Herzliya, Israel, August 2014- BIRD Aerosystems Ltd.
BIRD Aerosystems has successfully delivered its ASIO special mission aircraft based on the well-proven Cessna Citation to an undisclosed customer.
The ASIO Aircraft enables the customer to conduct on-going ground surveillance missions whilst also engaging full connectivity with ground headquarters and deployed ground forces.
The program additionally includes BIRD’s advanced management system (MSIS), installed on the aircraft and on the ground. It enables the efficient detection and classification of only the relevant targets detected by the aircraft. MSIS also enables the sharing of target information in real time between the airborne platform and ground Command & Control station.
BIRD is a leading supplier of Special Mission Aircraft solutions including programs on fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. The company combines in-depth knowledge of airborne operational requirements along with continuous innovations that thrive the development of new and advanced airborne products and solutions.
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