Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and the Royal Thai Navy sign their first contract: IAI will supply its advanced MINI-POP sensors for the Navys patrol vessels

December 26, 2023 Defense and Security Thailand 2023 – IAI will supply 6 of its advanced Sea Mini-POP sensor payloads to the Royal Thai Navy. These payload upgrades will enhance the capabilities of the Navy's patrol vessels to be able to operate in difficult and challenging conditions.

IAI’s Sea Mini-POP is a multi-sensor electro optical and infrared (EO/IR) payload that includes a thermal camera with continuous optical zoom, a color camera with continuous daytime zoom and a laser rangefinder, as well as advanced image processing, positioning and focusing capabilities.

Boaz Levy, IAI's President and CEO: "The recent transactions by IAI serve as a testament to the company's impactful collaborations on the global stage, underscoring the trust that nations worldwide place in IAI's innovative solutions, positioned at the forefront of technology. We take pride in sustaining the company's economic growth trajectory while steadfastly standing beside the IDF and security forces, dedicated to serving our customers during both times of conflict and routine operations."

IAI is a worldwide leader in advanced naval and marine solutions, and the naval combat suite it offers its customers is one of the most advanced in the world, incorporating air-defense systems, electronic warfare, missiles, radar, sensors and more. Among IAI's customers in the maritime sector are many of the world's armed forces, with the Israeli Navy at the forefront, for which IAI is the main supplier.

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