Elbit Systems Deutschland


Elbit Systems Deutschland @ Enforce Tac 2024: High-tech for the European Market

In the year following the 120th anniversary of the Ulm site, Elbit Systems Deutschland will once
again be presenting a selection of its broad product portfolio at Enforce Tac 2024. With proven
German systems and innovative technology from the Israeli parent company, solutions will be
presented that provide protection and assertiveness in the tactical scenario of the modern

Elbit Systems Germany presented its Skylark reconnaissance drone at Enforce Tac 2023.

The specialists in communication and defense technologies will cover the areas of drone
defense, communication, command and control as well as reconnaissance in combination with
effective target designation. In addition to the well-known E-LynX™ PNR1000SDR, now
produced in Ulm, Germany for the DLBO Digitization Program, and HRM9000 (HF), both
soldier radios already in use by the Bundeswehr, the new CUAS solution and the innovative
Trident target acquisition solution will also be on display in Nuremberg. As expected, the CUAS
is likely to meet with cross-sectional interest from trade visitors, as the system is not exclusively
designed for military applications, but is also suitable for mobile or stationary surveillance and
for protecting major events or critical infrastructure, for example.

This year, the Ulm-based company is focusing on the CUAS system, among other things.

The lightweight and rapidly deployable drone defense system can detect and classify all
commercial and many military drone types and automatically initiate the appropriate measures
to counter a potential threat in time. It supports simultaneous detection and tracking on multiple
levels as well as 360° coverage, an optional man-in-the-loop function and state-of-the-art
sensor and control interfaces.

The Trident target acquisition solution is a highly effective combination of operationally proven
individual systems. These allow dismounted units to reconnoiter and observe targets at long
distances, regardless of the weather and time of day, and to mark them with an integrated
laser if required, for example for an air or artillery strike. In this respect, Trident increases the
strike capability of infantry forces many times over without endangering the carrying unit by
being too close to the target or burdening it with complex and heavy technology.

Modern night vision systems of various types and selected parts of the innovative Elbit soldier
systems will also be on display at stand 7A-224, which are already being used successfully by
police forces and the military around the world.