Two military systems developed by Elbit and IAI will remotely monitor and measure vital signs
Contract to be carried out over period of 5 years
This five-year contract, work on which will begin in 2021, will be a continuation of the existing multi-year contract with the Defense Ministry.
In May, Elbit said it would supply vehicular tactical radio systems worth $127 million to an unnamed South Asian army.
While the value of the deal was undisclosed, Israeli business daily cited sources estimating the deal to be worth approximately $500 million.
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Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems has been awarded a $26 million contract to install a multi-sensor system to monitor the US-Mexico border.
The contract, which will see Elbit supply a variety of structural parts from composite materials for all models of one of the customers' leading aircraft platforms, will be performed over six years.
Tactical radios supplied over a three-year period will include configurations for integration on-board armored fighting vehicles and tanks at battalion and company level, Elbit said.