Herzliya, Israel, April 2016
BIRD Aerosystems is proud to invite you to visit our ASIO Special Mission System that will be installed on the Kazakhstan Armed Forces EC-145 Helicopter together with Kazakhstan Aviation Industry (KAI) and to experience first -hand our MSIS mission management system at KADEX Defence Expo.
You will find us in KAI Aviation Technical Center
At the show, BIRD and KAI (a subsidiary of JSC “NC” Kazakhstan Engineering “) will display how the ASIO system dramatically enhances mission effectiveness while supporting a wide range of missions from Homeland Protection to Oil/Gas pipeline surveillance, Search and rescue (SAR) and more.
In addition, BIRD will present our AMPS missile protection system which provides the most enhanced protection for military and civilian aircraft against the growing threat of ground to air missiles (MANPADS).
We invite you to visit us at KAI Aviation Technical Center at KADEX 2016.
For more details and for schedule a meeting please contact:
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