Elbit Systems awarded $170M contract for Swedish Army digitalization

Elbit Systems announced that its Swedish subsidiary has secured a contract valued at approximately $170 million for the digitalization program LSS Mark of the Swedish Army. The contract will span a period of ten years.

As the chosen integration partner, Elbit Systems Sweden will be responsible for implementing the Swedish Armed Forces’ digital transformation. The scope of the contract includes integrating, installing, maintaining, and upgrading command and control systems. These systems will be deployed across various platforms, ranging from command posts and vehicles to individual dismounted systems, according to the company.

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