Inzpire has been awarded a contract to supply its GECO (Air) tablet-based mission system to Indonesia, and has recently redesigned the whole GECO system to provide a more open and modular architecture.
The company announced that it was awarded a contract by the Indonesian Air Force (Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Udara: TNI-AU) for a one-year trial of GECO (Air) on its F-16, Su-30, T-50I, Hawk, and Super Tucano aircraft.
GECO (Air) is also in use with the Royal Jordanian Air Force on its F-16s and rotary wing fleet. The complete GECO MSS is in service with the United Kingdom’s Puma helicopter force, and Inzpire’s tablet-based Aircraft Moving Map Wires Alerting System (AMMWAS) is used throughout the country’s Joint Helicopter Command.
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