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The avionics upgrade for the Finnish Border Guard

for the first Dornier 228 aircraft is nearing completion and the final tests with the customer are commencing this week.  At the same time the MSS 6000  system has received a more powerful software and hardware and an upgraded version of the Selex search radar...

ST Airborne Systems visits Canada

to perform a status check and get operator feedback in connection with a new order for upgrade of the three MSS 6000 systems operated in Canada.   Our engineers went through the systems and went flying together with Transport Canada operators. A lot of good discussions...

Upgrade for India

Personnel from the Indian Coast Guard and ST Airborne Systems posing in front of the Indian Coast Guard Dornier 228  after a successful test flight with the upgraded system. Just before the Christmas holidays the Indian Coast Guard received both service, upgrades and initial training on their...

Season’s Greetings

  Your friends at ST Airborne Systems send you Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for a prosperous 2017. We have had a very busy year 2016 – the year opened with our move to new offices and ST Airborne Systems continuing operations as an independent company. From the...

ST Airborne Systems in Singapore

Mr. Olov Fäst, President of ST Airborne Systems,  presenting his paper on "Improving cooperation in Maritime Surveillance - A new generation of Airborne Systems" Olov Fäst and Mikael Seyfarth are participating  the 13th Annual Maritime Security and Coastal Surveillance Asia in Singapore on 29 - 30 November....

Operator training in Uruguay

With the upgraded sensor technology, the Uruguayan Air Force will now be able to perform surveillance and patrol missions both covering their territorial waters as well as over land (green border surveillance) and inland waterways. In conjunction with the training, FAU introduced and informed several Uruguayan...