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DEFEA 2021: Rafael from Israel to showcase latest innovations and technologies of naval equipment


At DEFEA 2021, the International Defense Exhibition that will take place in Athens (Greece) from the 13 to 15 July 2021, the Israeli company Rafael will showcase the latest innovations and technologies of naval defense equipment including the Sea Breaker, a 5th Generation, Maritime & Land-based Long-Range Attack Weapon System and the C-Dome, a naval version of the Iron Dome air defense system. Visit Rafael at DEFEA 2021, Stand 3F25.


SAAB exhibits products and solutions for maritime defense IMDEX 2019 925 001Israeli company Rafael has developed the Sea Breaker, a new generation of precision-guided, long-range autonomous missile. (Picture Source Rafael)


Based upon years of experience and deep operational know-how in various naval arenas and scenarios, and integrating combat-proven technologies in all domains, Rafael maintains its efforts in bringing leading technologies and solutions to provide naval forces defense superiority against all modern naval threats above and below the waves, such as naval area defense, swarm attack defense, and torpedo defense.

The Sea Breaker is a naval and artillery unit force-multiplier, designed to overcome the modern warfare arena challenges, using Rafael's legacy of high-end precision-guided solutions.

The Sea Breaker is a precision-guided, long-range, autonomous missile system allowing operator intervention at any stage. The system utilizes RAFAEL’s wide range of technological innovations such as electro-optics, computer vision, Artificial

The Sea Breaker provides surgical, pin-point precision strikes from stand-off ranges of up to 300 km. It features an advanced IIR (Imaging Infra-Red) seeker, ideal for engagement of maritime and land targets, stationary or moving, in advanced Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) arenas, and in littoral or brown water, including archipelago, as well as for engagements in which previous generation RF-seeker-based missiles are not effective.

The C-Dome is designed to effectively protect warships against a large set of modern threats. It handles saturation attacks by engaging multiple targets simultaneously. The system uses the combat-proven Iron Dome air defense systems that have already intercept more than 1,500 successful interceptions.

The C-Dome components include a multi-round launcher assembly loaded with vertically launcher canisterised interceptors. The launcher unit can be installed under the ship deck. It utilizes the ship's own surveillance radar and does not require a dedicated Fire Control Radar. Weapon system command and control is seamlessly integrated with the ship's combat management system, facilitating all combat operations.