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ECA will be exhibiting at IDEX 2009 in Hall 7 Stand C36

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: 18 February, 2009  (Company News)
ECA designs and delivers state of the art robotic and intelligent solutions for Defence &
Civil customers.
The main aim of ECA developments is to save humans involved in life threatening missions such as Mine Warfare, EOD/IEDD, conflicts, terrorist threats, hazmat, nuclear power industry or deep offshore. With over 600 robots sold worldwide, ECA is the world leader in Unmanned Underwater Mine Disposal Vehicles.

ECA exhibits SIMBA 45, System for Imaging and Bathymetry, designed for carrying out
missions such as hydrographic & oceanographic survey, homeland security and mine warfare.

The embarked systems & equipment are Autonomous Unmanned Underwater Vehicle ALISTER, Unmanned Surface Vehicle INSPECTOR, Mine-killer K-STER, ROV H300/H1000, towed sonar and a hyperbaric chamber. Together with the silent propulsion mode, low magnetic signature through preliminary degaussing and deperming of the vessel itself, designed by RAIDCO, it offers a discreet, flexible and low cost solution.

ECA also exhibits three of the modular and reconfigurable UGVs (Unmanned Ground
Vehicles), part of ECA's coherent range, developed to answer the newly expressed needs of Armies. These UGVs, based on a new architecture, have already incited the interest of many end users in charge of complex operations where humans are frequently dangerously exposed.

EDA has notified ECA of the contract for the evaluation, choice and integration of a new
detection robot for IED detection. This contract is managed in collaboration with other
European partners and should lead to dispose of new means against IED threats.
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