For the past 30 years, IAI has built close partnerships in India developing and providing various strategic platforms to India, among them air and missile defense systems, unmanned aerial systems (UAS), satellites, radars, training platforms, and others. IAI’s state-of-the-art systems and technologies have been in operational use in India’s three military arms and other government agencies. Additionally, IAI works closely with the Indian Armed Forces to develop and produce advanced technologies in the air, land, and naval arenas.
“We are very excited to be back in India for Aero India, which brings together some of our leading partners in the defense sector. We have been working closely with the Indian defense industry for more than 30 years and we look forward to further collaboration following the exhibition. We look forward to meeting our friends and partners while exhibiting our cutting-edge technologies to the Indian, Asian and global markets during this distinguished exhibition,” said Boaz Levy, the CEO of IAI.
During the Aero India 2023 show, IAI will be showcasing a wide array of aerial systems, including its Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) strategic Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Heron TP. IAI’s advanced tactical loitering-munitions are designed for both ground and naval units, the Mini Harpy and the Rotem. In addition, IAI will exhibit an advanced GEO Mini Communication Satellite, whose development is based on IAI’s long heritage and the Dror 1, Israel’s National Communication Satellite- MCS. IAI’s Rampage– supersonic, long-range accurate air-ground assault rocket for the annihilation of high-quality targets. The Scorpius G (ground) is a ground-based EW system designed to detect and disrupt ground- and airborne threats. Aerial Refueling Tanker for the supply of Aerial Refueling and strategic transport aircraft. IAI’s HAROP will be on display in Adanis’ booth and the LORA and MRSAM will be in display in the BEL booth.