MilDef to supply ruggedized hardware for Archer artillery systems

Source: MilDef

Following the framework agreement signed in February with BAE Systems Bofors, additional orders have now been signed for ruggedized hardware for the Archer artillery system, MilDef said in a statement. The orders include IT equipment such as displays, computers and switches, worth SEK 52 million. Deliveries will start in 2025.

 

The ten-year framework agreement is the starting point for a deeper cooperation between MilDef and BAE Systems Bofors. The orders now won are a natural continuation of the collaboration and concern volume orders of previously developed products as well as spare parts for existing systems.

 

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“Our cooperation combines two Swedish defense companies that are specialists in their respective fields. MilDef is trusted to contribute with our expertise; to deliver future-proof IT systems that strengthen the protection of our society and we are proud of the way we cooperate with BAE Systems in Karlskoga,” says Daniel Ljunggren, President and CEO of MilDef Group.

 

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BAE Systems Bofors is part of BAE Systems, which has operations in the US, Sweden and the UK. BAE Systems Bofors manufactures artillery and gun systems and ammunition for land and naval applications. These include anti-aircraft gun systems and platform-mounted firing systems.

 

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