New visual intelligence and counter-IED balloon unveiled

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December 29, 2015 05:16

 
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A new visual intelligence and counter-IED aerostat was unveiled by its Yavne-based manufacturer, RT LTA Systems, on Monday.

The Skystar 330 will replace the Skystar 300 model, which was frequently visible over the Gaza border and is due to make its final flight in the coming days.

Skystar 330 will have new features, including GPS navigation and four fiberoptic cables, a spokeswoman for RT LTA said.

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