Honeywell is collaborating with the Indonesian Armed Forces (Tentara Nasional Indonesia-TNI) on meeting its expanding requirements for interoperability, officials from the US corporation have confirmed with Jane's at the Indo Defence show in Jakarta.
Tim Van Luven, Honeywell's vice-president for defence and space in Asia Pacific, said on 8 November that the company is preparing to respond to a formal requirement that will help the TNI "bridge its capability gap" in connectivity.
As part of this process, Honeywell has proposed a range of networking, communications, surveillance, tracker, and datalink solutions to the TNI. "There is no off-the-shelf solution, but we are working with the customer to understand their requirements to help them get better connected," Van Luven said.
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