Flir Systems has announced that it has received a $17.9 million delivery order from the US Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) for its SeaFLIR maritime imaging systems.
To be deployed on the Navy’s patrol boats, SeaFLIR is already deployed for missions such as search and rescue, interdiction, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting applications. In addition, all variants of the SeaFLIR are engineered, designed and qualified for operation in the harshest maritime conditions.
‘This represents another strong win for us in the maritime space and builds on our excellent relationship with the US Navy. Our capability to develop the most useful and highest performance imaging systems for extreme rugged conditions is unmatched,’ said Earl Lewis, Flir president and chief executive officer.
Work under this contract will be performed primarily out of Flir's facility in North Billerica, Massachusetts, with deliveries expected to begin in the third quarter of this year.