Through this program, Vsense will acquire independent capability to produce the required technology and acquire technical certification, thus becoming an official supplier for the Ministry of Defense in this field of activity.
The technological training that will be awarded by Atlas and thyssenkrupp and the purchased equipment will provide a meaningful contribution to the Israeli economy and will allow Vsense to develop advanced technologies and become an independent supplier in the field.
“I am excited and proud to have signed this cooperation agreement. The training and technological support project of Vsense Technologies will greatly contribute to the ability of Israeli industry to support the Navy. It is another example of broad cooperation between thyssenkrupp and Israeli companies, which contributes to the growth of the entire Israeli industry,” said Idoh Ophir, Managing Director of thyssenkrupp Marine Systems Israel.
“We are happy that we were chosen by thyssenkrupp and Atlas for this strategic project with the Ministry of Defense and the Israeli Navy. Our selection for the project reflects the technological ability and experience of Vsense when it comes to design, production, and maintenance of advanced communication and control systems. In the last decade, Vsense has been a market leader in the supply of a wide variety of electronic control and communication systems, including development and production capabilities for military, defense industry, and civilian industry customers. This agreement contributes significant technical knowledge to Vsense and will position the company as a market leader in supplying advanced communication and control systems to the Israeli Ministry of Defense and the Navy,” said Ronen Kaplan and Yaakov Gal, joint CEOs of Vsense Technologies.