Airborne, Training and Simulation and C4I Solutions Dominate
Elbit Systems display at the Aero-India 2021 exhibition next month will include a variety of capabilities on its own and its Indian partners’ stands, among them munitions, EW, SIGINT, airborne self-protection systems, training and simulation systems and communication solutions.
Some of the more notable capabilities on display will include:
Airborne Munitions: The supersonic RAMPAGE air-to-surface missile; the DELILAH long-range air-to-surface loitering munition; the GATR laser-guided rocket in air-to-surface and surface-to-surface applications; the SLR 70mm 7-tube rocket launcher; the LIZARD family of laser/GPS guided bomb kits; the MPR 500 multi-purpose rigid penetration and surface attack bomb; and fuzes for aerial munitions;
Airborne Self-Protection: The Mini-MUSIC DIRCM system; IR spectral decoy flares; a mini-countermeasure dispenser system and mini-IR decoy flare; the All-in-SMALL EW suite; the UREP Unified Self-Protection Suite;
Aircraft Solutions: BRIGHTNITE enhanced vision system for helicopters; Large Area Panoramic HD Airborne Display; Head Mounted Display; and the Display and Sight Helmet (DASH).
Training and Simulation Mission Management System: The SKYBREAKER networked multi-cockpit aircraft training centre; Special Mission Aircraft Suite;
Communication Solutions: E-LynX Software Defined Radios (SDR); StarLite datalinks; ELAD-10 wideband datalink; ELT 648 variant of the PRC-648 PLB; PRC 434/CS Advanced dual mode long-endurance rescue beacon; Mission Airborne Radio and Computer SDR (MARC/SDR).
Elbit solutions will also be seen on the stands of Alpha Design Technologies (ADTL), Bharat Electronics (BEL) and Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL).