We are open for business at the NIDV symposium.
Energy on the go with your own portable power grid. Add-Mission will be displaying various methanol fuel cells at the NIDV symposium on the 19th in Rotterdam. The combination of a fuel cell and power manager will allow you to charge multiple batteries and power equipment at the same time.
On the 19th of November during the NIDV symposium in Rotterdam, Add-Mission will be launching Esterline Communication Systems’ new in-ear headset and radio PTT switch box Elite, a world premier.
• Hearing protection in high-noise environments through innovative acoustically tuned passive attenuation to provide protection against continuous noise and sudden acoustic shock.
• High-fidelity local sound awareness and clear, intelligible communications.
• Quick, adaptable fitting: unit can be put on in seconds.
• Long-term user comfort, thanks to a unique vented earpiece design, three headset-wearing options, and a wide choice of shallow-insertion earbuds.
• Quick connection to radios, intercoms, and smart phones.
• Continuous monitoring of up to four communication channels and immediate access to any of them through four press-to-transmit (PTT) buttons for clear speech transmission.
Add-Mission’s 1.500 LBS and 10.000 LBS cargo straps are already in use with the RNLAF and recently were certified by EASA. The certification meets the requirement of the NL Military Airworthiness Authority that all cargo straps within the RNLAF must be EASA certified.
Today Add-Mission is fitting the CBRN units with Custom Moulder Ear pieces (CME). The CME will be attached to the Frontier in-ear headsets supplied by Add-Mission, which enable the unit members to communicate clearly over the radio while wearing their resperator masks and protective clothing.
Following a long evaluation period the Royal Netherlands Army selected the RA5001 Raptor headset for use within the soft top vehicles of their motorized units. The Raptor headset offers hearing protection foremost to the vehicle commander and driver who are situated close to the barrel of the main weapon mounted in the rear of the vehicle. The Raptor headset is already widely in use within the NL Armed Forces and can be connected to various intercom and PTT systems fielded.
Following the award of a major procurement contract Add-Mission recently delivered interface lashings to the Royal Netherlands Navy and Air Force. The interface lashings will secure the NH-90 helicopter to all Navy ships equipped with a helicopter deck. As the lashing points on these decks have various dimensions, part of the contract was the design and production of a universal hook that will fit to all lashing points.
In an unexpected turn of events Harris corp. has announced the acquisition of Exelis inc. As the representative of Exelis night vision and communication solutions in the Netherlands it is too early to tell what the impact will be, but opportunities may well be on the horizon.