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Loitering munition systems put to the test
Israeli company UVision Air continues to mature its portfolio of Hero loitering systems as its steps up development and testing of its loitering munitions.
In December 2017 UVision successfully demonstrated the newest iteration, the Hero-400EC extended-range loitering system, for a strategic customer.
The demonstration proved the tracking and lock-on capabilities of the system using a moving vehicle and a human target in various operational scenarios as well as its mission-abort capabilities.
Yair Dubester, member of the board of directors at UVision, told Shephard that while the focus of earlier Hero 400 was primarily on ISR missions, the new configuration of ...
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