IAI-ESG join hands to offer all-domain real-time network


IAI-ESG MoU: Israeli Aerospace Industries and German based company ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH and have signed a cooperation agreement to provide the German Armed Forces a proven, agile and robust cross-platform Network Centric Warfare (NCW) solution to meet the challenges of the future, IAI said on Tuesday.
With ‘NEOS’ – Network Enabled Operations Support – ESG and IAI enable joint all-domain operations including airborne, naval and ground platforms.

NEOS is based on IAI´s combat proven OPAL solution that has a long history of operational use in the Israel Defense Forces catering to real-time interoperability across a diverse range of combat platforms.

Together, ESG and IAI will provide a developed cross-domain, cross-platform connectivity, combining the deep technological understanding and extensive experience of both companies. The NEOS solution will enable the German Armed Forces to achieve independence by integrating a variety of German systems and sensors, while introducing unique German-based operational capabilities.

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“For us, as the national technology and innovation partner of the Bundeswehr, it is part of our philosophy to develop and to provide solutions and products that meet the needs and expectations of those who protect us every day in any domain,” Christoph Otten, CEO of ESG said in a statement sent to Defence Star.

Otten said both the companies must enable them to fulfil their challenging task with robust, reliable and high-performing technology.

“We are very happy to cooperate with IAI on NEOS, bringing in especially our proven capabilities in the field of systems integration, software development and in-service support,” he added.

IAI Opal Simulator

IAI Opal Simulator.

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Yosef Melamed, IAI’s Executive Vice President and General Manager of Aviation Group, said IAI’s OPAL system is an open architecture platform and a significant force multiplier for the challenges on the modern battlefield.

“OPAL has been in operation for many years, participating in every operational activity, and boasts a major contribution to success in that it enables completely adaptable communication and operational capabilities across aerial, naval and ground forces,” he said.

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“The current cooperation with ESG will take this unique solution to a higher level of performance and flexibility that will benefit the customer and both companies,” Melamed added.

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