UVision, an Israel-based company specializing in lethal loitering systems, announced it had established a fully owned subsidiary in the United States. UVision-USA will deepen the company’s sales and marketing efforts in the US and North American markets and support the growing demand for its advanced lethal loitering systems, the Company said in a release.
UVision-USA will act as an independent US company and will assist in improving accessibility and availability for American customers.
According to Noam Levitt, CEO of UVision, “The establishment of the subsidiary in the US is a result of our understanding of the need for independent local representation and is another step in the expansion of our support and deepening of our commitment to our customers in the US market. UVision has partnered with a few US Companies and developed successful cooperation with Raytheon, for the adaptation of our advanced lethal loitering systems to the specific demands of the US Army. The new company will enable us to further improve our high level, rapid response to our US customers, and we hope in the future also to broaden our production operations in the US, which will provide both local jobs and transfer of technology (TOT).”
The Company will be led by CEO Jim Truxel, who has a proven record of successfully introducing foreign business technologies to the US market, the release said. His last position was Vice President Business Development at SAAB Technologies with a focus in the areas of Tactical Solutions, Rugged Electronics for armored vehicles, CBRNE solutions and Expeditionary Maintenance Solutions for fighter aircraft.