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IAI at Aero India 2005 Maritime Patrol UAV G150 Business Jet Roll-out

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As Israels leading industrial exporter, IAI is

constantly strengthening its relationships with its customers. Since 1992, when diplomatic ties between Israel and India were established, Israels commercial efforts in India have increased significantly. Non-military trade between both countries exceeded $1.2 billion in 2002. 2004 witnessed the sale of over $1.1 billion in airborne early warning systems by IAI. The interest India has in IAIs technologies was clearly demonstrated at Aero India 2005. On display for the first time was the Bird-eye 400 tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Other products included the Laser Homing Attack Missile (LAHAT), the Next Generation Laser

Aero India 2005: Israel Aircraft Industries Strengthens Ties with India
Guided Bomb (NGLGB), the G550 Airborne Integrated Signal Intelligence System and the G200 Multi-Mission Aircraft, among others. Shimon Eckhaus, IAI's Executive Vice President for Marketing & Business Development, said: "IAI is always looking to cooperate with local industries and we have found several avenues of interest. IAI and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) have an established relationship. Both companies are investing research and development funds in a number of areas, including the Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH), he continued. Eckhaus explained that IAI already has major agreements with several Indian leading companies: We have an agreement to develop three UAVs with Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE). Other agreements include Bharat Electronics Ltd., who locally assemble radars; Tata Groups CMC division who is our software partner for airborne warning and control systems; and the Goa Shipyards who are locally producing the Super Dvora fast patrol boats.

Bird-Eye 400 Power source: Electrical operation Acoustic signature: Low Flight time: 80 minutes Operational altitude: 500 to 1000 feet Operational range: 15 km (9.3 Miles) Number of operators: 2 Weight at take-off: 4.1kg (9.04 Lb) Wingspan: 2 meters (6.56 Ft) Length: 0.8 meters (2.62 ft)
We expect that IAIs future in India will be as exciting as the recent past, said Eckhaus. Looking forward, HAL is becoming a strategic supplier for IAI's Boeing 737 passenger to cargo conversion kits, while preparations are already underway for the production of IAIs RAM, a vehicle that is protected against mines, by Mahindra & Mahindra. With so many opportunities ahead, one can only agree that IAIs outlook in India is bright.

IAI Products on display at Aero India 2005:


Malat: Bird-Eye 400 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle MBT: LAHAT (Laser Homing Attack Missile) NGLGB (Next Generation Laser Guided Bomb) Lahav: Pilot - Vehicle Interface (PVI) - A tool which adapts helicopter simulations to specific customer requirements. Elta: Active Phased Array Airborne Control Radar Model of the G550 Airborne Integrated Signal Intelligence System Model of the G200 Multi-Mission Aircraft

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AERO INDIA 2005

Bird-Eye 400

Israel Aircraft Industries Opens New Office in Bangalore, India


IAI has opened a new office in
ty and talent in the hi-tech sector Bangalore, India. Areas of coophas clearly positioned Bangalore eration are expected to include as Indias Silicon Valley. joint ventures with local indusBangalore is also the center of tries, transfer of technologies and aerospace and electronic indusoutsourcing activities. tries in India. We look forward The office is located close to to continuing to develop many Hindustan Aeronautics Limited exciting relationships with the (HAL), Indias National Aerolocal scientific and industrial dynamic Laboratories (NAL) communities. and other leading research and science institutions. Hillel Shacham can be Hillel Shacham Hillel Shacham, Joint-Director reached via: of IAIs office in India and in charge of the Tel: 91-80-51151442, Fax: 91-80-51151441 Bangalore office says, The depth of creativiEmail: shacham2002@yahoo.co.in

HAL Manufactures Components for the Conversion of B737 Aircraft from Passenger to Freighter Configuration
Work begun on the assembly of the freighters loading door
Indias major aircraft manufacturer, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has begun manufacturing and assembling the components required to convert B737 aircraft from passenger to freighter configuration. Work begun on the assembly of the first loading door as per schedule and is nearing completion at HALs Aircraft Division. The Production Division in IAIs Commercial Aircraft Group has invested resources in the development of HAL as a certified supplier for the tasks required in this program. This work included reviews of the Indian plant conducted by experts in quality control and process engineering; examination of the facilities and training programs for engineers and technicians. Authorizations from Israels Civil Aviation Authority for the process specifications and the quality control program are on process. In January 2005, HALs teams of engineers and
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technicians completed their training at IAI, where they received practical training on the projects assembly line and work began on the assembly of the first loading door. Technical and logistical work was undertaken to enable the beginning of serial production of loading doors. IAI expects to receive a market share of 250-280 B737-300 and B737-400 types converted aircraft in the next decade.
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Malats Heron UAV and Elta Systems Maritime Patrol Radar The Perfect Combination
The Heron Unmanned Aerial
Vehicle (UAV), developed by IAIs Malat Division, has been described as a mini AWACS because of its superior performance. The system can remain undetected for more than 20-hour endurance missions at up to 30,000 feet and travels up to 1,000 km offshore. Elta Systems Maritime Radar can detect most targets at ranges up to the radar horizon, which increases with the altitude of the UAV. The Heron, equipped with Eltas radar, can successfully identify targets in crowded ports and transmits real-time footage to a ground station, while simultaneously directing coast guard units or aircraft to action. Yossi Englestein, Malat Divisions Director of Maritime UAV Programs and Shimon Menicovici, Elta Systems Director of Airborne Maritime Radar Surveillance Systems, discuss various aspects of the system: What does it take to operate the Maritime Heron? was tracked and the data was transmitted to a control station. Menicovici: In Canada, the target vessels were over 150km offshore and the Heron proved its capability to locate, track and classify the target vessels from dozens of ships in the area. In the Asian Aerospace 2004 exhibition in Singapore, the mission was to identify target vessels in or near the port and transmit their location and a radar picture to a monitor on the ground, at real time. Why use a UAV instead of a manned patrol aircraft? Englestein: The core advantages of a UAV are longer flight endurance, smaller size and reduced operational cost. A light patrol aircraft typically stays airborne for 3-4 hours, and more expensive aircraft stay airborne for 6-8 hours. The Herons operational costs with a 20-hour flight duration compares very favorably. Herons small size also makes it difficult for the target to tell

Yossi Englestein

Englestein: Herons systems have been designed to allow it to perform tasks automatically. Operator involvement is absolutely minimal. Has the Heron been tested or demonstrated to potential customers? Englestein: Yes. The trials were held in Canada, in an air show in Singapore and Israel. In every instance it successfully completed all its given tasks. Herons tests demonstrated its ability to identify suspicious craft in deep water or littoral environments. Once the target craft was located it

Englestein: In every instance it successfully completed all its given tasks. Herons tests demonstrated its ability to identify suspicious craft in deep water or littoral environments. Once the target craft was located it was tracked and the data was transmitted to a control station

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MARITIME PATROL UAV

Eltas EL/M-2022 U UAV Maritime Patrol Radar

it is being tracked even at close range. This is a definite advantage compared to any manned aircraft. What allows the Heron to operate for long missions? Englestein: Instead of returning to base as in a manned mission, operators are replaced at the ground control station and the mission continues uninterrupted. Are there any trade-offs between the size of the aircraft and the quality of the data collected? Menicovici: The Heron UAV retains the detection qualities of a much larger aircraft by using miniaturized payloads. It transmits data directly to a ground station and is effectively a real-time airborne antenna for its entire flight. If we integrate Heron with a satellite we expand the capabilities exponentially. What has Malat done to facilitate future upgrades? Englestein: Heron is a modular, plug-and-play UAV. As payloads and other systems get smaller, Heron allows for easy switching of older, larger systems for newer, smaller ones. How does Eltas Maritime Patrol radar system onboard the Heron UAV help decision makers? Menicovici: The system allows land or ship-based commanders to make betterinformed decisions faster. It

pinpoints the location of the target vessel, provides real time, continuous data and guides the intercepting vessel to it. Have any Maritime Heron UAV System been sold? Englestein: Yes. A complete system including the Heron UAV, a command and control

Shimon Menicovici

Menicovici: The Heron UAV retains the detection qualities of a much larger aircraft by using miniaturized payloads. It transmits data directly to a ground station and is effectively a real-time airborne antenna for its entire flight. If we integrate Heron with a satellite we expand the capabilities exponentially
ground station and a fully equipped ship-borne control station has been delivered. The UAV can be controlled from either a ground control station or a ship-borne control station. How does the cost of a Maritime Heron system, compare to a manned patrol aircraft? Englestein: There is no doubt that a Heron maritime patrol system is far more cost effective than a manned aircraft. There is no need to train pilots, or have pilots at constant readiness. There is no need for large maintenance teams. In a few weeks, ground control operators can learn how to operate the system. Onboard ships, many hours can be saved if the UAV is sent out only to specific targets.
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Heron Payloads: Standard MOSP (TV & IR Combi) SAR EL/M-2022U Maritime Patrol Radar Customer furnished payloads Uses: Littoral and deep water patrol Drug smuggling and interdiction patrol Operational Modes: Real-time payload and UAV control GPS based uninterruptable airborne mission controller Full autonomous flight Automatic return on data-link loss.

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The Guardium Unmanned Security Vehicle

(USV) is an autonomous fence & border protection system designed and manufactured by IAIs Lahav Division. The system can be mounted on a variety of field proven platforms including a Humvee type configuration. Guardium is based on a unique algorithmic expert system that functions as a brain to

Lahav Divisions Guardium Fence & Border Protection System to Autonomously Observe and Intercept Intruders
A unique system for highly efficient threat monitoring
allow decision-making capabilities. It contains knowledge provided by highly skilled security personnel from whom it is able to draw inferences. The expert system controls a variety of sensors, identification and communication systems, and light weaponry. Guardium has the ability to autonomously travel at up to 48 mp/h to intercept intruders on a fence & border perimeter before security personnel can arrive and increases protection without requiring a massive deployment of resources. It was developed from the key requirement to have an unmanned system that could adapt to specific tasks and circumstances, such as the protection of military bases, airports and power plants, or more generalized threat monitoring in specific areas. One of the outcomes of 9/11 was an increased homeland security threat defined by the possibility of further terrorist action against landbased installations, says Tal Shazar, Guardium Program Manager. Surveillance and radar systems developed and

manufactured by IAIs Elta Systems Group, and electro-optical sensors developed and manufactured by IAIs Tamam Division, as like other manufacturers worldwide, provide primarily static detection systems that can safeguard a

Guardiums capabilities allow the user to deploy technology to contact and isolate intruders. It also provides real-time knowledge to understand the situation on the ground, so that control strategies can be developed before security personnel arrive.

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perimeter or border. The Guardium system is needed to fill the large time-gap between threat detection by those systems, and the neutralization of the threat. Shazar says, We knew the capabilities available to us at IAI and the concept we developed is a USV system that will act as a first responder to any security alert without the need for prior human intervention. Meir Shabtai, Guardium Project Manager says, Using IAIs resources, we selected the command and control systems, sensing and identification systems, and advanced information processing capabilities for the Guardium. We then began developing an algorithm to drive the vehicle automatically. This was the technological breakthrough. It took us exactly eight months to present a complete system for actual testing in rough field conditions. Guardium can see and interpret data using its in-built command & control center to process information according to the prevailing circumstance. Once assigned a mission it autonomously

Shazar: We knew the capabilities available to us at IAI and the concept we developed is a USV system that will act as a first responder to any security alert without the need for prior human intervention

begins a series of reactive activities, including interfacing with existing warning systems and the transmission of real time footage to a monitoring center. Guardiums capabilities allow the user to deploy technology to contact and isolate intruders. It also provides real-time knowledge to understand the situation on the ground, so that control strategies can be developed before security personnel arrive. Shazar concludes: Guardium is designed to complement security personnel. Human controllers can override the system at any time and using the mobile detection system allows border protection resources to be deployed more effectively. Commanders can significantly reduce reaction times to potential incidents using the technology at their disposal instead of spending time transporting and deploying static detection platforms. Israel Ministry of Defense (IMOD) has closely followed Guardiums development. The system passed tests and final evaluations by Lahav and is deployed in operational conditions.

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G150

Roll-out Ceremony for the G150 Business Jet Held at IAI


T he first G150 business jet was publicly
displayed at a rollout ceremony held at IAI on January 18, 2005. This new medium sized business jet, was developed and manufactured by IAIs Commercial Aircraft Group. The first test flight for the G150 is planned for the middle of 2005. When the aircraft enters service in 2006, it will be the most modern aircraft in its class. The G150 joins the G100 and G200 business aircraft developed and manufactured by IAI and marketed by Gulfstream. IAI has built over 600 business jets to date. Over one hundred G200 aircraft have been delivered to Gulfstream. The G150s cabin height is five inches shorter than in the large-cabin G450 and G550. The effect is a spacious feel, designed and outfitted by the same team of professionals who install interiors for Gulfstreams larger aircraft. Inside, the G150 can accommodate eight pas-

sengers in a choice of several cabin configurations. Its wide-body fuselage provides stand-up headroom, ample aisle space and generous leg and headroom when seated. Like all Gulfstream customers, G150 customers can choose from a wide selection of fine leathers, upholstery fabrics, wood finishes and floor coverings.

At the Ceremony (left to right): Pres Henne - Senior VP Programs, Engineering & Test, Gulfstream; Joe Lombardo - COO Gulfstream; Moshe Keret - President & CEO, IAI; Gadi Cohen - Corporate VP & General Manager Commercial Aircraft Group, IAI

Powered by two Honeywell 731-40AR engines, the G150 reaches speeds of Mach 0.85 with a long-range cruise speed of Mach 0.75. The G150 travels well above commercial traffic and weather reaching altitudes of 45,000 feet. At cruise-speed, the G150 can fly four passengers up to 2,700 nautical miles nonstop, further than any other aircraft in its class. That's the equivalent of Los Angeles to New York, London to Moscow, or Rio de Janeiro to Santiago.

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Bedek Aviation Group Signs New Contracts


Bedek Awarded Long-Term Components Maintenance Contract by AirTran Airways for its B737-700 Fleet
IAIs Bedek Aviation Group has been awarded a contract by AirTran Airways to provide components maintenance for its growing Boeing 737-700 fleet. The long-term contract is in addition to previous agreements between Bedek and AirTran Airways covering its B717 fleet. AirTran Airways has taken delivery of nine Boeing 737s of the 100 ordered in July 2003. Stephen J. Kolski, Senior Vice President of Operations for AirTran Airways commented: AirTran Airways has a longstanding relationship with Bedek, and they have proven to be a reliable, responsive, and cost effective provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services. We look forward to the successful continuation and expansion of the MRO services Bedek provides to AirTran Airways. David Arzi, IAIs Corporate Vice President & General Manager of the Bedek Aviation Group said: We are pleased to extend our relationship with AirTran Airways into the B737-700 fleet and we look forward to a continued and successful relationship. AirTran Airways is one of Americas largest low-fare airlines operating over 500 flights a day to more than 40 destinations. AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, is the worlds largest operator of the Boeing 717 and has recently added the Boeing 737-700 aircraft to its fleet. service the Skyhawk trainer. This mutually beneficial award will further strengthen Bedeks relationship with the IAF and provide opportunities in both Israel and abroad. Maintenance will take place at an IAF air base on a Power By the Hour (PBH) basis. The IAF and IAI will set indices to measure availability, speed of service and overall performance under the contract.

Bedek Announces the First Firm Orders for Boeing 747-400 Combi to Special Freighter Conversions

Bedek Awarded Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Contract for the Israel Air Forces A-4 Skyhawk Trainer

Contract is estimated at $150 million over ten years IAIs Bedek Aviation Group has been awarded a ten-year Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) contract by the Israel Ministry of Defense for the Israel Air Force (IAF) A-4 Skyhawk trainer program. The contract, estimated at $150 million, includes overhaul of the aircrafts fuselage, engines and components. David Arzi, General Manager of Bedek Aviation Group, commented: We are honored to have been chosen by the IAF to

Two Orders Placed by Guggenheim Aviation Partners for 747-400SF. Deliveries Scheduled for 2005 and 2006 Guggenheim Aviation Partners (GAP) and IAIs Bedek Aviation Group have announced the first firm orders for a Boeing 747-400 Combi to Special Freighter (SF) conversion. Two aircraft, currently operated by Air Canada, are under contract in a transaction arranged by GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS). The conversions are scheduled for completion in 2005 and 2006. Peter Lawson-Johnson II, of the Guggenheim Aviation Investment Funds, LP, said: GAPs investment strategy is to actively participate in the freighter market and Bedeks early slot availability offers major competitive advantages. David Arzi, General Manager of the Bedek Aviation Group said: The quality of Bedeks conversions and variety of Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) have allowed Bedek to develop a growing customer base.

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BAE Systems Awards Lahav Division Contract for Radar Simulation Systems for Australian Hawk Aircraft
Systems has awarded IAIs Lahav Division a contract to provide Radar Simulation Systems (RSS) for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter (LIF) aircraft. The contract was awarded following a successful demonstration of the RSS on BAE Systems Hawk aircraft. The RSS is a key element in IAIs Virtual Training System. BAE Systems will integrate the RSS with the RAAF Hawk aircraft avionics suite. The RSS provides simulation of advanced

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multi-mode radar capabilities enabling advanced fighter aircraft training, eliminating the need for installing and integrating actual expensive radar systems. IAIs Virtual Training System is already operational on the Spanish Air Forces upgraded F-5B aircraft. The system provides true programmable training capabilities and can be adapted to the radar performance of any front-line aircraft. The system also provides simulation and debriefing of Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground missiles, EW systems and other training features. The system uses a sophisticated data link network, which provides enhanced flight safety, with the mid-air collision avoidance capability.

New Appointments AT ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES


Nava Sela General Manager, SHL Division Nava Sela has been appointed General Manager of the SHL Division in the Commercial Aircraft Nava Sela Group. Sela holds an M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude) from Tel Aviv University, and a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering (Cum Laude) from the Technion Technological Institute. Sela began working at IAI in 1979 in the Companys development center as a development engineer in the Materials and Technology Development Department. In 2003, Sela was appointed Deputy General Manager of the Production Division and since January 2005, she has been the General Manager of the SHL Division. IAIs SHL Division is a design, manufacture and qualification center for aircraft landing gear systems, flight control actuators, hydraulic accessories, modular test stands and tailored hydraulic power supply systems. The Division employs more than 400 employees.
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Hillel Kain General Manager, Golan Industries Hillel Kain has been appointed General Manager of Golan Industries in the Military Aircraft Group. Kain Hillel Kain holds an M.Sc. from the combined program run by Boston University (USA) and Ben-Gurion University, and a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University in Israel. He is also a graduate of a Flight Test Engineers course in the USA. Hillel Kain was Deputy General Manager of SHL Division, before he was appointed General Manager of Golan Industries. Golan Industries specializes in the design, development and manufacture of crash survival crew seats, energy absorbing passenger seats and troop seats. Its crash attenuating seats meet FAR/JAR requirements as well as specific MIL requirements. Golan is currently developing and producing crashworthy seats for the Bell/Boeing V22, U.S. Navy CH53, MD-Helicopters MD900, Augusta/Bell AB139, Evector Raven 257 G150, Sino S-30J and Pilatus PC-12 among others.
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IAI and Boeing Australia Offer the I-View Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for the Australian JP 129 Program
IAI and Boeing Australia teamed together to
submit an excellent response for the Australian Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (TUAV) competition. The I-view TUAV complies or exceeds all requirements of the JP 129 Program. IAI also offers the I-view to other customers around the globe for various applications. The I-view TUAV will be demonstrated to potential customers by April 2005. I-View tactical UAV system was designed by IAIs Malat Division to support the Brigade level and below. The I-View TUAV system can carry all the typical UAV missions of surveillance, reconnaissance, target acquisition, artillery fire adjustment and battle damage assessment. The I-View TUAV system traces its roots to the excellent heritage of proven IAI UAV families such as the Heron Medium Altitude, Long Endurance (MALE) system, the Searcher and Hunter Tactical Short Range UAVs. At maximum takeoff weight of 250 kg, I-View is designed to fly missions of six to eight hours at a flight ceiling of 17,500 feet. Missions can be flown to a range of up to 150 km. When operation at lower altitude or beyond line of sight is required, I-View utilizes its integral communications relay. Despite its compact dimensions, I-View can carry a wide range of payloads, including full-size multi-sensor Electro-Optical (EO) and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) payloads, Electronic Support Measures (ESM) and Communications Intelligence (COMINT). I-View TUAV has automatic launching and recovery, and can be set-up for operation and deploy practically anywhere, from paved roads or by hydraulic rail launcher. Rapid tear-down ensures the unit can move at the pace of the battalions, does not slow down or left behind the supported troops, and should not become target for enemy attack. For recovery, I-View uses a unique controlled parafoil flight recovery system, which is automatically deployed at the end of the mission or on emergency, to bring air-vehicle to the ground through a soft landing. Since the parafoil descent is controlled by the flight controls of the UAV, I-View can be landed within 50 meters radius from the predestinated point, regardless of the wind conditions. This controlled parafoil automatic landing system is considered to be the most suitable for tactical UAV operations.

IAIs Commercial Aircraft Group Receives Contract for Manufacturing Assemblies on Boeings 787 Program
Multi-year contract valued at approximately $500 million
IAIs Commercial Aircraft Group has received
a multi-year contract, valued at approximately $500 million from Vought Aircraft Industries to manufacture assemblies on the prestigious Boeing 787 Dream Liner passenger aircraft program. The award was sole-source and runs for the lifetime of the 787 program. Commercial Aircraft Groups Production Division will manufacture assemblies for the door surrounds and passenger and cargo floor. The Groups Engineering Division will design the assemblies. Moshe Keret, IAIs President & CEO, said: We are honored to have been awarded this contract
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by Vought. This demonstrates IAIs credentials and we look forward to participating in the 787 program. The Boeing 787 Dream Liner, expected to enter service in 2008, is a fuel-efficient airplane designed to serve routes between 3,500 and 8,500 nautical miles (6,500 and 15,700 Km). The B787s airframe will be made of lightweight and robust composite materials and advanced alloys using innovative manufacturing methods. The Dream Liner will provide passengers with a better flying experience, including an improved cabin environment with more room and more conveniences.
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