17 April 2011

New IRV Unvailed

TAC Motors announced the launch of a military version of its Stark Jeep, the Stark IRV (Incident Response Vehicle), which will cost more than $700,000. It will feature Israeli technology monitoring and tracking.  The production will continue to be made in Santa Catarina, Brazil and other military equipment will come from Israel.

This is a partnership between the TAC Motors and IAI Elta (Israel Aerospace Industries), who leads the worldwide market for development and production of defense systems and homeland security.

The official launch of the Stark IRV (Incident Response Vehicle) happened last week at LAAD - Defense & Security trade fair for defense and security in Latin America, which is held every two years in Rio de Janeiro.

The high price of the Stark IRV (Incident Response Vehicle) is due to Israeli equipment, which includes surveillance radar, electro-optical day and night, and satellite communications. The mission payload, provided by Elta, includes a day/night, all-weather target acquisition system. The Stark IRV sensor suite includes advanced ground surveillance radar, an electro-optical system and a line-of-sight or satellite communication system.

IAI said the Stark IRV enables the crew to maintain continuous tracking of multiple targets, providing rapid, flexible and effective capabilities for changing intelligence requirements.

The vehicle is designed to support law enforcement, paramilitary and border security forces engaged with security, combating drug trafficking and smuggling.

The Israeli company showcased other systems for homeland security and civil defense at the LAAD (Latin America Aero and Defense) exhibition last week. Included are a hovering aerial vehicle, providing persistence surveillance in urban areas; a new information system that supports the management of first responders in emergency situations such as fires, earthquakes or floods; and an Airborne Early Warning and Control system.

"IAI is offering Brazil and its customers in Latin America a wide range of products, backed by extensive technological knowhow and unique operational experience, all integrated and supporting the concept of know-decide-act," said Yitzhak Nissan, president and chief executive officer of IAI.
"We are already operating in Brazil, getting to know Brazil's unique needs and operational requirements and we are ready to provide the solutions Brazil needs.  "We plan to expand our activities in Brazil through cooperation with local companies," he said.

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