Embraer and ELTA Systems, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), have signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement to develop next-generation P600 AEW (Airborne Early Warning) aircraft, based on the advanced Embraer Praetor 600 business jet, at the 53rd International Paris Air Show. The primary sensor of the P600 AEW is the IAI/ELTA 4th generation Digital Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar with integrated IFF capabilities
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) unit Elta Systems has won a contract to supply C-MMR multi-task radar systems to the Finnish army. Elta did not disclose the price of the deal
Israel Aerospace Industries subsidiary ELTA Systems has won a contract to provide the Drone Guard system for detection, identification and disruption of UAVs and drones to Argentina. The Drone Guard sold to Argentina will be used for securing large-scale international events held in Buenos Aires this year, including the 2018 Youth Olympics, and the G20 Summit that will take place in the Argentinian capital, the company said in a statement Tuesday
UK-based Horizon Technologies released the first images of its Xtender technology Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) module mounted on a small rotary-wing UAV. UAV testing is being conducted in order to address customer requirements for small UAV-based Sat phone SIGINT (Thuraya, ISatPhone Pro and Iridium networks)
South Korea will buy two Israeli-made Green Pine Block C radar early warning radar systems to boost its medium-range air defense, Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said today. Seoul's defense project promotion committee approved the project worth 330 billion won (US$292 million) to buy Green Pine Block C radar systems produced by ELTA, a subsidiary of the defense firm Israel Aerospace Industries, DAPA said in a release, Yohnap News reported
Elta, a unit of Israeli Aerospace Industries may have won a prized contract to supply Multimode Fire Control Radars for Indias Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) ‘Tejas fighter jet. The company, in an October 16 press release announced a “$55-million contract for Multimode Airborne ELM-2032 Fire Control Radars to be installed on newly produced advanced combat aircraft of an Asian country
Indias Tech Mahindra and Israeli ELTA Systems, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI have partnered to provide cyber solutions and services to government and enterprise customers in India and around the world. The partnership will enable the companies to design and deliver bespoke Security Operation Centres (C-SOCs), Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) and Forensic Laboratories, leveraging on automation and orchestration tools, AI and Machine learning analytics
The Lithuanian Armed Forces recently signed a contract with Israeli company ELTA Systems Ltd for five gap-filler short-range air surveillance radars and logistic maintenance services. Two of the radars are bought to compensate for the negatives impact wind farms developed in ŠilutÄ— and TauragÄ— districts have on the ability of the Lithuanian Armed Forces air surveillance radars to detect and track air targets, the armed forces said in a press release Thursday
The Czech Republic Ministry of Defence is understood to have defered a deal to buy Eight ELM-2084 multi-mission radar systems worth Euro 175 million over concerns that the radar would be incompatible with its NATO-compliant systems. The Czech MoD is said to have issued instructions to its procurement agency to defer the deal out of concern that the Israeli radar systems cannot be connected to other systems used by NATO forces
The Israel Air Force and Israel Navy have completed a successful trial of its Iron Dome short range missile defense system intercepting rockets fired at sea. The IDF trial imagined a scenario similar to attempts by terrorist organizations in Gaza to strike marine targets during Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014
Elta has been awarded a not-to-exceed $39 million contract action for counter unmanned aerial system supplies. This contract provides counter unmanned aerial system in support of US Strategic Command joint emergent operational needs, the US department of defense said in a statement Thursday
Israels Rafael Advanced Defense Systems is offering its Trophy Active Protection System and Spike missiles for Australias LAND 400 armored vehicles program and plans to open a local company in the country. “In order to meet the anticipated demand, Rafael will be opening a local company in Australia to jointly produce the SPIKE missiles with Australias Varley and will be purchasing metal for various system from Australia's Bisalloy Steel Group,” the company announced on Monday
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