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Dominating the New High Ground

March 6, 2017 by · Comment
Filed under: ELTA Systems, IAI, Syndicated Industry News 
The growing use of improvised, weaponized drones triggered a new interest in counter-UAV capabilities. Such countermeasures are required to warn the unit on the presence of drones in their area and have the ability to disrupt and defeat those drones when required. Until now, such unavailable were not available in the region. Although US forces have deployed some off-the-shelf C-UAV capabilities in the Middle-East since 2016, most of these technologies were not exportable to allied nations.
              

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following a successful test series David’s Sling to become operational this year,

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New Tactical 3DHFDF Fixes High-Frequency Radios in 160 Miliseconds

June 16, 2013 by · Comment
Filed under: ELTA Systems, IAI, Israel, Syndicated Industry News 

elk7065_focusA compact three dimensional (3D) high frequency (HF) radio direction finder technology developed by a team of communication intelligence (COMINT) experts at Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Elta Systems group enables law enforcement and military...

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Indian Offset Policy Leads to Israeli Contract

Israeli company ELTA Systems placed a contract with Astra Microwave worth about $11 M for components. This is due to the offset provisions in Indian law for foreign firms winning contracts. MarketWatch.com has the press release. Israeli companies won a major contract to provide airborne radar and surveillance aircraft from India recently and this award may be an offset for that contract. Read more

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