Ideal for open field, urban-combat, and C-UAS use cases, the company’s SMASH technology uses AI, computer vision, and advanced algorithms to ensure precise hit capabilities, enhance forces’ situational awareness and lethality and reduce collateral damage. The SMASH Family of Fire Control Systems, employed by special forces and friendly military units globally, including the IDF, the US Army, the Indian Armed Forces, as well as diverse armed forces in Europe and NATO, empowers soldiers to operate with intelligence, precision, and interconnectedness. In 2023, both the German and the British MOD purchased SMASH systems, to counter UAV threats.
“SMARTSHOOTER is committed to helping friendly forces achieve their goals, and hit their relevant targets precisely and with minimal firepower. SMASH is an ideal solution against drone threats, we are happy to see more and more friendly forces that decided to move forward to operationally use our SMASH fire control systems,” says Michal Mor, SMARTSHOOTER CEO.
Designed to help military and law enforcement professionals swiftly and accurately neutralize their targets, the company’s combat-proven SMASH Family of Fire Control Systems increase assault rifle lethality while keeping friendly forces safe and reducing collateral damage. With a unique technology that makes it possible for every battlefield element to be connected with every other battlefield element, SMASH creates a micro-tactical network that dramatically enhances real-time situational awareness and ensures that the entire platoon shares a common operational picture.
The company’s experienced team of engineers combine electro-optics, computer vision technologies, real-time embedded software, ergonomics, and system engineering to provide cost-effective and easy-to-use solutions for modern conflicts.
Fielded and operational, SMARTSHOOTER SMASH family of solutions provides end-users with a “One Shot – One Hit” capability across multiple mission areas, creating a significant advantage for the infantry soldier and ultimately revolutionizing the world of small arms and optics.