Israeli firm RADA Electronic Industries has announced the appointment of Dov Sella as the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He will replace RADA’s CEO of 10 years Zvi Alon.
Raytheon Anschutz has announced the next step forward for its Synapsis Tactical Command System (SYNTACS), which will see its capabilities enhanced through the integration of ballistic modules, a weapon computer and additional shipborne surveillance equipment. The new additions will allow SYNTACS to now provide a complete fire control solution.
Safran Electronics & Defense has announced the successful integration and testing of its Sigma 40 shipborne navigation system with the alignment system on the AGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile. The integration work on the missile has been performed for use on Krabi corvettes and KDX class frigates deployed by the Royal Thai Navy. Safran worked with Boeing, prime contractor for the Harpoon missile system for the integration and the successful test means that Safran’s inertial navigation systems (INS) can now be used on all of Thailand’s warships.
In an impressive demonstration, Elbit Systems performed live, real-time control of its Seagull multi-mission Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) system from Paris, while the Seagull platform was sailing in Haifa Bay, Israel. During the demonstration, the Seagull USV, was not only controlled via Satellite Communication (SATCOM) but also operated using control consoles in the Elbit booth at Euronaval, where it performed operational missions.
A modernized and overhauled C-300PS Surface to Air Missile (SAM) system has been transferred to Ukrainian Air Force by UKROBORONPROM. The SAM system is also known as the S-300PS (NATO reporting name SA-10 GRUMBLE) and was originally designed by the Almaz Central Design Bureau in the Russian Federation.