Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT and TASE: ESLT) (“Elbit Systems” or the “Company”) will showcase (booth #202 Hall 3) a modular package of solutions enabling the entire helicopter mission envelope, including: advanced tactical flight in Degraded Visual Environment (DVE), multi-role missions, Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) as well as training and simulation.
A complete Media Kit is available at www.elbitsystmes.com/ila2018
Elbit Systems’ recent announcement of the opening of an office in Berlin and its participation in ILA Berlin for the first time are part of the Company’s growing activities in the German market, which also include expanding the development and manufacturing capabilities of its local subsidiary TELEFUNKEN RACOMS, and broadening cooperation with other German defense industries.
The display of the Company’s modular mission rotorcraft package will include a glass cockpit suite, DVE solutions and Head Mounted Systems (HMD), Precision Guided Munitions (PGM), airborne training and simulation, self-protection solutions, intelligence systems as well as airborne Search and Rescue SAR and communication systems.
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