REDARC Defence Systems has been selected as Kongsberg Defence Australia’s preferred partner and supplier of electro-mechanical components for the NASAMS system’s Fire Distribution Centre (FDC) as part of project LAND 19 Phase 7B.
Established in 1979, REDARC Electronics Pty Ltd is an Australian, privately-owned, advanced electronics manufacturer successfully supplying patented solutions to the Australian and international heavy commercial and defence vehicle sectors. As a design-to manufacture business, REDARC is uniquely positioned to support defence requirements, both now and in the future.
In 2019 the company launched REDARC Defence Systems Pty Ltd, a dedicated business to meet the growing needs of the Australian Defence market for wholly Australian Owned Defence medium sized enterprises that can foster the development of intellectual property in Australia.
Mr Mike Hartas, REDARC Defence Account Manager said, “REDARC Defence Systems is proud to work with KONGSBERG on the LAND 19 Phase 7B program in Australia. KONGSBERG´s approach to Australian Industry Capability is testament to what can be done when the Defence companies and Australian industry want to work together to deliver real capability to the Australian Defence Force. The transfer of technology to Australian industry will ensure the capability delivered under LAND 19 Phase 7B will be enduring and supportable in Australia.”
REDARC offers a blend of commercial off the-shelf, modified off-the-shelf and customised and build-to-print electronic solutions that improve the capability, safety and flexibility of a variety of defence vehicles and applications. REDARC have supplied battery monitoring and power management solutions to defence vehicles domestically and internationally.
With over 250 years combined experience in their engineering department, a purpose-built design and manufacturing facility and a hand-picked production team, REDARC has the capability to conceptualise, design, test and manufacture complex electronics products for defence applications.
You can learn more about REDARC Defence Systems capabilities here.