Fri,  1 Sept 2017

Elbit Systems to Exhibit at 2017 NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition

Elbit Systems will showcase its portfolio of advanced capabilities and solutions for National Guard Soldiers and Airmen at the 2017 National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) General Conference & Exhibition.

 This year’s event will take place 7-10 September at the Kentucky Exposition Center in the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Ky.

“The National Guard performs many unique missions critical to our communities and our country,” said Raanan Horowitz, president and CEO of Elbit Systems of America. “Our company is committed to helping the National Guard perform their missions to keep America safe by providing them the very best in advanced technologies, capabilities and solutions.”

Examples of the company’s advanced technologies, capabilities and solutions for improving mission effectiveness and readiness include:

Elbit Systems' BrightNite technology. Click to enlarge.

• Enhanced pilot and aircrew situational awareness for flight missions during day, night and degraded visual environment. Through the advanced technology of the Digital Eye Piece, National Guard pilots flying the F-15 and F-16 aircraft are able to transition easily from day to night operations while in flight, providing the advantage of a 24/7 helmet mounted display capability. In addition, BrightNite (pictured) offers a multi-spectral panoramic solution that assists pilots in flying and landing in degraded weather conditions by delivering crystal-clear visuals of the landscape, flight data, and mission data to both eyes of the pilot. SKYLENS displays high-resolution flight information, images, and video on a high transparency visor.

• Cost-effective capabilities to engage moving or static targets in various conditions. Elbit Systems’ small, lightweight precision munition seekers are highly accurate against stationary and high-speed moving targets. Laser seekers and sensors provide increased accuracy and flexibility and minimize potential for collateral damage.

• Increased aircraft mission availability and reduced operating cost. The company offers contractor logistic support services and cockpit upgrades for several military aircraft platforms. These include site and depot level maintenance, material management, engineering services, aircraft modifications, and cockpit upgrades that sustain aircraft mission readiness. Additionally, Elbit Systems’ subsidiary, M-7 Aerospace LLC, through type certificate ownership, is the original equipment manufacturer of the RC-26/Metro aircraft.

• Early missile warning threat detection and improved aircraft survivability. The combat-proven IR Missile Warning System for the F- 16 aircraft offers Air National Guard pilots earlier and improved situational awareness of threats.

 In addition to providing advanced technology capabilities and solutions for the National Guard and the U.S. military services, the company also provides situational awareness capabilities for U.S. border patrol agents and commercial aviation pilots, as well as life-saving medical instrumentation technologies.

 Elbit Systems’ exhibit will be located in booth 1025.

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