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RADA Selected for a SAR Development Program
by Staff Writers
Netanya, Israel (SPX) Oct 06, 2011

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RADA Electronic Industries reports that its advanced, Fiber-Optic-Gyro (FOG) based Embedded GPS-INS (EGI) has been selected by an undisclosed European leading radar provider to be integrated into its Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) development program.

The EGI will provide the SAR with enhanced capabilities and performance.

This program, which will be carried out during 2012 and 2013, introduces future business potential to RADA once the SAR development program is completed and transferred into production phase.

Zvika Alon, RADA CEO, commented: "We are extremely pleased that a leading SAR provider has put his trust in RADA's INS. Our Inertial Navigation Systems product line is maturing and gradually becoming a significant growth engine for the coming years.

"Adding a leading European customer to our customer base is a strategic move in RADA's plans for future expansion."


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