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Eurosatory 2022: IAI Green Lotus surveillance system blossoms

17th June 2022 - 17:09 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


The Green Lotus integrates IAI's range of proven sensors into a unique, advanced multi-mission system. (Image: IAI)

IAI unveiled its Green Lotus surveillance system, protecting assets from a range of aerial- and ground-based threats, at Eurosatory 2022.

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) revealed its new Green Lotus multi-sensor and multi-mission system during Eurosatory 2022 on 13-17 June.

Green Lotus is designed to provide counter-rocket artillery and mortar (C-RAM) and air and ground surveillance capabilities for manoeuvring as well as stationary forces.

It features a unique array of active and passive sensors that maximise situational awareness and countermeasures efficiency.

The system blends a range of IAI/Elta sensors into a highly automated system that detects, tracks, classifies and identifies aerial targets, from very low radar cross-section mortar, rocket and artillery fire and small UAVs to fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.

It also performs ground surveillance, detecting and tracking vehicles and slow-moving personnel.

The multi-sensor data is collected and processed within the system’s unified C2 console, which employs AI to enhance detection, classification and identification capabilities.

The combined data provides users with a clear situational awareness picture and seamlessly integrates with countermeasures systems, facilitating highly effective target acquisition and discretion.

The simultaneous ability to perform C-RAM together with air and ground surveillance makes Green Lotus an exceptionally valuable force protection tool, IAI claimed.


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