tactical Data Link Systems. Such systems encompass both fixed and deployable facilities, for use in the UK and overseas.

 

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