Herzliya, Israel, June 2014- BIRD Aerosystems Ltd.
BIRD Aerosystems successfully completes the installation of the AMPS system on two Civil Mi-17 helicopters used for peace keeping missions around the world.
AMPS-M provides full threat coverage, very low false alarms rate and maximum warning time for the deployment of appropriate countermeasures ensuring the highest level of protection for crew and aircraft.
Additionally the AMPS system is the only protection system certified on Mi-8/17 helicopters including the appropriate Service Bulletins issued by MIL Design Bureau. The system has been installed by many of the leading MIL approved Maintenance Repair Organization (MRO) around the world on different types of Mi-8/17.
BIRD Aerosystems Ltd. is a privately owned company established in 2001 and based in Israel. BIRD specializes in providing Airborne Missile Self Protection Systems (AMPS) that protects military, civil and VIP aircraft against Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) and Airborne Surveillance, Information and Observation (ASIO) systems for Maritime and ground surveillance missions.
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