Elbit Systems demonstrated SigmaCell, a real-time active cellular intelligence system that neutralizes cellular communications of terrorists and criminals at the on-going Eurosatory 2018.
Based on Elbit Systems’ Signal Intelligence, SigmaCell was designed to detect, identify, intercept and expose details of target cellular devices and their precise location. Covering the entire cellular spectrum (gsm, umts and lte) Sigmacell captures hundreds of devices simultaneously and can be remotely operated via a web based user interface, the company said in a statement Monday.
Either portable or stationary, SigmaCell can be utilized in a variety of environments and operational scenarios such as thwarting terrorist and criminal activity, detecting and preventing cellular usage in prisons, protecting borders and checkpoints, rescuing survivors in catastrophes and protecting sensitive facilities, the company claims.
Invisible and undetectable, SigmaCell can be integrated with other Elbit System’s cyber intelligence solutions such as C4I systems, Electronic Warfare and location systems, to maximize customers’ benefits and enhance their intelligence capabilities.
Elbit Systems subsidiary in Canada, GeoSpectrum Technologies has won a contract from STX Engine Co., to deliver a full end-to-end Underwater Sound Source System (USSS) and software package to the Republic of Korea (“ROK”) Navy
Elbit Systems has completed the successful delivery phase of the Land 125 Phase 3C contract supplying XACTth65 thermal weapon sights to the Australian Defence Force (ADF). Dan Webster, the Managing Director of Elbit Systems of Australia and Malcolm McKeith, the Director of Armaments Systems Program Office at The Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), signed the final delivery document at Melbournes historic Victoria Barracks on 22 March
Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems today announced a $65 million contract by an Asian-Pacific country to provide a Search and Rescue (SAR) solution connecting its army, navy and air force. Under the contract, the Israeli company will install Airborne Locator Systems (ALS) and Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs) onboard various mission aircraft and helicopters in use by the customer's Air Force, Army and Navy, and will also supply thousands of Personal Survival Radio (PSR) systems
Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems Ltd has been awarded a $150 million contract for Battle Management System Command and Control (BMS C2), the company said in a press release Thursday. The contract awarded by the Australian Department of Defence's Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group is to provide Through Life Support (TLS) services to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) for BMS C2
Elbit Systems has been awarded an initial contract of $13 million from the UK Ministry of Defense to provide its MORPHEUS Battlefield Management Application. The initial contract will be performed over a three-year period
Elbit Systems has won a $173 million contract to provide Naval Remote Controlled Weapon Stations (RCWS) to the Navy and Coast Guard of an Asia-Pacific country, most probably India. The contract will be performed over a five-year period, the company said in a statement Thursday without specifying the customer
NATO forces in a recent Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) exercise deployed Elbit Systems Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV). The ASW force included the Spanish Navys Santa Maria-class frigate “Victoria”, the Royal Navys Type-45 HMS Duncan as well as the Seagull USV, Elbit said in a statement Sunday
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