Harris Books Navy Deals to Upgrade Airborne Moving Maps

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) inked follow-on contracts from the U.S. Navy totaling nearly $30 million to upgrade the Tactical Airborne Moving Map Capability (TAMMAC) Digital Map System.

According to the firm, “the TAMMAC Digital Map Computer provides military aircrews with sophisticated moving maps and other critical mission information via cockpit displays. The contracts bring the total value of the TAMMAC program for Harris to more than $140 million since 1997.”

“These follow-on contracts represent key milestones in this very successful, long-term program with the U.S. Navy and its international TAMMAC partners, ” said Pat Seamon, vice president, Avionics and Electronics Programs, Harris Government Communications Systems. “Harris has delivered more than 1, 400 TAMMAC units to date, and are moving into new phases of graphics technology for this critical situational awareness capability used in such a wide variety of tactical aircraft worldwide.”

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