HAIFA, Israel. Elbit Systems Ltd. has won a $95 million contract to provide its SkyStriker loitering munitions to an unnamed European country, according to a company statement.
HAIFA, Israel. The Israeli Navy, in collaboration with Elbit Systems, has successfully concluded sea trials for the DESEAVER MK-4 Counter Measure Dispensing System (CMDS) aboard Israeli Navy vessels, Elbit Systems announced in a statement. The trials marked the assessment of the fourth generation of maritime Electronic Warfare (EW) systems in real-world scenarios.
HAIFA, Israel. Elbit Systems has won a contract to supply two long-range patrol aircraft (LRPA) to an unnamed Asian-Pacific nation, according to a company statement. The contract, worth about $114 million, will be carried out over a five-year span.
HAIFA, Israel. Elbit Systems has won a contract to provide three Watchkeeper X tactical uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) to the Romanian government, according to a company announcement, which adds that the initial order will supply the Romanian Ministry of National Defense with the first three of potentially seven advanced tactical UAS.
Electronic warfare systems for German Air Force to be supplied by Elbit Systems
HAIFA, Israel. Elbit Systems Ltd. has won a contract from Airbus Helicopters for Germany's Federal Office for Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support for Airborne Electronic Warfare (EW) self-protection systems for CH‑53 GS/GE transport helicopters as part of the platform upgrade program, the company announced in a statement.
FAIRFAX, Virginia. The BlackKite infrared wide-area motion imagery (IR-WAMI) system was recently tested on a U.S. Army Group 4 uncrewed aerial system (UAS) at the Experimentation Demonstration Gateway Event (EDGE) 23, according to a statement from Logos Technologies, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems. This demonstration was held at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, the previous month.
LONDON, England. Elbit Systems UK has won a contract from the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to provide a series of Ground-Based Surveillance Radar (GBSR) systems to the British Armed Forces, the company announced in a statement. The GBSR systems, manufactured and developed in the UK and Europe, aim to bolster front line threat detection for a variety of end-users.