The Israeli industries are showcasing advanced technological solutions that address the security challenges faced today by many countries around the world.
SIBAT, the Israel Ministry of Defense’s International Defense Cooperation Directorate, is leading Israel’s national pavilion at the Eurosatory 2022 land and air-land defense and security exhibition in Paris, and Israeli security industries will present their systems and technologies at the 240-square meter pavilion, with 56 Israeli industries participating in the exhibition overall.
Eurosatory is an international weaponry industry trade fair that is held every two years in the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, Paris, France. In 2018 it gathered over 1,800 exhibitors and over 57,000 visitors.
The Israeli industries are showcasing advanced technological solutions that address the security challenges faced today by many countries around the world, including solutions in the fields of UAVs, satellite technology, robotics, protective and rescue equipment, homeland security, and more.
Some of the cutting-edge Israeli technologies that will be presented at the exhibition include autonomous drone interceptors, electro-optical missiles, personal tactical communication over satellites, closed and open-loop MEMS accelerometers used to measure linear motion, hybrid drone robots for indoor and underground tunnel scanning missions, combat-ID solutions for night vision and thermal devices, thermal imaging systems based on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, and more.
Head of SIBAT, Brig. Gen. (Res.) Yair Kulas stated Tuesday that “Eurosatory is one of the largest and most important defense exhibitions in the world, and we are very proud of almost 60 Israeli defense industries participating this year. We will present a wide array of ground-breaking technologies which integrate broad operational experience and provide solutions for varying challenges both on the current and future battlefields.”
Among the Israeli defense industries participating are also 15 Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) that “will present their cutting-edge, unique solutions at the SIBAT national pavilion, a reflection of the innovation and creativity of the Israeli defense industry,” he said.