Elbit Systems Ltd., Haifa, Israel, was awarded a contract from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) for the supply of Battle Management Systems (BMS) for the Royal Australian Navy's landing craft. The contract is in an amount that is not material to Elbit Systems. The systems are to be integrated into landing craft installed on board the Canberra Class Amphibious ships (LHD). The watercraft will enable transport of troops and equipment from the LHDs to the shore including where there are no fixed port facilities and will allow communication and connectivity with the Infantry Forces in joint operations.
Elbit Systems Limited, Haifa, Israel, recently announced that its Brazilian subsidiary, Aeroeletrônica Ltda., was awarded a framework contract, valued at up to 440 million Brazilian reals-approximately $260 million-for the supply of UT30 BR 30 millimeter unmanned turrets to the Brazilian army's land forces, as part of the Guarani Project. The contract calls for Elbit Systems' UT30 BR to be installed onboard a few hundred Iveco 6X6 armored personnel carriers.
Elbit Systems Limited has been awarded a contract valued at 25 million to supply the Austrian Army with Elbit Systems' new 12.7mm unmanned Electrically Remote Controlled Weapon Stations.
Elbit Systems Limited has been awarded a $40 million contract by the Israeli Ministry of Defense to supply the Skylark I LE mini-UAVs for all Israel Defense Forces ground forces battalions, including training and logistics support.
Elbit Systems Limited and Israel Aerospace Industries Limited (IAI)'s respective subsidiaries, Elbit Systems Electro-Optics Elop Limited (Elbit Systems Electro-Optics) and ELTA Systems Limited (ELTA), have been awarded a $141 million contract to supply the Turkish Air Force with combined airborne imagery intelligence systems. Elbit Systems Electro-Optics received $87 million, and ELTA received $54 million.
Elbit Systems has been awarded a contract by Embraer, a Brazilian aircraft company, for the supply of avionics for the Brazilian AMX jet upgrade project. The contract is valued at approximately $187 million. Under the contract, Elbit and its wholly owned subsidiary, Aeroeletronica S.A., will supply the central battle mission computer of the AMX as well as the display systems, the ammunition system and additional systems. Elbit's subsidiary Elisra Electronic Systems will supply the electronic warfare systems.