Technological expertise in development of products and systems applied to the Air and Maritime Traffic Control and Navigation (CNS\ATM); Weather Radars; Telemetry; Integrated Networks; Communication; Defense and Public Security..
Specialized teams in each area to provide the best solutions for every client.
The portfolio of IACIT offers its customers professional services in R & D and Innovation, SW Development and Solutions for Integrated Logistic Support, with specialized technical teams located throughout Brazil. The IACIT also has extensive experience in the manufacture, assembly, installation, integration, testing and civil works for the installation of equipment and systems..
After three years of work, Iacit has completed the DME project. Tested under the most demanding environmental conditions, to ensure their full operation, the equipment has met all the requirements of ICAO - Annex 10 and, therefore, was approved in Compliance Assessment Process by ICEA.
The EPDI of IACIT had the cooperation of the factory and all sectors of the headquarters for this mission.
The DME was 100% designed and produced by IACIT and is the first certified equipment in Brasil.
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING JAMMER
Today, security forces from all over the world are facing a new kind of threat: Drones, flying platforms controlled by radio, which are hovering over stadiums, prisons and places of great concentration of people and may pose threats.
Looking at this scenario IACIT has designed and produced the JAMMER SCE-0100 - Electronic Countermeasure System to Lock/Meddling, which is able to block drones controlled by radio, cellular signals in tactical missions and cellular signals against RCIED.
IACIT STARTS CONSTRUCTION THE FIRST STATION OTH IN BRAZIL
The OTH 0100 IACIT Radar is a security system that detects targets on the sea surface over the horizon, has the capacity to monitor vessels up to 200 NM (Nautical Miles) away from the coast, beyond the direct line of sight from conventional radars.
The OTH station is being built by IACIT in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil and project completion and start of operations is planned for March 2016.