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El-Op offers a broad range of night vision solutions for air, ground and naval applications, including FLIR solutions for attack helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, systems for Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFVs), including Main Battle Tanks (MBTs), Payloads for Unmanned Airbone Vehicles(UAV) and other platforms and Stand-Alone FLIRs for ground observation and infantry soldiers.
The upgrade will be carried out by a consortium headed by IMI, including El-Op Electro-Optics Industries (Rehovot, Israel), Tadiran (Holon, Israel), and others.
Elbit Systems' subsidiary El-Op Electro-Optics Industries (Rehovot, Israel) has been awarded a $5.8-million contract for the supply of 48 laser designators for use in the US Navy's F/A-18 aircraft.
El-Op is currently under contract to supply laser designators for a number of attack helicopters, including the Cobra, Apache and Comanche, as well as for a number of fighter aircraft, such as the F-16 and F/A-18.
Under the terms of the contracts, Elbit will develop and supply an advanced generation of systems similar to those which the company has already developed and delivered -- in conjunction with El-Op Electro-Optics Industries Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Elbit -- since the inception of the Israeli Defense Force's Merkava MBT program.
(Haifa, Israel) has agreed to merge with El-Op Electro-Optics Industries Ltd.
El-Op will be supplying the recce systems over the next two years.
(El-Op) has developed the Compact Thermal Imaging Module as one such system.
In addition to the aforementioned Thermal Imaging Module, El-Op has developed the Advanced Thermal Imaging System FLIR that provides 2.2 [degrees] x 1.5 [degrees] (narrow), 7.9 [degrees] x 5.4 [degrees] (wide) and 1.1 [degrees] x 0.8 [degrees] (electronic zoom) FOVs.