Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has developed Network Centric Warfare (NCW) solutions that can be applied to Homeland security operations. The company has a vast experience is using advanced data networks for military applications. Israeli sources say that the same technology can be applied to systems that are in charge of operations that are classifies as Homeland security.
A few days ago IAI was awarded a contract by a foreign customer, for the supply of its Network Centric Warfare (NCW) communication system. The contract is worth about $20 million (USD). This advanced solution has been developed and manufactured by MLM Division of IAI’s Systems, Missiles and Space Group, it will be implemented on a modern aerial platform. IAI’s system will provide the customer with cross-platform interoperability and improved C4I capabilities, as well as connectivity among multi-player task forces.
NCW communication systems provide a significant force-multiplier to the operational capabilities of any modern armed forces, and are a key element in maintaining air superiority in a hostile environment.
Joseph Weiss, IAI’s president and CEO said that the system’s unique advantages are the result of IAI’s deep understanding of customer needs. “We consider this achievement to reflect a strong partnership and mutual commitment to our customer” Weiss said.