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Rafael highlights potential of ISR sensors to enhance peacekeeping operations

27th May 2020 - 16:00 GMT | by Andrew White in London


Peacekeeping forces would benefit from greater use of airborne sensors to meet their ISR requirements, according to Israel-based Rafael Advanced Defense Systems.

Intelligence is the ‘most important capability’ for armed forces conducting peacekeeping support operations (PSOs) today, explained Gideon Weiss, Rafael VP for business development, marketing and strategy in the Air and C4ISR Systems Division.

He was speaking on 26 May during a live webinar on “Tactical ISR Operations and Special Missions in the Modern Battlefield”. 

Describing a series of mission sets associated with PSOs including mapping and modelling; border monitoring; force protection; persistence surveillance; and disaster relief, Weiss discussed …

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