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Hybrid GenAircon

Military vehicle electric power and environmental control are critical operational capabilities in the modern warfare and security environment. IDE unveils Hybrid GenAircon

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WiSPR - Wideband Intercom and Secure Packet Radio

Designed and developed by INTRACOM Defense Electronics, WiSPR sets new standards into vehicular tactical communications.

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WiWAN - Wireless Wide Area Network

The Wireless Wide Area Network - WiWAN - system is a state-of-the-art, tactical communications network incorporating advanced features such as mobility, point-to-multipoint topology and IP networking.

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Hybrid Electric Power Systems

Entering the era of hybrid energy technology, IDE develops and manufactures advanced power stations and energy storage systems for small to medium power installations - HEPS

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Cryptographic Devices

Designed and developed by INTRACOM Defense Electronics the SECLINE product line includes state-of-the-art cryptographic equipment for voice and data encryption in the field and office.

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Rugged Computers

"ComBAT"  is a rugged portable computer that provides a “go anywhere” unit suitable for Military, Industrial Automation, Mobile/Outdoor Computing, Portable Workstation and ...

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Data Links and Telemetries

INTRACOM Defense Electronics has significant experience in the development, design, qualification and production of Data Links and Telemetries for use in a variety of applications.

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Tacticon

Tacticon (Tactical IP Communication Network) is a tactical IP communication system which provides real-time single and multiparty internal and external voice communication and data exchange services

INTRACOM Defense Electronics hosts International MILVA Meeting

May 28, 2013: INTRACOM Defense Electronics (IDE) hosted on May 22nd & 23rd in the premises of Athens Information Technology (AIT) the meeting of the international Military Vetronics Association (MILVA) Generic Vehicles Architecture for Land Vehicles. MILVA is an association of government agencies and industries promoting Vehicle Electronics (Vetronics) in the military environment and publishes guidelines and standards on Vetronics issues. The meeting was presided by the representative of the German Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw-former BWB).

During the meeting, IDE presented its new command and control communications system Spart@n, followed by a live demonstration in direct link with units in the field. The demonstration featured a joint operations scenario with linking wideband communications between sea and land units to a central command.

The meeting was attended by the official delegations of Defense Ministries of the Association’s thirteen (13) member-countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, UK and USA) as well as twenty two (22) international defense industry representatives and research centers.