IMCO Industries Group is highlighting the group’s latest Tactical Terrain Dominance Solutions at the ExpoDefensa 2021 exhibition in Bogota.
As an integrator of comprehensive defense and HLS solutions, IMCO Group and partners will showcase a scalable Tactical Terrain Dominance solution combining multiple sensors and multiple platforms to enable rapid execution of the sensor to shooter cycle.
IMCO’s tactical terrain dominance solution can combine manned and unmanned aerial, ground and maritime vehicles, and unattended ground sensors, all managed and controlled by the centralized situation awareness video system (SAVS). The SAVS integrates and analyses the information received, clears the battle fog, and supports decision-makers to safely and precisely achieve their mission objectives.
Some of the solution’s building blocks that are being displayed at ExpoDefensa include Blazes’ Micro Falcon – a lightweight mini-UAS, Colugo Systems’ ARCopter 1000 – a patented windproof VTOL enabling long endurance and long flight range, and Ex-Sight’s remotely controlled ground and maritime surface vehicles (UGVs and USVs), and 3DV DVE, a stereoscopic head-mounted display.
“As a leading group in the defense industry, IMCO Group provides system-level tactical solutions with unmatched performance for the defense, HLS and security markets,” said Eitan Zait, IMCO Industries CEO. “Our solutions allow any force to increase its lethality and survivability, and at the same time be smart, slim, and connected.”
IMCO Group recently announced the acquisition of the assets and activities of Innocon, an Israeli developer and manufacturer of Micro, Mini and Tactical unmanned aerial systems as well as mission systems for manned light airplanes.
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