Boeing signs MOU with Polish firm

  • 03-Sep-2009 02:47 EDT

The Boeing Co. and WB Electronics of Poland signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that outlines opportunities for future cooperation in areas such as ground combat vehicle battle management and command, control, and communications systems. Since launching in 1998, WB Electronics has focused on supply of mission-critical solutions, turnkey systems, and products for military customers. WB Electronics employs more than 100 engineers and specializes in the development of complex electronics, mechanics, and software. The company has developed R&D capabilities and field experience in modernization of military platforms. WB Electronics has become well known in international markets by offering innovative, state-of-the-art, integrated systems and licensing its technology to the most demanding defense equipment producers.

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