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GDSI to ship mobile command and control vehicle to Sadara

Staff writer |
Global Digital Solutions (GDSI) announced Tuesday new details regarding the company’s planned shipment of a high-end, mobile command and control vehicle from recently acquired North American Custom Specialty Vehicles, LLC (NACSV).




The sophisticated, custom-manufactured vehicle is expected to be shipped soon to Sadara, a $20 billion petrochemical joint venture between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco, the global petroleum and chemicals enterprise owned by Saudi Arabia.

NACSV, a leading builder of mobile command/communications and specialty vehicles for emergency management, first responders, national security and law enforcement operations, also recently delivered a $600,000 mobile command center to a local sheriff’s office in Florida.

GDSI announced the acquisition of NACSV on June 18, 2014. NACSV’s Mobile Command and Control vehicles are typically equipped with a suite of sophisticated capabilities, including night-vision, live surveillance, back-to-base video, and secure, encrypted communications data links to support command and control decision-making.


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