LONDON — Italy's Selex ES has used DSEI show in London toannounced a string of export wins in defense and security markets across the Middle East, Europe and the USA at the DSEI in London.
The Finmeccanica company said it had secured an €18.9 million Euro deal with NATO to extend cybersecurity capability across additional alliance sites over the next two years.
The NATO Computer Incident Response Capability Full Operational Capability was delivered by Selex ES in 2014.
The managed service is a key part of the alliance's cyber defenses across sites and headquarters in 29 countries.
In the UK, the company is setting up a national automatic number license plate recognition service for the Home Office .
The deal, for which no value was given, will see Selex develop, supply and support the recognition service for up to six years.
The system will use existing cameras linked into a single nationwide service for use by Britain's law enforcement agencies.
In the US, Lockheed Martin topped up off its orders with Selex ES for targeting lasers for the F-35's electro-optical targeting system.
The Italian company will supply 165 lasers as part of the low rate initial production phase of the program.
Last week Selex announced it is to will upgrade six Royal Bahrain Naval Force ships in a deal worth over more than €50 million Euro.
The company gave no details on what the update package involved nor did it name the warships being updated.