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Elbit Systems signs contract to supply EO systems to a European country

Elbit Systems announced that one of its subsidiaries in Europe was awarded a contract from a European country, for the supply of thousands of advanced Electro-Optic (“EO”) systems for individual infantry soldiers, in a total amount of an approximately $35 million. The contract will be performed over a two-year period.

Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis, President and CEO of Elbit Systems said, “We are encouraged by the growing demand from European customers and believe that our wide portfolio positions us well to serve their needs.”

According to the company, Elbit Systems solutions achieve terrain dominance with a networked array of sensors in support of intelligence acquisition, processing, evaluation and targeting at all operational levels.

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The advanced array of EO sensors are operational in various airborne, ground and naval applications, providing position and orientation data required for platform operation and target acquisition. The sensors provide early-warning, abnormal activity monitoring and incident management as well as comprehensive observation and reaction capabilities.

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