At the MSPO 2021 exhibition held in Poland last week, Polish defense company Wojskowe Zakłady Elektroniczne (WZE) displayed two systems developed in cooperation with Israel's Elbit Systems based on technology from the Israeli company, according to a report by Poland's defence24.pl website.
One of the systems was a next-generation integrated self-defense and electronic warfare kit for aircraft. It includes a combination of systems for detecting electro-magnetic radiation from lasers, radar, missile launches and countermeasures. The systems include not only flares or chaff, but also systems for directly blinding infrared guided warheads as well as systems for precise location of the sources of signals. Control modules for the kit were among the items displayed by the Polish company.
WZE also presented a model of the RADJAM mobile radar countermeasures system, which is attached to the chassis of a Jelcz 6x6 vehicle. The system's purpose is to detect, identify and interfere with the enemy's radar and radio systems.
WZE developed both of the systems in cooperation with Elbit Systems based on technology from the Israeli company.