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Plath to Provide Electronic Warfare and Communication Intelligence System to German Armed Forces

Plath to Provide Electronic Warfare and Communication Intelligence System to German Armed Forces

Plath Ltd, a Limassol-based high-tech communication intelligence company, member of the German PLATH group, has announced that PLATH GmbH has recently signed a contract with the German Armed Forces to supply a mobile Electronic Warfare system with twelve armoured Electronic Warfare vehicles.

This has been the most important contract in Electronic Warfare for the German Armed Forces in the recent years and the largest contract won by a small-medium size company. With this outstanding reference, PLATH proves its international leadership in mobile tactical communication intelligence, developed through more than 63 years of experience in this challenging field and roots back to 1837.

With about 400 employees located in Germany, France, Switzerland and Cyprus, the PLATH Group is one of the biggest business units in the domain of Communications Intelligence. The portfolio covers cutting edge products, solutions and worldwide services for Communications Intelligence (COMINT), Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) and Electronic Warfare (EW) as well as for regulatory authorities for telecommunication.

Established in 2016, PLATH Ltd, is the newest member of the group and a fast-growing technology company. The staff consists of currently 25 scientists and is fully engaged in the development of the newest generation of PLATH flagship Intelligence Control and Analysis Solution (ICAS).

PLATH Ltd acting CEO, Dr. Tasos Kounoudes said “We are very proud for this success and extremely pleased that Cyprus-based PLATH Ltd is successfully contributing to the PLATH’s portfolio of innovative communication intelligence products”.

PLATH GmbH Chief Technical Officer, Dr. Andreas Schwolen-Backes added “We are very happy that we have invested in the development of PLATH Ltd in Cyprus. The company is contributing to the success of the group by delivering outstanding technologies".


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