Herzliya, Israel, April 2015 – BIRD Aerosystems Ltd.
BIRD Aerosystems Ltd. would like to invite you to our exhibition at Aerospace Fair Mexico, FAM 2015 being held at the Santa Lucia Air Base, Mexico.
At the show, we will present our unique and proven ASIO Special Mission Aircraft that enhances maritime and ground situational awareness and is based on our company’s in-depth C4ISR experience.
ASIO is a complete system that is platform independent and uses state of the art surveillance and monitoring sensors that are integrated with BIRD’s mission management system (MSIS).
MSIS is the heart of the system as it collects and processes large amounts of information gathered from all onboard sensors. This information is then automatically classified and then clearly displayed with an easy to use and intuitive human machine interface.
We invite you to visit our special mission aircraft booth and experience first-hand the MSIS mission management solution and how it boosts the overall mission effectiveness.
Looking forward to welcome you at FAM 2015!
April 22-25, 2015, Chalet – 8, Main Platform
For more details, please contact:
Tel: +972-9-9725700 ext. 765
The NIMASA Deep Blue project has proved its efficiency as the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) has recently removed Nigeria from the list of countries designated as risk maritime nations
Following the delivery of its ASIO Maritime Task Force Solution to Nigeria, as part of the NIMASA Deep Blue Project, BIRD Aerosystems has completed a successful live demonstration of the ASIO aircraft capabilities, including real-time interception of vessels performing illegal activities at sea.
Israeli company BIRD Aerosystems, has completed the deliveries of additional AMPS systems, including the MACS – a Missile Approach Confirmation Sensor, and a provision of SPREOS – the Self Protection Radar Electro-Optic System DIRCM, for the Czech Air Force Mil Mi-17 military helicopters. The MACS is a semi-active confirmation radar that reduces the false alarm rate of the overall missile warning system. This program is part of a follow-up program with the Czech Air Force that has been protecting its helicopters with the AMPS system for the last 15 years and has deployed them in the most complex environments, such as Afghanistan.