Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will showcase a variety of its holistic Systems of Systems, emphasizing its naval and aviation capabilities, at the Singapore Airshow from Feb. 15-18.
Among the various products that the company is presenting at the event are the Barak-LRAD and Barak-ER Air and Missile Defense Systems, the multi-function naval radar MF-STAR, and the surface-to-surface missile system Blue Spear (5G SSM), which is co-developed by IAI and Singapore’s ST Engineering, and marketed by Proteus Advanced Systems.
The Israeli company is also showcasing its long-range multi-role maritime surveillance solution, the MPA (Maritime Patrol Aircraft), and as well as the ThunderB VTOL, which has been developed by IAI subsidiary BlueBird Aero Structures. Also on display is IAI’s advanced tactical loitering munition Mini Harpy, designed for both field and marine units, and its B777 Passenger-to-Freighter Conversions.
“…the Singapore Airshow provides IAI with a unique opportunity to exhibit our state-of-the-art technologies alongside other companies from the region and the whole world,” said Boaz Levy, IAI President and CEO. “IAI’s missile and defense systems, and other advanced aerial, naval, land, and space platforms are a testament to the company’s decades-long experience, operational expertise, and innovative spirit that make IAI a globally-recognized leader in the industry.”
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