Israel gets $240mn Africa deal to protect aircraft from missiles
September 26, 20171.3K views0 comments
Israel’s Elbit Systems Ltd. said Tuesday it won a contract worth 240 million dollars to provide a wide array of defence electronic systems to an unnamed country in Africa.
The contract, which will be carried out over a two-year period, is comprised of Directed Infra-red Counter Measure (DIRCM) systems to protect aircraft from shoulder-fired missiles, based on passive infrared systems.
Inclusive are also missile warning systems, radio and communication systems, land systems, mini-unmanned air systems and helicopters upgrade.