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Teac was awarded $ 600,000 in three contracts from the Royal Netherlands Navy, AgustaWestland and Eads-Casa for its MDR-80 solid-state mission data recorder and its PC-based digital Mission Data Debrief Software (MDDS). The contracts mention integration of both hard- and software into the Netherlands' P-3C aircraft, for AgustaWestland into the Swedish A-109 programme and Eads-Casa for the German Luftwaffe A310 MRT. In an unrelated event, Teac has received a contract to integrate its new MRD-87 Mission Data Recorders and MDDS into the new F-16 C/D fleet of the Chilean Air Force.
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Armada International
Date:Aug 1, 2003
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