Israeli company Rafael is presenting a wide range of its ground, aerial, and naval systems and solutions at the DSEI 2021 exhibition, which is currently underway in London. Among the systems, some of which are being presented for the first time, are:
Next Generation Combat Vehicle Suite (NGCV-S): According to Rafael, the NGCV-S transforms any combat vehicle into a connected, well-protected, optionally manned, lethal defense system. An array of sensors and cameras provide full situational awareness while automatic target recognition allows for threat detection and identification. Additionally, a complete video management system allows crew members to remain fully protected inside a closed-hatch cabin. DSEI marks the first showcase of this suite with its enhanced artificial intelligence architecture.
Sea Breaker: Unveiled in June 2021, Rafael’s Sea Breaker is a 5th generation, long-range autonomous precision guided missile system enabling effective attacks against a variety of high-value maritime and land targets. DSEI is the first time the system is being displayed outside Israel, and at a global defense exhibition.
Drone Dome: a counter-Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) providing all-weather, 360-degree rapid defense against hostile drones. Drone Dome detects even small targets at distances over 3.5 km, intercepts and neutralizes them with soft and hard kill measures, while inflicting minimal damage to the surrounding environment and providing maximum safety to friendly aircraft.
Spike missiles: a family of 5th-generation guided missile systems.
Trophy APS: a combat-proven active protection system for armored fighting vehicles.
BNET SDR: an advanced, tactical Broadband IP Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) software defined radio.
Fire Weaver: a networked system connecting all battlefield elements in real time, instantly selecting the most relevant shooter for every acquired target. Simultaneously handling multiple targets using AI and data fusion, it enables warfighters to receive and share battlefield data via augmented reality icons on their weapon sights, creating a common situational awareness picture for all participants.