Vitavox is delighted to announce that it has received a £1.4M contract from Leonardo MW Ltd to supply loudspeakers, microphones and headsets for a new Royal Navy platform build. Vitavox has been supplying the Royal Navy with communications equipment since 1930 and this contract represents the latest in a long line of service. The equipment has included end-customer specifications and has been designed by us based on equipment with sound naval providence.
For more information about Vitavox’s range of off-the-shelf and bespoke audio solutions, please contact our sales team on +44 (0)20 8732 1321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Vitavox are on Stand 3 this October 30-31. We’ll be displaying a range of Navy products along with information on our other latest developments. For more information, please call or send an email and the team will be happy to discuss your requirements.
We’re at stand S10-135 this Sept 10-13. We’ll be showing off Outacom and our other latest developments. For more information, please call or send an email and the team will be happy to discuss your requirements.
The AJAX armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) and Vitavox’s Outacom Tactical Communications System featured on ITV’s Her Majesty's Cavalry on the 4 June.
Episode one of the six-part documentary series focussed on the Household Cavalry, one of the oldest (300 years +) and best known regiments in the British Army. Their various regiments are divided into horseback and AFV teams, the latter of which ride in the AJAX tank.
AJAX and it’s six variants (589 units) are all equipped with the Outacom - the only full Def Stan and MIL-SPEC qualified tactical vehicle public address system currently in production.
Created to keep personnel safe, Outacom allows the operator to:
Direct, command and control the immediate locale from within the vehicle
Protect vehicle personnel from the enemy - no requirement to expose head to communicate
Safer control of crowd dispersal and area clearance
Reduced probability of unnecessary escalation of violence
See an excerpt of AJAX and Outacom in the clip below.