Elbit Systems has announced that following its acquisition of IMI Systems from the Israeli government in November 2018, it has re-organised the company structure to establish two new business divisions: Land Systems, and C4I and Cyber.
Elbit’s land division will focus on systems for military vehicles, artillery, and capabilities brought in from IMI, while the C4I and Cyber division will concentrate on command and control, radios, communications, homeland security, and cyber intelligence.
The two new divisions will sit alongside the company’s existing Aerospace, EW and SIGINT, and ISTAR divisions.
IMI is most commonly associated with the development of the Uzi submachine gun, and is a supplier of weapons systems and military technologies to the Israel Defense Forces.
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