WORLD CUP: ISRAELI AERIAL VEHICLE BOASTS SECURITY

The Hermes 900 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) of the Israeli company Elbit Systems was selected by the Brazilian Air Force to carry out safety and security missions during the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

The Hermes 900 will be equipped with a “new and advanced intelligence-gathering system” for the Brazilian Air

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“We are very proud to supply our Hermes 900 to FAB (Brazilian Air Force), which is the eighth customer to be equipped with this leading platform,” stated Elad Aharonson, general manager of Elbit’s UAV Division.

The Hermes 900 is capable of flying up to 30,000 feet, with a primary mission of reconnaissance, surveillance, and communications relay.

 

O Hermes 900, veículo aéreo não tripulado (VANT) da empresa israelense Elbit Systems foi selecionado pela Força Aérea Brasileira para realizar missões de protecção e segurança durante a  Copa do Mundo no Brasil.

Os Hermes 900 serão equipados com um “novo e avançado sistema de recolha de informações” para o Aérea Brasileira

“Estamos muito orgulhosos de fornecer nosso Hermes 900 a FAB (Força Aérea Brasileira), que é o oitavo cliente com esta plataforma líder”, afirma Elad Aharonson, gerente geral da Divisão de UAV Elbit.

O Hermes 900 é capaz de voar até 30 mil pés, com a missão principal de reconhecimento, vigilância e retransmissão de comunicações.

About Betise Assumpcao Head

Communicator, specialized in Media Relations, Reputation, Crisis Management, corporate or individual. I started as a Sports Journalist (7 years, Mains newspapers and magazines in Brazil) turned into World Wide Press Officer (Senna 1990/1994), been to Games in Barcelona Atlanta, London & Rio 2016. Italy, Germany & Brazilian World Cups.

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