Hawker Pacific announced the supply of a bespoke mission system delivered on three Bell 412EP helicopters to a Parapublic operator.
Hawker Pacific Senior Vice President Middle East Region, Ian Darcy, says “our recent delivery of a bespoke mission system is a prime example of our experienced and mission focused engineering team at the Hawker Pacific Fujairah MRO facility”
Designed and certified to EASA Part 21 regulations, the custom designed operator’s console provides an airborne electro-optical and infrared (EO/IR) platform for the detection, observation and tracking of targets. Role equipment includes an on-board recording facility allowing for video capture when on patrol and a microwave downlink to transmit the operators display to the control room on the ground.
“Close collaboration with our customers and understanding their mission enables us to deliver the best solutions and advice to ensure they achieve optimal outcomes, on time and within budget,” concluded Mr. Darcy.
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