MEDIA ISI HELLAS - Delivery of Link 22 Data Link Processor (DLP) to the Republic of Korea (ROK)
Interoperability Systems International Hellas S.A. (ISI Hellas), within the frame of its exporting activities and efforts, has successfully developed and delivered to the ROK Agency of Défense Development (ADD) and DAPA the Link 22 Data Link Processor.
Following the relevant approval by NILE Program Management Office, the company provided to ADD the DPL Application Software, the transfer of its Technology Know-How and the appropriate training.
Specifically, ISI Hellas delivered, based on the technology of its Universal Link System (ULS) the DLP with forwarding, correlation, track management, weapon engagement, capabilities included in the state of the art Data Link used in Network Centric Enabled Naval Operations.
This achievement is the result of the company’s extensive technology know-how and expertise in the areas of Command & Control, Tactical Data Links and Simulation Systems as depicted in its track record of delivered systems that are in operational use by its international customers.
“We greatly value our cooperation with ADD and DAPA and thank them for their confidence to our capabilities and systems. From the beginning of this cooperation our main goal was to satisfy the technical and operational requirement of the ROK Government and we are available to provide our support and services in the future for the benefit of their Armed Forces capabilities” said Dimitris Karantzavelos, CEO of ISI Hellas S.A.
The ULS is a versatile Multi-link Gateway and is in service, in various configurations in several countries around the world. The system can host multiple network links, Link 11 (TADIL A and B), Link 16 (TADIL J), IJMS simultaneously as well as multiple combinations of NATO Link 1, Link 11A/B, ADTL-1, Link 16, JREAP, SIMPLE and Link 22.
ISI Hellas S.A. is engaged in the design, development, integration, installation, testing, and follow-on support of software intensive Tactical Command, Control and Communications Systems (C3I), Data Links, Tactical Mission Systems, Interoperability Solutions and respective Simulators for Testing and Training purposes.
Date: Apr 12, 2018