Elbit Systems will equip Asian Navies with Spectro XR system

According to a press release published by Elbit Systems Ltd on June 3, 2021, the Israeli company announced that following competitive technical evaluations it was awarded an approximately $80 million contract by a country in Asia-Pacific to supply SPECTROTM XR multi-spectral electro-optic (“EO”) systems for maritime forces. The contract will be performed over a period of four years.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Spectro XR system (Picture source: Twitter account of R2 Drones)

Under the contract, Elbit Systems will supply SPECTRO XR EO systems that will be integrated onboard a variety of maritime platforms. SPECTRO XR is a multi-spectral long-range EO system that provides naval, air and land forces with enhanced intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (“ISTAR”) capabilities, in both day and night and under low visibility conditions, such as fog, humidity, smoke, haze and dust.

Using Artificial Intelligence, SPECTRO XR applies multi-target video tracking, Moving Target Indication and Video Motion Detection to continuously scan for targets, extract operational insights and reduce human error.

SPECTRO XR features a 7″ multi-spectral aperture (twice the average diameter for this category) and a multi-spectral imaging spotter telescope that combines multiple optical channels (VIS, MWIR, and SWIR) into one, providing outstanding range performance without increasing size and weight, operable day and night and in adverse weather conditions.

SPECTRO XR is equipped with a wide range of digital imaging, high-definition sensors, advanced lasers and overlay features, including image fusion, TV tracker, geo-tracking, scanning and target acquisition, with a high level of stabilization.

Remind that the last month, the Philippines have bought eight Israeli-made Shaldag Mk V fast patrol boats.

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