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NSM Signs contract with Embraer

Norwegian Special Mission signed a contract with Embraer to supply six (6) UNIFIS 3000 Navaids Flight Inspection Systems to be integrated into six Embraer Legacy 500 aircraft.

Legacy 500

Norwegian Special Mission (NSM) signed a contract with Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer (NYSE ERJ) to supply six UNIFIS 3000. The systems will be integrated by Embraer Defence Systems into six factory new Legacy 500 business aircraft. The end user is the Brazilian Air Force (FAB).

UNIFIS 3000

 

FLY-BY-WIRE

The aircraft is equipped with full Fly-By-Wire for increased safety for special missions and have the latest Rockwell Collins Fusion cockpit. The UNIFIS 3000 will use DGPS-RTK and UNICAM as primary positioning systems. The first aircraft is expected to be delivered to FAB within 2016.

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