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IAI’ Sells StarLight Intelligence Platform to Two Countries in Asia and the Middle East

Our Bureau - : Sep 15, 2023 - : 12:56 am

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has sold its StarLight Intelligence Platform, a Multi-INT intelligence platform and advanced research tool, to two countries, one in Asia and the other in the Middle East.

StarLight, which provides operational intelligence, has been built and developed by IAI, a leader in radar, SIGINT, intelligence systems and communications technologies. It addresses a key challenge facing commanders in the modern battlefield: converting the vast amount of raw data provided by sensors into actionable intelligence, to automate and support operational decision processes – quantities of data that would overwhelm the capacity of human analysts.

StarLight collects information from a range of sensors and intelligence sources that include SIGINT, EO/IR, SAR Imaging, LDS, WEBINT and open sources. The system utilizes AI/ML tools and rule engines to convert the data into operational insights such as threat alerts, target generation, and mission planning. Crucially, the system shortens the loop from detection of a threat to response from minutes or hours to seconds, thereby maximizing operational effectiveness. StarLight was developed using an open, agile architecture, allowing easy adoption of new customer applications.

“StarLight is part of IAI’s suite of advanced intelligence solutions,” said IAI’s President and CEO, Boaz Levy. “We live in an age of information overload, and the ability to refine high-quality intelligence from a range of sensors, in near real-time – as well as to disseminate key insights to decision makers – is critical. StarLight, which is based on IAI extensive experience in intelligence solutions integrated with unique artificial intelligence technology, is the best answer to all these challenges. The excellent reports we receive from countries that have purchased StarLight, and its rapid integration into the battlefield, shows how effective it is in providing added value to both tactical and strategic intelligence organizations.”

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