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Micronet Enertec gets $2M missile defense contract

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Emerson-based mobile aerospace computing company Micronet Enertec announced Thursday its wholly owned subsidiary, Enertec Systems 2001 Ltd, was awarded a $2 million project for the development and supply of a generic computer-based test, diagnosis and simulation system designated to support a vast range of advanced missile defense systems.

According to the announcement, the project was received from a leading multi-billion dollar Israeli-based aerospace and defense integrator partnering with a major U.S contractor for the development and global marketing of the state-of-the-art missile defense system. The customer has indicated that follow-on production orders are expected in 2015 currently estimated at a value of $4 million.

The company was awarded a similar contract in November.


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