Israel is in talks to buy Leonardo's training helicopters on condition that the Italian government will agree to reciprocal defense procurement.
Aeronautics, Israel's fifth largest defense company, controls its entire UAV supply chain.
Israel Aerospace will supply systems for Barak 8 surface-to-air missiles to India's BEL for installation on Indian warships.
The need for the cannons and the quantity to be ordered will be reexamined and weighed against Israel's future defense needs.
TaxiBot is designed to transport commercial airline aircraft from terminal gates to the runway and back, without using the airplane's own engines.
Eight Israeli companies are displaying products in Singapore to protect Asian countries shores and economic waters.
IAI's maritime version of the Heron 1 UAV will replace Sea Scan patrol aircrafts to protect the coast and offshore gas installations.
Elbit CEO Bezhalel Machlis: We are seeing a trend of larger defense spending in many of our target markets.
The Ministry of Defense selected Elbit Systems' cannon after refusing to even look at German and South Korean alternatives.
The ALPHA (Advanced Lightweight Phased Array) ELM-2258 radar system on the Saar 4.5 missile ship will proceed to operational sea trials.
The smart city system won a €6 million EU tender for rapid and precise management of natural disasters and extreme events.