IAI Announces 1st Deliveries of Maritime MOSP3000 Systems
- To a Foreign Customer
Shaul Shahar, General Manager of IAI's TAMAM Division, said: "We are very proud of this new configuration which performs so successfully under the severe environmental conditions required for naval systems. The Maritime MOSP3000 is a remarkable achievement by our engineering and technical staff."
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MOSP3000 is a multi-sensor electro-optic and infrared (EO/IR) payload which builds on the successful MOSP concept. The payload has a diameter of 15 inches (38cm), and weighs less than 35 kg.
MOSP3000's open architecture design can accommodate up to five sensors:
-- A variety of TV cameras and optics for day use
-- A variety of thermal imaging cameras based on a large format detector (640x480 pixels)
-- A laser pointer
-- An eye-safe laser range finder (1, 3 or 5 pulses per second).
-- A laser designator
Source : Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.
Apr 1 - 2, 2014 - Washington, United States