Rafael unveils new 'ImiLite' ISR system

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  1. smartindian

    smartindian Regular Member

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    JERUSALEM (BNS): Israel's Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has recently unveiled a new intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance system called ImiLite at the ongoing Land Warfare Conference in Australia.

    ImiLite - new ISR Command and Control Exploitation System, is a cost-effective intelligence system designed to receive, process and exploit multiple standalone imagery video and other intelligence data in a centralised and unified way.

    "ImiLite's advanced ISR exploitation capabilities provide defense and police forces a leading edge in dealing with today's intelligence collection and processing demands," Haim Jacobovitz, corporate vice president and general manager of Rafael's Network-Centric Warfare Sector, was quoted as saying in the company news release.

    ImiLite's multi-source data integration and automation capabilities improve the efficiency of utilising available collection and exploitation assets. The system GIS capabilities provide immediate accessibility to relevant imagery and intelligence data, thus shortening the ISR collection and exploitation cycle.

    The ImiLite is based on Rafael's combat-proven ISR and C4I systems already in service worldwide. ImiLite is designed for use by Defense forces (air, ground) and police forces exercising various observation means for border patrol or coping with urban crime.

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