Harris Corp. has won an $8.7 million order to provide vehicular intercom systems to an undisclosed country in the Middle East, the company announced Monday.
The announcement said the RF-7800I Vehicular Intercom Systems are designed to enable crew members to speak with one another in noisy environments and “to integrate and interoperate with emerging tactical wideband networks,” according to Brendan O’Connell, president of international business in the RF communications segment.
“The system is interoperable with the full family of Harris Falcon tactical radios as well as other military, government and commercial communication devices,” he added.
The company said the system creates a network backbone to integrate vehicular and handheld tactical radio systems.
In July, Harris announced one of its joint ventures will help a Middle East-based customer build a geospatial intelligence sharing system including both enterprise and mobile versions.