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FORT WORTH, Texas,
October 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Elbit Systems of America, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd. will present an array of cutting edge solutions designed to enhance the capabilities of the United States Armed Forces at the upcoming Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition (AUSA), (booth #839, Hall A) set to take place in the Walter E. Washington Convention
Center, Washington DC from
October 22-24, 2012.
With demonstrations, video presentations, and product displays, Elbit Systems of America will depict the successful integration of systems available to empower the warfighter. Dedicated to supporting those who contribute daily to the safety and security of our nation, Elbit Systems of America's innovative and affordable solutions allow units to operate successfully in complex conflicts and urban environments.
Elbit Systems of America plays a vital role in supporting America's Army with discriminating mission solutions. Our innovative products and systems can be found on many of the U.S. Army's major platforms and weapon systems to include the Apache Attack Helicopter where we provide all helmet mount displays, the advanced mission processor for the Block 3 Apache, the Bradley A3 Fighting Vehicles where we provide the core computer electronic suites, and the Stryker Mortar Carrier where we provide the highly accurate recoiled mortar system. Additionally, we provide critical life support and power systems for the MRAP vehicle and the highly accurate semi-active laser seekers for the Viper Strike and Griffin weapons.
Supporting our Army aviators, Elbit Systems of America will present the family of
AMLCD displays and the
Large Area Display (LAD). Revolutionizing the functionality of cockpits, the LAD is a panoramic high-definition display measuring up to 22". The LAD provides integrated high performance flight and mission graphics onto a wider, slimmer, single screen. AUSA visitors to the Elbit Systems of America booth may also examine the new
Apache Aviator Integrated Helmet (AAIH) and participate in a
cockpit demonstration which includes a
Helmet Display and Tracker System with
Degraded Visual Environment symbology. Elbit System of America provides enhanced situational awareness for the Army Aviation fleet with increased reliability and maintainability.