Themis begin work in South-East Asia
Themis team is in the midst of a very successful project together with Elbit systems for a client in south-east Asia. Themis is instructing and implementing a new and groundbreaking tactical UAV platform, the first of its kind.
In addition, over the past months the Themis team has begun to establish a MALE UAV squadron in Eastern Europe. This project is expected to last over a year and will supply the client with a comprehensive solution for the implementation of UAVs into his organisation.
Themis instruction team includes a group of highly experienced, IDF trained UAV instructors and mission commanders. In both projects Themis managed to maintain during the entire course a minimum training ratio of 1:2, providing the trainees with close and intimate guidance and instruction.
Themis, with its wide range of UAV experts and a "one-stop-shop" service attitude, provides the instruction for internal & external pilots, ground & aerial technicians and tailor made training for key figures in the UAV squadron.
During the course the trainees underwent Theoretical lessons, simulator training and live flight training. Each trainee received a personally fit package of these three elements in order to allow him to complete the course and become an operational UAV specialist.
Themis UAV Applications is an Israeli company based in Hertzeliya that specializes in the provision of UAV services. This course is one of many activities preformed by Themis, activities that include instruction, operation, and integration and consulting for UAV operations.
Themis's portfolio includes major defense organizations such as:
The Israeli ministry of defense, Elbit Defense systems and a number of undisclosed customers. Themis takes part in the development of future UAV operating concepts and doctrines as well as developing instruction infrastructures & concepts and has been part of the instruction team for customers worldwide.
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