Elbit Systems wins new UAV contract
Elbit Systems has announced that it has been awarded a contract by an unnamed European customer, to supply Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The contract, worth $160 million, will see the systems supplied over the coming two years.
No more specific details on the contract were issued, but Joseph Ackerman, President and CEO of Elbit Systems, said, ‘Technological advancement, a deep understanding of the customer's needs, ongoing development processes that adapt our UAS to the changing requirements of the modern battlefield as well as logistic support, all strengthen Elbit Systems' position as a world leader in this field. We are very proud of this new award, which marks a significant milestone in the chain of our UAS contract awards and we hope that additional customers will follow in selecting our UAS.’
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