22 août 2023 | International, Terrestre

Elbit Systems Awarded a $55 Million Contract to Supply a Counter UAS Solution to the Netherlands

As part of the contract, Elbit Systems will supply several mobile, stationary and deployed configurations of the ReDrone integrated Counter-UAS solution along with a logistic support package and training.

https://www.epicos.com/article/771644/elbit-systems-awarded-55-million-contract-supply-counter-uas-solution-netherlands

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