Rafael Advanced Defense Systems

Israel and Italy finalize arms deal

Jerusalem to purchase advanced training helicopters, Rome to purchase spike missiles and simulators.

The logo of state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).
IAI, Rafael work with UAE counterpart to combat coronavirus

The companies intend to use each one of their fields of expertise and technologies to develop medical initiatives to combat coronavirus.

RAFAEL’s SPIKE FireFly loitering munition
Defense Ministry orders Firefly loitering munition for IDF ground forces

Weighing only 3kg, the munition was developed for urban combat.

Drone Dome Rafael laser defense system
Israeli laser defense system flourishes in initial tests

Rafael has designed numerous defense systems in the past which have proven critical for Israel's defense.

Rafael's Spike anti-tank missiles now reach 2,000 meters

Designed as a fully disposable munition launched from an operator's shoulder, the missile carries a powerful High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) warhead.

Defense Ministry completes trials of advanced version of the Iron Dome

10 years after the first interception test of the system, Defense Ministry boasts of over 2,400 successful interceptions

Aeronautics' Aerostar Tactical UAS
Rafael, Stolero complete acquisition of dronemaker Aeronautics

The NIS 850 million ($240m.) deal, expected to be finalized in the coming days, will see Rafael and Stolero hold equal shares of 50% in Yavne-based Aeronautics.

The Barak 8 surface-to-air missile
Israel's Rafael to sell $100m. worth of Barak 8 missile kits to India

In keeping with its commitment to Make-in-India, KRAS is a Joint Venture between RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. and Kalyani Strategic Systems.

Spike weapon system from an Oshkosh-supplied 4×4 Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV)
In first, SPIKE LR is fired from an OSHKOSH JLTV

Firing took place in Slovenia at the 16th annual SPIKE Missile Users Club conference (SUCM).

SMASH 2000: The Israeli technology taking down Gazan drones and balloons
SMASH 2000: The Israeli technology taking down Gazan drones and balloons

SMASH 2000 prevents the bullet from being fired until the target is precisely in its cross hairs.

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