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Elbit Swedish Army LSS Mark Digitisation Contract

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Elbit Systems awarded approximately $170 million contract to become integration partner for Swedish Army LSS Mark digitisation programme.


Press Release, Haifa, 25 October 2023: Elbit Systems Sweden AB was awarded a contract worth approximately $170 million to become the integration partner for the Swedish Army digitalisation programme LSS Mark. The contract will be performed over a ten year period.

As the integration partner, Elbit Systems Sweden will lead the roll-out of the Swedish Armed Forces digitisation programme for the army and integrate, install, maintain and upgrade command and control systems on a variety of platforms from command posts, vehicles, through to dismounted systems, and as such both support the growth of Swedish army as well as capability enhancements.

The work will take place at Elbit Systems Sweden’s facilities, increasing the local footprint, employing dozens of system engineers, technicians and field support engineers over the next few years, enhancing Elbit Systems’ commitment to grow and expand local know-how and capabilities of Elbit Systems Sweden.

Tobias Wennberg, General Manager of Elbit Systems Sweden AB: “To be selected as the integration partner for the Army digitisation programme is a significant achievement for Elbit Systems and we are very proud of this award. It helps strengthen our position as a core technology partner to FMV and the Swedish Armed Forces on their digitalisation journey and we are honoured to be able to support this journey as a partner to both FMV, the Swedish Armed Forces and other industrial partners over the next years.”

Haim Delmar, General Manager of Elbit System C4I & Cyber: “The decision to once again select Elbit Systems validates the technological and operational advantages offered by our solutions. This decision marks another milestone for Elbit Sweden as we continue to support the digitisation of the Swedish Armed Forces. We are committed to growing and expanding our domestic capabilities in Sweden.”


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