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Lockheed Martin to provide gyrocam sensor systems to Canada

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA (BNS): US defence major Lockheed Martin will deliver eight Gyrocam sensor systems to the Canadian Department of National Defence under a foreign military sales contract from the U S Marine Corps.

The sensor systems to be delivered in third quarter this year will be installed on Cougar Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles.

Gyrocam sensor systems include high-resolution colour, night vision and thermal sensors in a stabilized gimbal that can be mast-mounted on virtually any ground, airborne, maritime or expeditionary platform to provide unobstructed, 360-degree surveillance and threat detection capability.

This is Lockheed Martin's third international order for Gyrocam sensor systems. The Company has already delivered sensor systems to support Canadian Armed Forces Expedient Route Opening Capability teams.

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