Inzpire Limited has completed deliveries of its GECO System to UK MoD Apache, Chinook, Merlin and Bell helicopter forces following its success in the competition for the Cockpit Situational Awareness Tool (CSAT) Programme. Since contract award in May 2018, Inzpire has delivered GECO Systems and associated operator training for personnel based at Wattisham, Middle Wallop, Odiham, Culdrose, Akrotiri and Brunei under the CSAT Programme.
Inzpire’s Head of Mission Systems, Jonny Smith, said: “It has been an absolute pleasure to work with Army Capability, Joint Helicopter Command and Defence Equipment & Support staff, along with front line units, to deliver the CSAT Programme on time and on budget. This is testament to the excellent team approach that has been evident throughout the Programme. Inzpire looks forward to supporting the versatile GECO System in service for many years to come.”
Inzpire’s GECO System is designed to enhance the safety of missions through its suite of safety and aircrew assistance applications. The system increases mission effectiveness through the provision of situational awareness and decision assistance applications, whilst offering outstanding value for money through the use of commercial off the shelf hardware solutions where appropriate. There are over 400 GECO Systems in service with the Royal Navy, Army Air Corps and the Royal Air Force along with overseas customers including the Royal Jordanian Air Force and the Indonesian Air Force.
Inzpire’s Mission Systems Division produces some of the most innovative and highly-regarded Mission Systems available for the air environment. Our products are in frontline operational use with UK and international armed forces, delivering situational awareness, safety of flight and mission enhancing capabilities across helicopter, fixed wing and multi-engine platforms.