Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has introduced that its Multi-Mission Radar (MMR) has handed rigorous army trials with the Czech Military.
The milestone opens the door to future cooperation to safeguard the European nation in opposition to subtle airborne threats.
It additionally permits IAI to switch know-how to numerous protection corporations within the Czech Republic, paving the way in which for native manufacturing and lifelong upkeep assist for the radar system.
“The superior radars to the Czech Republic can concurrently establish and classify tons of of targets, drones, missile barrages, rockets, and different new threats within the enviornment,” the corporate stated.
The MMR is presently built-in into NATO command and management by way of the Czech Republic.
‘Most Superior Protection’
IAI’s MMR is designed to detect, observe, and classify excessive and low flying targets, akin to drones, cruise missiles, rockets, and mortars.
It generates a real-time air scenario image of aerial targets with excessive accuracy.
Moreover, the radar boasts a detection vary of as much as 256 nautical miles and a capability of as much as 1,100 targets.
Thought of one of many world’s most superior radar programs, the MMR has been acquired by numerous international locations and built-in into air protection programs just like the Barak and Iron Dome.
“IAI’s MMR radars might be present in all of Israel’s defensive programs, and have confirmed their operational effectiveness offering air situational image for a few years and helping air and missile protection,” firm vice chairman Yoav Tourgeman stated.