Israeli Unmanned Surface Vessel to Debut at Defexpo 2014

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Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Joseph Weiss: Photo courtesy of IAI

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will be participating in this year's military systems exhibition in India - Defexpo 2014 - Land, Naval & Internal Homeland Security says company CEO & President Joseph Weiss.

In the field of Homeland Security (HLS) and protection of maritime economic exclusion zones (EEZ), IAI says it will be presenting an unmanned surface vessel (USV), which supports a wide range of applications for HLS and EEZ protection, including harbor security, patrol of coastal and territorial waters, surface security, electronic warfare, coastal and offshore platform and infrastructure protection (including oil rigs and pipelines).

In this sector, the company will also be presenting integrated maritime systems including UAVs, sensors, radars, and command and control systems.

About Israel Aerospace Industries

Israel Aerospace Industries, Ltd. (IAI), formerly known as Israel Aircraft Industries, is Israel's largest industrial exporter and a leading supplier for the defense and commercial markets. IAI provides unique and cost-effective technological solutions for a broad spectrum of needs in space, air, land, sea and homeland defense,

 

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