IAI at Aero India: Air, land, sea, space and cyber solutions

IAI will present an impressive array of technologies at the 2015 Aero India Airshow, including models of the TECSAR and OPSAT satellites and models of mini-UAS such as Panther and Bird-Eye

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will display a variety of cutting-edge defense solutions at the upcoming Aero India air show, to be held this week in Bangalore, India.

IAI, Israel’s largest aerospace company, places an important emphasis on fully-operational solutions for multi-purpose use in the air, on land, at sea, in space and in the cyber arena. The company will present special mission aircraft, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), a variety of sensors and radar systems, air defense systems, satellites and advanced cyber solutions, missiles, command and control solutions and electro-optical payloads for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

Models of IAI's TECSAR and OPSAT satellites will be presented, along with models of IAI’s mini-UAS such as Panther and Bird-Eye. IAI’s Heron family of UAS will be displayed, as well as the M-19 HD multi-sensor payload, the HAROP loitering munitions system.

“IAI offers a line of systems and sub-systems characterized by breakthrough technologies", said Joseph Weiss, IAI’s president and CEO. "As a global leader in cutting-edge systems such as mission aircraft, UAS, air defense systems, space technologies and cyber security, we combine multiple disciplines and expertise in many technological areas into total solutions. IAI is acting to expand collaboration with both government-owned and private companies in India. This mode of work is contributing significantly to the strong relationship between both sides.”

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