Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will present a variety of cutting-edge defence solutions, including: C-130 maintenance capabilities, Barak MX Air & Missile Defence System, loitering munition capabilities, flagship MMR radars and other products at DEFEA 2021.
The Israeli firm is keen to increase cooperation with Greece and establish new opportunities for the near- and long-term future.
The Barak MX is an advanced Air & Missile Defence System that provides a single integrated solution for multiple simultaneous aerial threats from different sources and different ranges.
Barak MX aggregates several key cutting-edge systems: a digital radar, weapon control system, launchers, a range of interceptors for different ranges with advanced homing devices, data-link communication and system wide connectivity.
IAI’s Heron system in its maritime configuration was leased last year, by Israel’s Ministry of Defence to Greece for a three year period. Also provided to Greece was the option to purchase the systems upon completion of the leasing period.
The Heron system, equipped with both day and night activity platforms, maritime patrol radars and satellite communications, offers extended operational endurance in a wide range of scenarios including maritime patrol, marine and land border protection, search and rescue, disaster management and more.
IAI’s flagship MMR Radar is another combat proven radar being offered to Greece. The radar has received extensive operational experience in Israel and around the world. It can detect airborne threats, classify them, calculate their threat level and provide essential data that enables systems to neutralize multiple threats simultaneously.
IAI is also one of five worldwide MRO centers with Center Wing Box (CWB) replacement experience, as part of the C-130 Life Extension. It has performed it for the Israeli Air Force (IAF). IAI is a world class aerospace MRO and house for military and commercial transport aircraft, with high quality products, approved and licensed by a wide range of civil aviation authorities including the CAAI, FAA, EASA and others.
IAI will also be showcasing its loitering munitions family including the Harpy-NG – a third generation of the system homing against radiating targets, the HAROP, a second-generation of a precision electro-optical attack system, the Mini-Harpy, dual (Electro-optical day& night + Anti-Radiation seeker) tactical advanced munitions system and the tactical loitering Green-Dragon system, as well as the ROTEM VTOL Tactical Loitering Munition.
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