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Orbit Signs $3.6 Million Deal With Asian Security Firm

Ofer Greenberger

Israel’s Orbit Communications Systems, which develops satellite communications, tracking systems and communication management systems and audio for aircraft, has been awarded a contract for the supply of a satellite communication solution for airborne systems from an East Asian security organization. The contract is worth 14 Million NIS ($3.6 million).

The Company believes that this only represents a first order and that there is the potential for a long-term continuation of this business relationship.

The security organization which chose the comprehensive resolution of Orbit, is a long time customer of its tracking and telemetry system. Orbit recently reported that this customer chose to purchase its Marine Tracking System, an unmanned system installed on ships at seas to defend against missile attacks and other threats.

Ofer Greenberger, CEO of Orbit, said, “Orbit is able to sell to the security industry and government around the world thanks to this system’s tracking and telemetry, satellite communications and communications management systems platforms in the air, sea and land. This deal Strengthens our position as a supplier of air communications solutions, and we are proud that this security organization chose us again for long-term strategic projects. ”

Orbit declares its mission to be to create long lasting profitable partnerships, through innovation and synergy, by delivering cutting edge technology products, with long term reliability backed up by superior service. And its vision to become a leader in the field of Satellite Tracking and Communications for Mobile Platforms.

The company is a global supplier of high-tech communication systems. Its products are designed for use in maritime, space, aviation and space observation and commercial applications.

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