Lockheed Martin to set up Israeli R&D center

By YUVAL AZULAI, SHMULIK SHELACH/GLOBES
June 4, 2013 20:00

Sources inform ''Globes'' that Lockheed Martin Company , the world's biggest defense company, will establish a development center in Israel. It will collaborate with Bynet Data Communications Ltd. in building the IDF Intelligence Corp's technology campus in the Negev, known as the 5/9 project.

Lockheed Martin knows the Israeli market well - the Air Force is preparing to receive its F-35 stealth fighter - but the company is now changing its approach to the local market. Israel is not just a loyal and enthusiastic customer of its planes and defense systems, but an arena for development activity.


Related Content

Breaking news
August 20, 2019
Turkey says it will not move military observation post in Syria

By REUTERS

Cookie Settings