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16 octobre 2015 5 16 /10 /octobre /2015 06:30
Israel receives upgraded C-130 transport

Israel is modernizing its C-130H fleet, Photo: Israeli Air Force.

 

TEL AVIV, Israel, Oct. 14 By Richard Tomkins (UPI)

 

A C-130 aircraft modernize by Elbit Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries has been delivered to the Israeli Air Force.

 

The Israeli Air Force reports that it has received its first C-130H Hercules transport it had modernized by Elbit Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries. The aircraft has new radar, digital screens, advanced systems and a new main wing. The IAF said the upgrades will help keep the plane flying for decades.

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15 septembre 2015 2 15 /09 /septembre /2015 07:50
Swiss parliament approves Hermes 900 deal

 

08 September, 2015 BY: Arie Egozi - FG

 

The Swiss parliament on 7 September voted in favour of an armed forces plan to buy six Elbit Systems Hermes 900 unmanned air vehicles, in a deal valued at $256 million.

 

Last year, the Hermes 900 was selected by the Swiss armed forces, but the signing of a contract was delayed until the receipt of political approval. A deal should now be signed within the next few weeks. The Hermes 900 UAVs to be supplied to Switzerland will be in an upgraded version that will improve performance in some parameters. One of the enhancements is the provision of a heavy fuel engine, which will enable the aircraft to achieve a higher rate of climb after take-off – a key requirement because of the country's mountainous terrain.

 

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7 septembre 2015 1 07 /09 /septembre /2015 11:50
Hermes 900 HFE photo Armasuisse

Hermes 900 HFE photo Armasuisse

 

07.09.2015  Communication DDPS, Marco Zwahlen

 

Après le Conseil national, le Conseil des Etats s’est prononcé à son tour en faveur du programme d’armement 2015 à hauteur de 542 millions de francs. Ce dernier prévoit le remplacement de trois systèmes qui arrivent à la fin de leur durée d’utilisation. Il est prévu d’acquérir six nouveaux drones de reconnaissance, des nouveaux simulateurs de tir pour fusil d’assaut 90 et 879 véhicules légers tout-terrain pour systèmes techniques.


En juin dernier, le Conseil national avait adopté le programme d’armement 2015 par 130 voix contre 55 et une abstention. Le Conseil des Etats lui emboîte maintenant le pas, par 31 voix contre 9 et 5 abstentions. La proposition de la gauche parlementaire de renoncer à l’acquisition de nouveaux drones de reconnaissance a été clairement rejetée. La minorité motivait sa demande en invoquant les trop nombreuses incertitudes d’ordre éthique, politique et pratique. Le ministre de la défense Ueli Maurer a argumenté qu’une acquisition en Israël ne va pas à l’encontre du droit international public, bien que le pays soit impliqué dans un conflit armé. Il a ajouté que la sécurité est un élément primordial pour un pays. Ces drones de reconnaissance nous permettent de combler une lacune qui existe depuis un certain temps. Cela sert la protection de la population suisse.

 

Acquisitions

Le système de drones de reconnaissance 95 de type Ranger est en service depuis une vingtaine d’années. Il est dépassé et les pièces de rechange ne peuvent plus être achetées. Une évaluation approfondie préconise l’acquisition du système de drones de reconnaissance non armés Hermes 900 HFE construit par Elbit Systems. Quant au simulateur de tir pour fusil d’assaut 90, il est en service depuis 1993. Les coûts d’entretien augmentent et les pièces de rechange ne peuvent également plus être achetées. Il est prévu de le remplacer par un simulateur de tir de nouvelle technologie. Par ailleurs, le Conseil fédéral entend remplacer l’actuel véhicule pour systèmes Steyr-Daimler-Puch 230 GE par le véhicule léger tout-terrain pour systèmes techniques, développé à partir du châssis du Mercedes-Benz G 300 CDI 4x4. Les coûts de maintenance et de réparation de ces véhicules, acquis il y a 25 ans, dépassent en effet les limites économiquement admissibles.
 

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29 juillet 2015 3 29 /07 /juillet /2015 12:30
Défense : 4 compagnies israéliennes dans le Top 100


28.07.2015 israpresse.net
 

Le dernier classement des 100 meilleures entreprises de défense du monde, publié mardi par le magazine américain Defense News comprend quatre compagnies israéliennes.

La société israélienne la mieux placée dans le prestigieux classement est Elbit Systems. L’entreprise a d’ailleurs progressé d’une place et arrive en 29e position, avec des recettes de 2,95 milliards de dollars en produits de défense sur l’année 2014.

Les Industries aérospatiales israéliennes (IAI), dirigées par Joseph Weiss, arrivent non loin derrière en 32e position (contre la 35e position en 2014), avec des recettes de 2,785 milliards de dollars.

Vient ensuite la compagnie Rafael Advanced Systems, dirigée par Yedidia Yaari, qui passe de la 48e à la 45e place, avec 1,965 milliard de recettes.

Enfin, les Industries militaires israéliennes (IMI), dirigées par Avi Felder, ont en revanche régressé de cinq places et arrivent en avant-dernière position du Top 100.

Les deux compagnies qui se trouvent en tête du classement sont les entreprises américaines Lockheed Martin (40,128 milliards de recettes dans le secteur de la défense) et Boeing (29 milliards, alors que les recettes de défense ne constituent que 32 % des revenus du fabricant).

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10 juin 2015 3 10 /06 /juin /2015 16:30
HERMES 900 with the following payloads - EO, IR, SAR,GMTI, MPR, ESM, ELINT - photo  Elbit Systems

HERMES 900 with the following payloads - EO, IR, SAR,GMTI, MPR, ESM, ELINT - photo Elbit Systems

 

June 10, 2015 by Elbit Systems

 

Elbit Systems will present a wide range of innovative next generation systems at the upcoming 51th Paris Air Show, set to take place in Le Bourget, from June 15 – 21, 2015. Visitors to the company’s booth (Chalet A-200, booth and outdoor display area A-8) will have an excellent opportunity to view new products and displays of the Company’s core technologies and cutting-edge solutions.

 

The following will be presented in the Company’s booth:

 

Military Avionics and Aircraft Upgrades

The SuperVisionTM Concept  generates a conformal image of the world outside the cockpit, as well as the aircraft systems, surroundings and threats, while simultaneously fusing together the various layers of information. Harsh environment and weather conditions, in conjunction with the immense flow of information during the flight, call for an intuitive display of flight and visual data.

This strategy creates an innovative solution that reduces the pilots' workload and allows them to focus on the successful completion of their mission, while flying “Head-Up” in any terrain and in all visibility conditions.

 

New Launch - BrightNite™ is a solution that enables utility helicopters to successfully perform Degraded Visual Environment (DVE) missions in more than 90% of the nights and provides them with piloting capabilities of attack helicopters and enables a new level of operational flight.

 

New Capabilities - Digital JHMCS is a lightweight and comfortable head mounted display (HMD), provided by RCEVS, a joint venture with Rockwell Collins. Offering an improved HMD Center of Gravity (CG) and balance and thus reducing neck strains, DJHMCS is plug and play, with minimal installation requirements and the ability to operate with the aircraft's current tracker and Electronic Unit. DJHMCS can replace legacy JHMCS equipment with no A/C modifications required, thus reducing life cycle costs. DJHMCS offers advanced video and color capabilities in both day and night missions using a modern, lightweight, well-balanced digital HMD system. The system’s proven symbology, combined with color, creates a superior solution that provides intelligent vision in the cockpit. It provides immediate and accurate recognition of friendly, threat and unknown targets and areas to create a complete view of the air, ground and sea picture.  This is accomplished with sophisticated software that integrates accurate intelligence with images, video and sound. The technological upgrade dramatically reduces the logistic and maintenance requirements.

 

C-Suite Tactical solution for C-130 aircraft is a flexible, modular solution created to effectively perform under the harsh and demanding conditions created by low altitude tactical environments. Providing accurate, real-time information projected on the Head-Up, Head-Down or Helmet Mounted displays, the C-Suite Tactical solution enables a safer and more precise mission as well as increased situational awareness.

 

CockpitNGTM is based on a smart central large area display (LAD) which includes all avionic components in one suite, fully integrated with the Helmet Mounted and Head-Up displays.  All of the systems' components were developed in a "Multi-touch-Screen" technology, allowing pilots to operate the aircraft in a smooth and customizable manner. 

 

Large Area Display (LAD) is a unique large area display, dual redundant, touch-screen enabled and featuring a wide dimming range for night vision goggle compatibility at low luminance levels. All products in this line are smart integrated modular avionics (IMA) displays that can host software applications  from either Elbit Systems, customer legacy software or third-party software.

 

 

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Electro-Option (EO) Payloads

 

New Launch - SkylarkTM I-LEX is a new generation of the legacy Skylark I-LE mini-UAS, man-portable electric propelled, best fitted for organic “beyond the next hill” reconnaissance, counter insurgency and force protection missions, as well as civil applications including perimeter security, border and coastal surveillance, anti-terror and a variety of law enforcement missions. The Skylark I-LEX is already operational as the standard battalion level UAS of the Israeli Land Forces and has accumulated thousands of operational sorties.

 

In the outdoor display area (#A8), the HermesTM 900 medium altitude long endurance (MALE) UAS will be showcased, equipped with a wide range of highly advanced payloads for a variety of missions.

 

The Hermes 900 UAS can be equipped with a variety of high performance sensors in a plug-and-play concept, allowing it to detect ground or maritime targets, over a wide spectral range. Providing over the horizon, persistent multi-payload capabilities, Hermes 900 is based on the proven and mature building blocks of Elbit Systems’ Hermes family, setting the highest levels of airworthiness, safety and reliability. This MALE UAS has been procured by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and additional international users.

 

PAYLOADS for UAS:

 

DCoMPASSTM  - Digital Compact Multi-Purpose Advanced Stabilized System is a highly stabilized electro-optical payload system, delivering superb day and night intelligence surveillance target acquisition and reconnaissance (ISTAR) capabilities in the harshest weather conditions. The multi-sensor system is designed for long-range surveillance and targeting functions for UAS, helicopters, fixed-wing, maritime and ground platforms.

 

Advanced Multi-sensor Payload System (AMPS) is a dynamic target detection and recognition payload for strategic ISTAR at standoff ranges. A highly stabilized EO payload, AMPS delivers excellent day and night ISTAR capabilities, facilitated by autonomous navigation with inertial system and GPS.

 

EMERALD–AES212 is a modular Airborne ESM/ELINT system for comprehensive radar detection for all types of manned and unmanned aircraft platforms. Designed for the densest and most complex electromagnetic environments, it meets the rapidly evolving needs of today's modern battlefields.  The system delivers sophisticated intelligence gathering capabilities for the detection and analysis of all types of radars - ground-based, airborne and shipboard.

 

COMINT/DF Systems are operational and battle-proven, designed as modular building blocks, capable of tackling various types of communication systems and able to fit any unmanned aircraft system (UAS). These systems utilize wideband multi-purpose receivers and meet the requirements of any EW/SIGINT payload, offering tactical intelligence reception in real time over wide rural and urban areas with precise DF, and enabling digital audio-recording.

 

COMJAM is a battle proven, modular, flexible, standalone, future-ready configuration of customizable, interoperable and interconnected airborne communications jamming (COMJAM) payload components for UAS. The system manages multiple frequency sub-bands, predefined threats list, and priority jamming with automatic or manual operation. Deployed as a stand-alone configuration or integrated with additional Elbit Systems EW support systems, the COMJAM payload can be mounted on a variety of airborne platforms as well as offer the ideal solution for forward battlefield areas.

 

Aircraft Self Protection Solutions

 

New Launch - Air Keeper EW & SIGINT Solution for Aircraft: A highly advanced solution that provides two significantly critical capabilities in one: intelligence gathering and EW defensive capacities onboard the same platform. The solution enables the aircraft to perform missions for any existing plane as cargo, tanker, transport etc.

 

Mini-MUSIC™ is an advanced, flight-tested directed infrared countermeasure (DIRCM) system in a single compact and lightweight package easily installed on small and medium rotary and fixed-wing platforms. The system protects small to medium sized rotary and fixed-wing aircraft against heat seeking ground to air missiles (MANPADS).

C-MUSIC™ is a unique multi-spectral infrared fiber-laser based DIRCM system that will be showcased in an impressive 2.7m long pod hung from the booth's ceiling, demonstrating its outstanding aerodynamic structure. The pod will be outfitted with see-through windows to enable visitors to examine the advanced fiber laser based DIRCM mirror turret, as well as the PAWS (IR Passive Approach Warning System) sensors.

J-MUSICTM  is designed to protect large aircraft, transporters, tankers, special mission platforms and VIP jets against MANPADS. Lightweight, compact and easily installed, J-MUSIC is a distributed system, meaning that the LRUs can be installed in various locations onboard the aircraft, enabling an optimized installation solution for protection of the aircraft. It has been selected for several programs such as Embraer's KC-390 aircraft for the Brazilian Air Force and the German Air Force’s A-400M aircraft.

 

ALL-in-SMALL™ is an airborne unified self-protection system, offering a complete, lightweight and compact electronic warfare (EW) suite in a single LRU for any airborne platform. ALL-in-SMALL is comprised of an EW controller, digital radar warning receiver, IR missile warning system, advanced laser warning system and chaff/flare dispensing system. It can be optimally integrated with a DIRCM system, due to its high range detection capabilities, high DF accuracy and extremely fast hand-over from IR MWS to DIRCM.

 

Unified Self-Protection Suite for Fighter Aircraft includes the most

advanced multi-spectral DAS and ESM capabilities in a single LRU, delivering the  highest  DF accuracy,  identification,  and  location  of received signals, very high probability of intercept (POI), and enabling swift response. The suite is already deployed onboard various fighter aircraft around the globe.

 

PAWS™ is a family of IR-based (Infrared) Passive Warning Systems that provides a comprehensive, turn-key solution for airborne platforms. The sophisticated IR Missile Warning Systems (MWS) enhance airborne platform survivability by providing advance warning of the presence of threatening missiles - and by automatic management of all types of applicable countermeasures available onboard.

 

IR-CENTRIC™ is a solution that utilizes the foundations of the de-facto standard in missile warning systems (MWS), an infrared-based MWS, to harness the information streamed from its sensors for facilitating a multi-role, multi-function nexus, mission protection and safety enhancement from one single system, while responding to most modern airborne and ground operational requirements.

 

ESM/ELINT provides a full spectrum 0.5-40 GHz coverage ESM/ELINT capabilities are integrated into the EW subsystems to automatically detect, measure, identify, monitor and intercept all ground-based, shipborne and airborne radar signals. Elbit Systems ELINT systems provide continuous/uninterrupted platform protection, surveillance, early warning, information gathering and storage, geo-location and data analysis.

 

Training and Simulation

 

Military Pilot Training Solutions

Elbit Systems provides comprehensive simulator support services such as Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), training, manuals and spare parts. Our customers can avail themselves of our full technical potential to support needs throughout the system lifecycle. The latest integrated data environment is employed for visibility into assets in transit, repair, inventory and simulator down-time. Elbit Systems maintains a flexible closed loop Failure Reporting & Corrective Action System (FRACAS) process that provides a framework for identifying and tracking causes of failures and determining and verifying corrective actions.

 

Embedded Virtual Avionics (EVATM) for trainer aircraft, can be installed on basic or advanced trainer aircraft, transforming the aircraft into a virtual advanced fighter while maintaining the hourly training costs of a trainer. The EVA virtual avionics suite is designed to shorten the training gap which exists today between trainer and modern fighter aircraft. EVA is manufactured in a minimal integration configuration, thus reducing aircraft integration costs virtually to zero.

 

SkyBreakerTM is Elbit Systems’ Mission Training Center (MTC), a networked multi-cockpit, mission oriented training center supporting many aircraft types. SkyBreaker provides realistic simulated battlefield training using all aircraft systems and mission scenarios to enhance all levels of pilot training. A world leader in field-proven training and simulation solutions, Elbit Systems developed SkyBreaker to save actual flight hours by presenting aircrews with high-fidelity, simulator-based training. The SkyBreaker facility houses a complex networked system designed to provide an entire squadron with the tools to practice modern air combat using SkyScen™, a sophisticated computer generated forces (CGF) solution, in a fully integrated military setting.

 

About Elbit Systems

Elbit Systems Ltd. is an international high technology company engaged in a wide range of defense, homeland security and commercial programs throughout the world. The Company, which includes Elbit Systems and its subsidiaries, operates in the areas of aerospace, land and naval systems, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance ("C4ISR"), unmanned aircraft systems, advanced electro-optics, electro-optic space systems, EW suites, signal intelligence systems, data links and communications systems, radios and cyber based systems. The Company also focuses on the upgrading of existing platforms, developing new technologies for defense, homeland security and commercial aviation applications and providing a range of support services, including training and simulation systems.

 

For additional information, visit: www.elbitsystems.com, follow us on Twitter or visit our official Youtube Channel

 

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23 mars 2015 1 23 /03 /mars /2015 17:20
CLRF-IC Common Laser Range Finder - Intergrated Capabilities

CLRF-IC Common Laser Range Finder - Intergrated Capabilities

 

23 March 2015 naval-technology.com

 

The US Marine Corps (USMC) has awarded a contract to Elbit Systems' US subsidiary for the delivery of Common Laser Range Finder-Integrated Capability (CLRF-IC).

 

The $73.4m indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract has a performance period that runs up to 2020 and the initial order under the IDIQ award amounts to $7.5m.

 

Work under the contract will be carried out by the company in Merrimack, New Hampshire.

 

Commenting on the contract, Elbit Systems of America president and chief executive officer Raanan Horowitz said: "We are pleased to provide the USMC with their new rugged CLRF-IC, a lightweight system that is mission-ready and safer for the foot-mobile Marine.

 

"Leveraging the innovative capabilities of our imaging, range finding, and degraded environment navigation solutions, Marines are now able to acquire targets without breaking cover from their concealed fighting positions and minimise impact while on the move."

 

Set to replace the USMC's currently fielded equipment, Elbit's CLRF-IC is a lightweight targeting device that is designed to incorporate day and night imaging and high accuracy laser based range finding.

 

The system provides 24-hour observation capability, accurate range to targets, the ability to confirm spot on target with laser designation systems, and accurate target location in a variety of conditions, including magnetically disturbed environments, areas with overhead clutter, and in GPS-denied situations.

 

The CLRF-IC is said to offer a more affordable mission capability due to its highly reliable performance and minimal lifecycle cost.

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20 mars 2015 5 20 /03 /mars /2015 12:30
Credits Israel Defense

Credits Israel Defense

 

March 19, 2015 By: Arie Egozi – FG

 

Tel Aviv - Israel's defence ministry is trying to create a "formula" that will allow the nation's unmanned air system manufacturers to sell their products in Poland.

Warsaw is soliciting bids for 12 systems of middle-range tactical UAS and 15 systems of mini-UAS for its armed forces. Initial bids were made last month, with further stages to follow. The Polish defence ministry wants to sign a deal in early 2016.

At this stage, the official position of the Polish government is to make an effort to buy systems via local companies, but the armed forces are pressing for proven systems, which will bring Israeli manufacturers into the competition – either directly or indirectly.

 

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24 février 2015 2 24 /02 /février /2015 17:30
Israël: 14 avions de combat F-35 commandés aux Etats-Unis

 

22.02.2015 i24news.tv (AFP)

 

Cette acquisition est financée par Washington dont l'aide atteint plus de 3 milliards de dollars par an

 

Le ministère israélien de la Défense a annoncé dimanche avoir conclu un accord avec les Etats-Unis pour l'acquisition de 14 avions de combat furtifs de type F-35 supplémentaires.

 

"Le montant de cette commande va atteindre près de trois milliards de dollars avec un prix moyen pour chaque appareil de 110 millions de dollars", a précisé le ministère sur Twitter.

 

Selon les médias israéliens, l'acquisition des F-35 sera financée par l'aide militaire des Etats-Unis à Israël qui atteint plus de trois milliards de dollars par an. Les appareils sont censés être livrés sur deux ans à partir de la fin de 2016.

 

La correspondante militaire de la radio publique a précisé que ce montant incluait des équipements, de l'armement, l'entretien des avions ainsi que l'entraînement de leurs pilotes. La radio a ajouté qu'Israël avait l'intention de commander 17 autres F-35 dans les prochaines années.

 

Israël avait signé il y a quatre ans un premier accord de 2,75 milliards de dollars pour l'achat de 19 F-35, fabriqués par le groupe américain de défense Lockheed Martin, a rappelé la radio.

 

L'entreprise israélienne Elbit Systems est partie prenante de la fabrication des casques pour les pilotes des F-35, et les industries militaires israéliennes produisent certaines des pièces des avions.

 

Le F-35 qui, selon son constructeur, permet d'échapper aux radars et de voler à une vitesse supersonique, a accusé une série de revers, contretemps techniques, années de retard et explosion des coûts.

 

Ces chasseurs sont destinés à remplacer une grande partie de la flotte de l'armée américaine, le programme militaire le plus cher de l'histoire des Etats-Unis qui a connu de nombreux contretemps avec un budget ayant explosé pour atteindre 390 milliards de dollars, pour 2.443 avions, et quelque sept années de retard.

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20 janvier 2015 2 20 /01 /janvier /2015 13:30
Elbit missile counter-measure system for Asian army

UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters being flown by an unidentified army in Asia are to be supplied with a missile counter-measure system from Elbit Systems. Photo: U.S. Army.

 

Jan. 19, 2015 By Richard Tomkins   (UPI)

 

An unidentified Asian army has ordered missile counter-measure systems for its Blackhawk helicopters.

 

Israel's Elbit Systems Ltd reports it is supplying an unidentified Asian Army with a mini Directed IR Countermeasures system for use on Blackhawk helicopters.

The system is the mini MUSIC IR MSW, a system that protects aircraft from shoulder-fired heat-seeking missiles through the use of a laser that disrupts the navigation system of the missile and knocks it off course.

 

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11 décembre 2014 4 11 /12 /décembre /2014 17:35
Athos 155mm howitzer

Athos 155mm howitzer

 

9/12/2014 Ami Rojkes Dombe – Israel Defence

 

According to idpsentinel website, Elbit Systems will compete in the tender for the Mounted Gun System of India, through its joint venture "Bharat Forge" with the Indian Company Kalyani

 

India published a RFI for the procurement of 814 155 mm/52 caliber mounted gun systems. Indian companies can also win the upgrade of M-46 Russian artillery guns, from 130 mm to 155 mm. The RFI was published in June 2013, with a deadline for September of that year. An alteration to the RFI was released in December this year with the deadline of 24.12.2014. The tender is estimated at $ 2.5 billion.

The companies competing for the tender are "Bharat Forge", a joint venture between Elbit Systems and Kalyani Group, "Tata Power SED", a joint venture between the Indian company TATA and Denel of South Africa, and "Larsen & Toubro", a joint venture between the French company Nexter and Indian company Ashok Leyland. Also to participate in the tender are the Russian company "Rosoboronexport", UK's "BAE Systems" and General Dynamics of the US.

According to the website army-technology , the first 100 guns will be bought off the shelf from the original equipment manufacturer, while the remaining 714 will be manufactured in India. According to India Today, the replacement of the mounted gun systems is a phase in the process to replace all 2000 guns of India, in a total cost of $ 6.6 billion. A comprehensive article about India's artillery can be found at eurasiareview .

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Elbit Awarded Approximately $29 M to Provide Logistics Support to the USAF's F-16 HUDs

 

Nov 11, 2014 ASDNews Source : Elbit Systems Ltd.

 

Elbit System of America Gives New Life to Existing F-16 HUD While Improving Reliability and Maintainability

 

Elbit Systems of America company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd., was awarded a five-year, firm-fixed price contract valued at approximately $29 million by the United States Air Force (USAF) for logistics support of USAF's F-16 head-up display (HUD) electric module assemblies. The contract will be performed by Elbit Systems of America's subsidiary International Enterprises Industries, LLC in Talladega, Alabama.

 

"The F-16 electric module assembly contract was part of a Value Added Engineering Change Proposal (VECP) we presented in support of the USAF and their F-16's HUD system," stated Raanan Horowitz, President and CEO of Elbit Systems of America. "We have a dedicated team of innovative engineers committed to solving obsolescence issues. By designing a modern electronic system that operates with the current optics of the HUD, we are able to provide the Air Force with an affordable, reliable solution for their diminishing manufacturing source and obsolescence concerns. The result is a substantial increase in operational availability."

 

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IAF Inaugurates Flight Training Center for the "Lavi" Trainer Aircraft

 

29/9/2014 IsraelDefense

 

The Center includes two Full Mission Simulators and two Operational Flight Simulators, offering the experience of real flight. The Center was developed by Elbit Systems together with Alenia Aermacchi, CAE and Selex ES

 

The Israel Air Force (IAF) inaugurated the new Flight Training Center for the "Lavi" – M346 Trainer at Hatzerim Air Force Base.

 

Elbit Systems, the prime contractor, developed and delivered the new "Lavi" Ground Based Training System (GBTS) center together with Alenia Aermacchi (Finmeccanica Group), CAE and Sellex ES (Finmeccanica Group), following a selection by "TOR - Advanced Flight Training", which is responsible to the IAF for the operation of the trainer aircraft. Elbit Systems will provide the GBTS center with logistics services for twenty years.

 

With the introduction of the M346 trainer, more emphasis is being given to ground-based training in the IAF flight school's advanced training phases, for both fighter pilots and Weapon Systems Operators (WSO's). The GBTS consists of two Full Mission Simulators (FMS) and two Operational Flight Simulators (OFS), all linked together, offering an experience which is almost identical to real flight. Both pilots and WSOs will undergo training ranging from basic familiarity with the aircraft to the highest level of combat flight competence. This training will be performed based upon a new innovative concept where a high percentage of the syllabus is being practiced at the GBTS, with the trainees visiting the GTBS on a daily basis. The GBTS, which serves as the training “Center of Excellence”, is based on Elbit’s SkyBreaker concept and technology, previously known as the Mission Training Center (MTC), and will enable flight school cadets, as well as graduate pilots and WSOs, to practice unusual and in-flight emergency procedures, and at a more advanced level, to simulate complex combat scenarios in single aircraft or as part of a formation.

 

This comprehensive training solution was selected by the IAF, so the pilots and WSOs will be ready and qualified to progress directly to 4th and 5th generation fighter aircraft (F-16, F-15, F-35).

 

Parallel to training in the Flight Training Center, the cadets, young pilots and WSOs will proceed to airborne training, using Elbit’s Embedded Virtual Avionics (EVA) onboard training system, integrated by Alenia Aeromacchi into M-346 trainer, which transforms the aircraft into a virtual advanced fighter and allows the trainees to achieve an essential experience in operating advanced systems, such as virtual Radar, Optical sensors and Electronic Warfare systems, as well as virtual Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground weapons.

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30 septembre 2014 2 30 /09 /septembre /2014 17:50
Drone tactique : le Watchkeeper de Thales déployé en Afghanistan

Armement Le drone tactique Watchkeeper a effectué ses premiers vols opérationnels en Afghanistan

 

29/09/2014 Michel Cabirol – LaTribune.fr

 

Fabriqué en partenariat entre Thales UK et le groupe israélien Elbit Systems, le drone Watchkeeper a effectué ce lundi ses premiers vols opérationnels en Afghanistan.

 

C'est une très bonne publicité pour Thales. Certainement la meilleure. Le ministère de la Défense britannique a annoncé ce lundi que le drone tactique Watchkeeper fabriqué en partenariat entre Thales UK et le groupe israélien Elbit Systems avait effectué ses premiers vols opérationnels en Afghanistan. D'autant que cette annonce survient alors que d'autres pays (France, Pologne...) évaluent le Watchkeeper pour répondre à leurs besoins en termes de drones tactiques.

Thales ne s'y est pas trompé en communiquant sur ce déploiement. "C'est une étape importante pour le ministère de la Défense britannique, pour Thales et plus largement pour l'industrie aéronautique européenne, a expliqué le patron de Thales UK, Victor Chavez. Elle a pu être franchie par l'obtention d'une certification de sécurité, ce qui est une première dans l'histoire des drones. Le système inclut un grand nombre d'innovations technologiques majeures. En particulier, son radar à ultra haute résolution et son système de décollage et d'atterrissage automatique offrent des capacités remarquablement efficaces à l'armée de terre britannique".

 

Mis en service en mars par le MoD

En mars dernier, le ministère de la Défense britannique (MoD) et l'Autorité de l'aviation militaire (MAA) ont autorisé la mise en service de ce système développé par Thales pour l'armée britannique. Watchkeeper est certifié au même niveau de sécurité que les avions pilotés, avait alors assuré Thales dans un communiqué. Selon Thales, Watchkeeper qui est le "premier drone à obtenir une autorisation de mise en service" est "également le seul de sa catégorie à avoir la permission de voler dans l'espace aérien britannique".

Le Watchkeeper est un système multi-capteurs tout-temps qui peut fournir 24 heures sur 24 une capacité de renseignement, de surveillance et de reconnaissance, n'importe où dans le monde, assure Thales.

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Elbit Awarded an $80 M Contract to Supply Latin American Country

 

Aug 13, 2014 ASDNews Source : Elbit Systems Ltd.

 

Elbit Systems, announced today that it was awarded an $80 million contract to supply a Latin American country with Command, Control, Computer & Communications (C4I) systems.

 

The project, to be performed over a three-year period, is part of the Army's extensive modernization program and is designated for all echelons, from the maneuvering forces up to the command headquarters. The new, unified communications network will play an important role during emergencies and natural hazards and disasters and will facilitate a real-time common operational picture, providing the Land Forces with enhanced operational performance and situational awareness.

 

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Skylens, HUD, Head Up Display EFVS, Enhanced Flight Vision System

Skylens, HUD, Head Up Display EFVS, Enhanced Flight Vision System

 

23.06.2014 Dr Hendrik Eijsberg, Volontaire international chercheur au Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - bulletins-electroniques.com

 

L'entreprise israélienne Elbit Systems [1], basée à Haïfa et employant 12.000 personnes [2], est un leader mondial dans plusieurs technologies militaires comme les drones [3] et les systèmes d'affichage tête haute [4]. Pour autant, le nouveau Directeur général d'Elbit, Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis, a promis que d'ici 5 ans, 20% des revenus de l'entreprise viendraient du civil [5]. L'évolution est déjà amorcée, comme l'atteste le nombre grandissant de projets réalisés pour le marché civil.



Des lasers défensifs aux bus électriques

Des efforts humains et financiers conséquents ont été réalisés en Israël ces dernières années pour compléter le bouclier anti-missile Iron Dome avec des technologies laser comme Iron Beam [6]. L'utilisation de lasers de haute puissance nécessite d'avoir un solide réseau électrique, des batteries de haute capacité, ainsi que des condensateurs hors-norme. Elbit a donc mis au point un supercondensateur [7] capable de fournir des courants de 10.000 ampères [5] en occupant un volume de seulement 26 cm3. En comparaison, une batterie AAA peut fournir au mieux des courants de 1 ampère et ce, pour une durée courte.

Elbit a décidé d'utiliser cette technologie pour répondre à une problématique bien connue des civils : l'efficacité des transports en commun. L'entreprise israélienne a ainsi pris part au programme Electric Urban Public Transportation, qui vise à relier par des bus électriques les villes de Netanya et Beit Yehoshua. Elle fournira aux bus des supercondensateurs qui se rechargeront à chaque arrêt [5,8]. L'intérêt est d'éviter de rajouter des câbles électriques pendants à un milieu urbain déjà sali par un enchevêtrement de fils de tous genres. Ce programme s'inscrit dans une dynamique générale de l'Etat hébreu, qui cherche à minimiser sa dépendance aux énergies fossiles en explorant notamment la piste des véhicules électriques [9].

La surveillance de masse au service des touristes

L'expérience acquise par Israël dans la surveillance de frontières et de zones sensibles lui a permis de mettre au point des technologies de pointe. Les systèmes terrestre (GroundEye) et aérien (SkyEye) mis au point par Elbit sont ainsi utilisés pour surveiller en temps réel, en recoupant plusieurs points d'observation, les frontières nord du pays, source d'inquiétude depuis quelques années [11]. Ce système est de plus en plus utilisé pour surveiller des forêts ou des villes, comme lors du dernier festival de Salvador de Bahia au Brésil, afin de s'assurer de la sécurité des touristes [12].

Collaboration renforcée avec le Technion

Basés sur le campus technologique Matam de Haïfa, Elbit entretient naturellement des liens forts avec le Technion, université et centre de recherche d'excellence. L'entreprise y finance d'ailleurs un laboratoire ainsi que plusieurs chercheurs [13]. Les ingénieurs du Technion sont également nombreux à intégrer ses équipes une fois leur diplôme en poche.

Assurer la sécurité des civils

Une autre expansion vers le marché civil est la conception du Miniature Reactive Jammer, un tout petit appareil de 60 kg qui permet de détecter, d'analyser et, si possible, d'interférer avec un piège explosif [10]. Evidemment, le citoyen lambda n'est pas encore concerné par l'acquisition d'un tel engin, mais on relève là une tendance à la miniaturisation qui pourrait conduire un jour à l'équipement de véhicules de particuliers.

Tous ces projets sont autant de signes attestant de l'implication croissante d'Elbit dans le marché civil. Cette évolution n'est guère surprenante ni nouvelle pour une entreprise militaire. Elle pourrait toutefois augurer d'un ralentissement bienvenu de la course à l'armement que connaît la région.

 

- [1] http://www.elbitsystems.com/elbitmain/
- [2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elbit
- [3] http://www.elbitsystems.com/elbitmain/uas
- [4] http://www.elbitsystems.com/elbitmain/HMS
- [5] http://www.haaretz.com/business/.premium-1.586749
- [6] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/o0Sd0
- http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/AipzP
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tactical_High_Energy_Laser
- [7] http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercondensateur
- [8] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/vlL9g
- [9] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/Dvrje
- [10] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/ObQ8U
- [11] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/FVXRL
- [12] http://www.israeldefense.com/?CategoryID=512&ArticleID=2787
- http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/sxIlF
- [13] http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/TiMaf
- http://redirectix.bulletins-electroniques.com/An2US

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Hermes 900 HFE photo Armasuisse

Hermes 900 HFE photo Armasuisse

 

16 juin Aerobuzz.fr

 

La Suisse a finalement opté pour le système de drones Hermes 900 HFE de l’entreprise israélienne Elbit Systems pour remplacer ses drones de reconnaissance ADS 95 Ranger. Ce système de drones de reconnaissance non armés a été préféré au Super Heron de l’entreprise concurrente Israel Aerospace Industries. Le système Hermes 900 HFE est un système de drones de reconnaissance non armés, pouvant être engagé par tous les temps et qui dispose de davantage de flexibilité, d’une meilleure autonomie et d’une plus grande portée que le système actuel, précise la Confédération suisse. La valeur de ce contrat est de 250 millions de francs suisses, soit 205 millions d’euros.

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16 juin 2014 1 16 /06 /juin /2014 11:30
Le "Made in Israel" au Salon de l'Armement Eurosatory à partir du 16 Juin

 

15.06.2014 Youval Gordon – IsraelValley.com

 

Eurosatory, ou « Semaine internationale de la défense et la sécurité», est un salon international d’exposition des produits du monde de la défense et de la sécurité : terrestre, aéroterrestre. Il se tient tous les deux ans en juin au parc des expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte. Cette exposition est aussi appelée « Salon de l’armement ».

 

De nombreuses sociétés israéliennes sont présentes sur le pavillon israélien d’Eurosatory. Un nouveau record pour 2014. En quantité et en qualité, qu’il s’agisse de sécurité et de défense physique ou logique (cyber). Premier tour d’horizon rapide au cœur du microcosme militaro-industriel israélien :

 

1. Sibat, le bras export et coopération internationale du ministère de la défense israélien. Incontournable pour les autorisations.

 

2. Elbit Systems fait partie des leaders mondiaux en électronique de défense. Le cœur de métier d’Elbit est le C4ISR (commande, contrôle, communication, computer, intelligence, surveillance et reconnaissance), les systèmes de guerre info-centrée, les véhicules sans pilote pour la défense ou la sécurité intérieure. Elbit fait l’objet d’une double cotation sur le Nasdaq et sur le TASE israélien.

 

3. Gilat Satcom est le champion des communications satellites en Afrique, Asie et au Moyen Orient. Les solutions de Gilat s’adressent aux opérateurs, aux fournisseurs d’accès, aux gouvernements, aux organisations internationales, etc. Gilat apporte des solutions de communications et permet le déploiement de réseaux privés dans les lieux les plus reculés. Il est ici question de qualité de service, de solutions de satellite mobile sur terre, air, mer.

 

4. IMI Israel Military Industries, fondée en 1933 sous le mandat britannique. a conçu à l’origine des armes de renommée mondiale (Uzi, Galil, Tavor etc, une branche privatisée en 2005 pour devenir IWI) mais le spectre d’activités de IMI est aujourd’hui infiniment plus large et couvre les systèmes de combat sur air, terre et mer.

 

Parmi les clients d’IMI on trouve bien sûr Tsahal, mais aussi l’armée américaine (l’USAF, l’US Army, la Navy), et les membres de l’OTAN. IMI compte 5 cinq branches d’activité: les munitions; les missiles; les tanks; les systèmes avancés (systèmes guidés, brouilleurs électro-optiques) et les leurres. A Eurosatory, IMI présente entre autres ses leurres anti-lance-missiles, ses têtes air-sol à fragmentation, ses stations mobiles de lance-missiles sol-air à courte portée (efficaces à 15 km), ses nouvelles grenades, ses bombes guidées, ses systèmes de protection passive et réactive contre les IEDs – engins explosifs improvisés – et les missiles avec soft et hard kills. Soft, on détourne. Hard, on fait exploser.

 

5. IAI, Israel Aerospace Industries, est la plus grande entreprise technologique israélienne (au coude à coude avec la pharmaceutique Teva) avec près de 17000 employés répartis en 20 divisions.

 

IAI présente sur les marchés civils et militaires est notamment spécialisée dans l’aéronautique, le spatial , la sécurité intérieure, la défense (air, terre, mer, espace, cyberespace). Son chiffre d’affaires est d’environ 4 milliards de dollars dont 80% réalisés à l’export. Le carnet de commande s’élève à 8 milliards de dollars. Parmi les fleurons du groupe: Elta spécialiste de la guerre électronique et la prestigieuse branche missile et espace.

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Switzerland selects Hermes 900 as Ranger replacement

 

5 Jun 2014 By Craig Hoyle - FG

 

Switzerland’s Armasuisse procurement agency has selected Elbit Systems’ Hermes 900 to meet the nation’s future unmanned air system requirement. The design had been in competition with Israel Aerospace Industries’ Super Heron TP to replace Ruag Ranger unmanned air vehicles currently in service with the Swiss armed forces.

 

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16 mai 2014 5 16 /05 /mai /2014 11:30
Elbit développe un système EFVS portable

Le système portatif EFVS Skylens d’Elbit Systems

 

15 mai Aerobuzz.fr

 

Elbit Systems annonce le lancement de Skylens, un affichage tête haute (HUD, Head Up Display) portatif intégrant à la fois les paramètres et vue extérieure améliorée (EFVS, Enhanced Flight Vision System). Il s’agit de lunettes utilisables de jour comme de nuit, par tout temps. Ce système doit pouvoir se substituer à celui d’un avion ou d’un hélicoptère. L’homologation est en cours. L’équipementier israélien annonce son entrée en service fin 2016.

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Israeli Firm Bags P368-M Deal to Supply Artillery to Army

Elbit Systems Athos 155mm howitzer (photo : behance)

 

29.03.2014 Defense Studies

MANILA, Philippines -- Elbit Systems Land and C41, a defense material manufacturer based in Israel, won the bid to supply the Army more than P368 million worth of artillery, a source privy to the bidding said.

“Elbit offers P368,837,332 for 12 pieces of 155 Howitzer canons with accessories and ammunition,” beating Bosnian firm BNT, the source said.

The second conference that concluded with the choosing of the winning bid was held in Camp Aguinaldo.

The defense department’s Bids and Awards Committee for the project is led by Assistant Secretary Efren Fernandez.

Elbit offered its Athos howitzer system.

Bids for the contract were opened on December 5 last year, following a pre-bid conference on November 22.

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Hermes 900 photo Elbit Systems

Hermes 900 photo Elbit Systems

 

26.03.2014 Helen Chachaty journal-aviation.com

 

Elbit Systems annonce avoir signé un contrat avec le Brésil pour la fourniture d’un drone Hermes 900. Le drone MALE devrait être livré à la Força Aérea Brasileira d’ici deux mois, précise l’industriel israélien. L’Hermes 900 sera exploité avec les quatre Hermes 450 déjà en service au sein de la FAB, deux avaient été livrés en 2011, deux autres en 2013.

 

L’ensemble de la flotte devrait notamment servir pour des missions de sécurité et de surveillance lors de la Coupe du monde de football, qui aura lieu en juin-juillet de cette année.

 

Elbit Systems précise par ailleurs avoir huit pays clients de l’Hermes 900. Cinq sont « officiellement » connus : Israël, le Brésil, le Chili, la Colombie et le Mexique. Le nombre exact d’appareils en service est par contre gardé secret, Elbit parle de « douzaines de plateformes » vendues en Israël, en Europe et en Amérique Latine.

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26 mars 2014 3 26 /03 /mars /2014 08:30
Elbit Systems to Upgrade Tanks for a Customer in the Asia-Pacific Region Under $290 Million Contract

 

 

21.03.2014 Elbit Systems - army-guide.com

 

Haifa, Israel -- Elbit Systems Ltd. (“Elbit Systems”) announced today, that it was awarded a contract by a customer in the Asia-Pacific region to perform a tank upgrade program. The contract, valued at approximately $290 million, will be performed over a three-year period.

 

The upgrade program will provide the tanks with night operation capabilities by the supply of a variety of advanced systems, such as gunner sights and fire control systems.

 

Elbit Systems President and CEO, Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis, said: “We are very pleased to be awarded this significant contract, demonstrating our unique capabilities and experience in upgrading main battle tanks. Asia-Pacific is one of Elbit Systems’ key markets and we are very glad to announce yet another success in this region”.

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20 mars 2014 4 20 /03 /mars /2014 17:30
Israel AF Christens Hermes 900 UAV

March 20, 2014 defense-unmanned.com

(Source: Israel Air Force; issued March 20, 2014)

 

Star Is Born: A Name Is Chosen for the "Hermes 900" UAV

 

The Hermes 900 UAV, manufactured by the Israeli company Elbit Systems, received its official Hebrew name in the IAF: "Kochav" (star in Hebrew). The Kochav UAV strengthens the UAV arm of the IAF and is designed for HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) reconnaissance missions

 

The UAV arm of the IAF continues to expand: this week, a Hebrew name for the "Hermes 900" UAV was chosen: "Kochav" (star, in Hebrew).

 

The Israeli-built UAV serves at the Palmachim airbase and takes part in all kinds of reconnaissance missions and special missions.

 

The Kochav UAV, which is manufactured by the Israeli company Elbit System, has joined the UAV Division of the IAF. It possesses a wide range of capabilities, including the ability to carry out missions in all weather conditions.

 

The Kochav has innovative UAV capabilities: automatic takeoff, landing and braking capabilities. Additionally, it has another operational advantage over older aircraft, as it can carry multiple payloads, allowing it to perform several missions during a single flight.

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20 mars 2014 4 20 /03 /mars /2014 13:30
Elbit Systems: Net Income Increased

19/3/2014 IsraelDefense

 

The company released its annual reports. Despite a decline in revenues in the last quarter of 2013, the annual net income rose compared to 2012. Machlis: "The results show growth in revenues and backlog”

 

Elbit Systems reported its consolidated results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2013. According a press release, the net income in the fourth quarter of 2013 was $42.9 million (5.3% of revenues), as compared to $57.2 million (6.8% of revenues) in the fourth quarter of 2012. The non-GAAP net income in the fourth quarter of 2013 was $53.5 million (6.6% of revenues), as compared to $67.9 million (8.0% of revenues) in the fourth quarter of 2012.

 

However, the net income attributable to the company's shareholders for the year ended December 31, 2013 was $183.4 million (6.3% of revenues), as compared to $167.9 million (5.8% of revenues) in the year ended December 31, 2012. The non-GAAP net income in the year ended December 31, 2013 was $210.8 million (7.2% of revenues), as compared to $206.3 million (7.1% of revenues) in the year ended December 31, 2012.

 

Revenues for the year ended December 31, 2013 were $2,925.2 million, as compared to $2,888.6 million in the year ended December 31, 2012.

 

The leading contributors to the Company's revenues in 2013 were the airborne systems and C4ISR systems areas of operations. The increases in the airborne systems and C4ISR systems areas of operation were primarily due to increased revenues in Israel for avionic systems, command and control systems and maintenance services sold to the Israel Ministry of Defense ("IMOD"). The decrease in the land systems area of operations was mainly due to a decline in revenues for fire control and life support systems in Israel and North America.

 

The operating income for the year ended December 31, 2013 was $239.4 million (8.2% of revenues), as compared to operating income of $203.1 million (7.0% of revenues), in the year ended December 31, 2012. The non-GAAP operating income in 2013 was $278.6 million (9.5% of revenues) compared with $252.3 million (8.7% of revenues) in 2012.

 

Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis, President and CEO of Elbit Systems, commented: “I am pleased with our 2013 full year results that show growth in revenues and backlog, as well as a continued trend of controlling operational costs. The record backlog provides us good visibility into 2014 and beyond. Our continued focus on maintaining an efficient operation, while taking advantage of synergies across the various parts of our organization, resulted in solid year over year improvements in our margins.

 

Recently, we implemented some organizational changes to enhance our market position in the areas of cyber and intelligence systems as well as commercial avionics systems. We consider both of these areas as growth engines for the Company and complementary to our traditional defense-based business lines. Looking back on last year, I believe Elbit Systems is well positioned financially, with diversification across our range of markets and business lines. We look forward to the opportunities ahead in 2014”.

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U.S. orders Elbit border protection system

 

 

FORT WORTH, Texas, March 10 (UPI)

 

A tower-mounted sensor system from Elbit Systems of America LLC is to be installed along the U.S.-Mexico border by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

 

The company, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems of Israel, said it is supplying its Peregrine system to the CPB under a $145 million firm-fixed-price contract.

 

Peregrine detects and assesses items of interest from miles away. It is designed with an open system architecture that allows integration with a variety of sensors to meet current needs and a capability to integrate future technology. Sensors on the tower are integrated through a common operating picture.

 

Elbit said under an initial phase of a CBP fixed tower program Peregrine will be installed in the area around Nogales, Ariz. Contract options, however, provide for the deployment of the system at other border locations in Arizona during a nine-year period.

 

"We are privileged to receive this award, which provides Elbit Systems of America an opportunity to bring Elbit's border security capabilities to the southwest border of the United States," said Raanan Horowitz, president and chief executive officer of Elbit Systems of America. "Peregrine will meet the demanding mission requirements of the CBP while enhancing its agents' safety.

 

"We look forward to providing Peregrine to the men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol and to assist them in making the border secure."

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