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October 7, 2013

Elbit Systems to supply of heli-borne electro-optical surveillance payloads

Elbit Systemsí Ltd. wholly owned subsidiary, Elbit Systems Electro-optics – Elop Ltd., was awarded a follow-on contract to supply its advanced Digital CoMPASSÆ electro-optical payload systems to an Asia-Pacific Air Force to be installed onboard Helicopters. The contract will be performed over a three-year period.

“This important follow on program reflects the customer’s satisfaction from the systems acquired a number of years ago,î said Adi Dar, general manager of Elbit Systems Electro-Optics Elop. ìSupplying our customers innovative and cutting edge systems, supported by our vast operational experience in electro-optic payload systems, positions us as one of the world’s leading EO payloads providers

DCoMPASS Æ (Digital Compact Multi Purpose Advanced Stabilized System) is a highly stabilized, low weight, multi-sensor electro-optical payload system , providing solutions for †airborne applications (both fixed and rotary-wing aircraft) as well as for land and naval platforms. Offering cutting edge optical technology for 24/7 observation with cutting edge day and night “ISTAR” capabilities (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance), DCoMPASS Æ † allows optimal use even in the harshest of weather conditions.




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