These are the first contracts the company has received to provide the communication systems in those countries.
The Melbourne, Fla.-based communications and contracting firm supports air traffic control operations for more than 200 customers in 50 countries, it said in a release.
The company will deploy its Liberty-STAR Voice Communication and Control System, which features a modular architecture, open-platform software, and commercial-off-the-shelf hardware.
The airport in Maldonado, Uruguay is that country’s second busiest airport and serves as a trading hub with Brazil and Argentina, said John O’Sullivan, vice president of the mission critical networks unit.
Air traffic control towers, airlines, area control dispatch, flight service stations and mobile shelters will use the systems.
The airport in Santiago de los Caballeros, D.R. will receive a digital recorder and a Liberty-MET weather system.
The company recently won a $12.4 million delivery order to provide a wireless digital voice and data network to another Latin American nation.