NATO Experts Get Acquainted with Polish Radars. NIAG visits PIT-RADWAR

Image Credit: R. Surdacki
Image Credit: R. Surdacki

Delegates from the NATO Industrial Advisory Group paid a visit to the Polish PIT-RADWAR company that delivers radars and air defence systems to the Polish military.

According to the release issued by PIT-PIT-RADWAR S.A., the company was visited by the representatives of the NATO Industrial Advisory Group, accompanied by representatives of the PGZ S.A. company and of the Polish MoD. The study visit prepared by the PGZ Group, in collaboration with PIT-RADWAR S.A., took place within the framework of NIAG meeting organized in Poland by the Polish NIAG delegation. The event provided the officials with an opportunity to showcase the defence potential offered by the Polish defence industry.

The participants attended a presentation showcasing the achievements and products of the PIT-RADWAR S.A. company. Then, the NIAG representatives got some hands-on experience with the equipment manufactured by the Polish entity, including the POPRAD anti-aircraft system and PIT-RADWAR’s passive location system.

NATO Industrial Advisory Group is an advisory/consultancy body of NATO that also involves representatives of the industry and research domain entities hailing from the NATO member states. NIAG acts as a forum for exchange of views on industrial, technological, economic, management-related and other aspects pertaining to R&D, technological development and arms manufacturing. The group supports the defence industry, promoting international cooperation, expertise exchange, also creating new supply chains and deepening the interoperability, standards, certification analytical efforts. NIAG also showcases the domain-related know-how.