SEOUL, April 16 (Yonhap) -- Hanwha Systems, a South Korean solution provider for defense electronics, said Monday that it has unveiled its naval combat management system at a defense and security exhibition in Malaysia.
The company said it will ramp its sales pitch for its system at the Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference that runs from Monday through Thursday at Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Center in Kuala Lumpur.
Hanwha Systems said it has provided optimized naval combat management system for various types of vessels, ranging from small patrol vessels to large vessels, such as frigates, destroyers, and landing platforms.
The South Korean company also said it will display integrated coastal surveillance system, a total surveillance solution that combines effective detection and identification through sensors.
Separately, Hanwha Defense Systems, a defense contractor of Hanwha Group, unveiled its Tigon armored vehicle at the exhibition.
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