Romania’s CIVITAS to supply government with C-UAS border protection units

Romania’s CIVITAS Systems – a company specialising in border control and other critical infrastructure security systems – has won a RON 39.4 million (USD8.5 million) contract from the Romanian government to supply counter-UAS units financed through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan

According to a listing in the Euro.TED tender portal and translated by google translate:

“The acquisition aims to provide hardware equipment and computer applications for identifying, monitoring and neutralizing UAV threats, jointly organized by the Guard and Protection Service (SPP) through U.M. 0149F (Association Leader) and the Special Telecommunications Service (STS)..”

According to the tender award, CIVATAS competed with three other companies for the order and was the best performing in areas which included extended RF monitoring, GSM detection and detection accuracy.

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(Image:Shutterstock – infrared and thermal cameras mounted on a Romanian Border Police vehicle)

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