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NMD chosen for Australia's new Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers

March 28, 2011

Hatteland Display announce that our 20.1 inch NMD, full naval display, has been selected,for the C4 environment aboard the new Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers.

The Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) project, also known as SEA 4000, will provide the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) with three technologically advanced air warfare destroyers.

The work is led by the Air Warfare Destroyer Alliance (AWD) which comprises the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO), ASC and Raytheon Australia.

The AWD project is one of the largest ongoing naval projects in Australia. The three ships, to be known as HMAS Hobart, HMAS Sydney and HMAS Brisbane, will be some of the world's most capable multi-mission warships.

Tactical displays are one of the critical links between the combat operator and modern mission-critical systems. This is where the Naval Multi Display (NMD) of Hatteland Display plays a vital role as a full endurance display, providing high-quality video and graphics performance under all conditions.

"We are extremely proud to be a supplier to this complex project led by the AWD Alliance, supporting the Royal Australian Navy," comments Brede Qvigstad, Director - Naval & Defense, Hatteland Display.

Source: Hatteland Display

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