Indra Will Equip the Royal Thai Air Force with Its Lanza 3D Radar

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MADRID, Spain (, 14 September 2018, Editor: Galina Zdravkova, Photo credit: Indra

The global leading technology and consulting company Indra revealed on 11 September 2018 that it will equip the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) with its Lanza 3D Radar, learned

The Lanza 3D Radar delivery contract also covers the supply of other associated equipment such as Indra’s AirDef (an advanced air defence command and control system), as well as training of the Royal Thai Air Force operation and maintenance personnel, spares and warranty.

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Lanza is a family of advanced 3D radar systems based on a fully modular and scalable architecture, both in hardware equipment and software packages. The family features a big variety of options related to the configuration so that each end user may receive a system adapted to the relevant needs. In all cases, however, the most demanding and specific, operational requirements are achieved. These multi-scenario, multi-role radars meet the current NATO requirements and have advanced functionalities for meeting future challenges.

The global Defence and Security technology solutions supplier Indra has been working in the field of design, manufacturing, operation and integration of tri-dimensional radars for more than 30 years. All radar systems belonging to that family are 3D, solid state, operate in L band, apply pencil beam exploration (electronic control in elevation of radiation beams), with distributed architecture, redundant in critical elements, allowing for soft-fail degradation in the case of certain items failure. As of the moment, the LANZA radar family is in service on five of the continents.

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With this project, Indra strengthens its commercial position in the Asia-Pacific region, where the company has operated for more than 2 decades. The commercial office of the company in Thailand was opened in 2017. Three air traffic control radars of Indra are already in operation in this country.

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