UVision will demonstrate integration capabilities of its dual loitering intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR)/munition systems for air, land, and sea platforms, at the upcoming DSEI exhibition.
For the first time, UVision will display the maritime capabilities of its HERO Lethal Loitering system on an NPL. In addition to the NPL on display, the company will also exhibit the entire HERO family of 6 systems, as well as a Vehicle Platform Launcher demonstrating the HERO-30's integration capabilities with land platforms.
"This capability can have a crucial impact on the operational independence of soldiers on the battlefield, and their ability to respond quickly, effectively, and in real time against the threats surrounding them – and may actually save their lives,” Yair Dubester, President & CEO said in a statement Wednesday.
The HERO family includes six systems (HERO 30, 70, 120, 250, 400 & 900), designed for assorted tasks at various ranges. HERO systems enable high-speed transit flight and low-speed loitering, depending on the tactical or strategic needs of the mission–handling moving targets, moving light-duty vehicles, tanks, and other strategic objectives.
The HERO systems may be provided in the ISR configuration, enabling the use of the platform as a means for gathering intelligence, or as a missile enabling precision attacks on targets, using warheads of various types and weights.
The HERO family can carry out pinpoint strikes in urban areas or remote locations, with minimal collateral damage. In cases where an attack is aborted, HERO systems can be recalled and another target selected. With extremely low noise and thermal signature, these systems integrate highly advanced stabilized Electro-Optics day/night cameras and are ideal for deployment from air, land, and sea.
Rockwell Collins will introduce a new lightweight, wearable version of its FireStorm Integrated Targeting system at Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2015, September 15-18 in London. The company announced Friday that it is also showing for the first time in Europe its new TruNet networked communication solution
Saab will present the newly-developed Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) for the first time at DSEI. Earlier this year Saab and Boeing tested the Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB)
UVision announced Monday that it has unveiled its full line of multi-operational BLOS (Beyond Line of Sight) precision loitering solutions for a range of operational scenarios at the Paris Air Show 2015. These systems integrate highly advanced stabilized Electro-Optics day/night cameras with low noise and thermal signature
Israel-based UVision Air today signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with FIRSTEC for the marketing of lethal aerial loitering systems in South Korea. FIRSTEC will market and supply the short-range Hero-30 loitering and attack UAV systems in South Korea
Ansat Helicopter Certified To Fly At 3,500 metres By Rosaviatsiya
Tiruchi Assault Rifle Handed Over To Indian Border Security Force
US-Pakistan Military Relations Seen Thawing as Washington sends Fighter Jets for Joint...
Boeing Unmanned Passenger Aircraft Completes First Flight
US Blocks Sale of Sukhoi Superjet Aircraft to Iran
Gripen Prospects Brighten as Croatia Threatens Israeli Used F-16 Deal Cancellation
Chinese Aircraft Maker Issues RFP for Stealth Aircraft’s Target Detection Systems
South Korean Air Defence System Beat Russian Tunguska-M1, Pantsir in Indian Trials
The MiG-29, one of Russias most exported military jet has been upgraded in India that expands its capabilities from an...
Russian fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) Su-57 will for the first time perform flights during the ARMY 2018 event near...
The American-made Patriot and Russian S-400 Triumf air defense systems are currently hogging international orders despite their price tags running...
The Russian ministry of defense on Thursday published a series of videos showcasing the production, deployment and installation and testing...
The market for fighter jets in countries which are expected to have open competitions is estimated at US$50 billion to...
The Indian MoD's plan to purchase 110 fighter jets may be its costliest fighter jet buy ever with the entire...