Bird Aerosystems has received Civil Aviation Authority of Israel supplemental type certificate (STC) approval for a special-mission variant of the Cessna Citation CJ3. The STC for the CJ3 Airborne Surveillance, Intelligence, and Observation (ASIO) platform enables dual use for special missions and VIP operations, the Israel-based company said. Read more
BIRD Aerosystems, an Israeli provider of innovative defense technology and solutions that protect the air, sea, and land fleets of governments and related agencies, announced that it delivered its AMPS-MD with the SPREOS DIRCM to a foreign customer, and installed it on their Mi-17 helicopters. Read more
BIRD Aerosystems, a global provider of innovative defence technology and solutions that protect the air, sea, and land fleets of governments and related agencies, has conducted a live firing demonstration of SPREOS DIRCM protection against diverse MANPADS, proving to defeat 100 percent of the missiles. Read more
The Israeli defense company BIRD Aerosystems announced a new contract on Monday for the installation of an anti-missile system on an Airbus 320-type aircraft for an unnamed client. The system is called the SPREOS DIRCM, which confirms threats, and tracks and jams heat-seeking missiles using advanced technology. Read more
Bird AeroSystems has delivered its ASIO surveillance solution to an unspecified African Country.
The ASIO Surveillance solution provided includes multiple Maritime Patrol Aircraft installed with Bird’s advanced MSIS mission management system, which was also at the Naval HQ Command and installed on a number of vessels. Read more
BIRD Aerosystems, a leading developer of Airborne Missile Protection Systems (AMPS)
and Airborne Surveillance, Information, and Observation (ASIO) solutions, announced the
opening of an office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as part of the expansion of its activities in
the Latin American market. Read more
Israel’s Bird Aerosystems will provide the Czech Air Force with missile warning technology for its Mi-17 helicopters, the company announced March 22.
The deal for Missile Approach Confirmation Sensors, or MACS, is not the first time Bird Aerosystems has equipped Mi-17 helos. It previously supplied airborne missile protection systems to the United Nations’ Mi-17 fleet operating in Africa. Read more