Video system for Namer set to enter serial production
The video system for the Namer APC is ready to enter serial production for the IDF, Israeli manufacturer Nir-Or announced on 21 December.
‘Later on, Nir-Or's video systems will also be supplied for the IDF's Eitan APC,’ the IMCO Industries subsidiary added in a statement.
The video system for the Namer includes a Video PBX with several displays for 360° situational awareness. ‘This is a new generation of Nir-Or's combat-proven video system, and the IDF is the first customer to receive it,’ the company noted.
Namer is a heavy APC based on the Merkava Mk 4 tank chassis. According to Shephard Defence Insight, the IDF ordered a total of 531 Namers.
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