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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

Research & Technology Programs


OCEAN2020


IDE participates in OCEAN2020, the most important project related to the first European Defense Fund’s initiative to boost Europe's defence capabilities. The project was issued by the European Union under the ‘Preparatory Action on Defense Research’ and was selected for funding through a competitive procedure that was conducted by the European Defense Agency.

The OCEAN2020 team, which is led by Leonardo, comprises of 42 partners from 15 European countries, including the Ministries of Defense of Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal and Spain, with additional support from the Ministries of Defense of Estonia, France, Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

OCEAN2020 is the first example of a cross-European military research program. It will integrate unmanned platforms of different type (fixed wing, rotary wing, surface and underwater) with naval units’ command and control centers, allowing data exchange via satellite with command and control centers on land. It will involve two live demonstrations of maritime surveillance and interdiction operations in the Mediterranean and Baltic Sea, conducted by European fleets using unmanned aircraft, surface vessels and underwater systems.

IDE provides to the consortium the SeaRider Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) that will be used in the maritime surveillance and interdiction operations in the Mediterranean Sea. IDE is also responsible for either tasks related to the requirements analysis of the USVs, to the communication architectures and technologies that will be used in the consortium and to the security of communications (COMSEC) and information (INFOSEC). Moreover, IDE will be the single Point of Contact of the whole consortium with the Hellenic Ministry of Defense.

DELAER

The main goal of the DELAER RX-3 research project is the design, development, manufacturing and flight testing of a prototype Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAS), which will provide direct support to Hellenic isolated territories and islands, via aerial delivery of lifesaving supplies and dedicated equipment. The system will be based on a large-scale, autonomous, fixed-wing, novel Blended Wing Body (BWB) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) configuration, as well as a portable ground control station (GCS). The DELAER RX-3 mission involves cruising to the point of interest, payload delivery, and cruising back to the base of operations.

IDE is responsible for the communication systems, the electronics of the vehicle and the GCS. State-of-the-art electronics and telecommunication systems will be developed in order to satisfy the operational requirements and they will be capable of operating under adverse weather and environmental conditions. The aerial vehicle will communicate with the GCS through encrypted radio-communications. A data gathering and management software will also support the operations of the DELAER RX-3 system.

The DELAER program is funded by the Hellenic General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) and is being implemented by a consortium consisting of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki/ Department of Mechanical Engineering, IDE and CFT.

HCUAV

IDE has participated in a consortium for the development of a Hellenic Civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (HCUAV), whose mission is to support civil protection services and public safety in Greece and abroad. The development and the use of HCUAV give significant advantage to the users because it can send images, geo-referencing targets and operational status and pictures in real time.

IDE has provided a significant contribution to the program as it was responsible for the electro-optical system, the wireless encrypted communications, the mobile ground station and the intelligent software system with command and control capabilities. Specifically, the HCUAV communications rely on the IDE’s innovative broadband communications system Spart@n which provides sophisticated and reliable network-centric communications in real time. This gives a distinct advantage in situational awareness and acts as a force multiplier and effectiveness at various operations which will use the HCUAV.

The HCUAV program has been funded by the Hellenic General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) and has been implemented by a consortium consisting of three Universities, IDE and two SMEs.