Brésil, football et drone

Le Brésil achète un drone Hermes 900 pour assurer la sécurité du mondial de football


Sur le drone Elbit Hermes 900 lire


Operateurs du Hermes (source Wikipedia anglais)

The Israeli air force has equipped its Elbit Systems Hermes 900 unmanned air vehicles with undisclosed specialist payloads, and formally named the type “Kochav” (Star).[4]

Elbit Systems has been awarded a contract to supply a Hermes 900 unmanned air system to the Brazilian air force.[5]

In July 2011, Elbit reported the first export sale of its Hermes 900 UAV to the Chilean Air Force. The Chilean choice followed evaluation of two classes of UAVs. At the high end were the Elbit Hermes 900 and IAI Heron. At the lower (tactical) level were Elbit Hermes 450, and Aerostar from Aeronautics Defense Systems.[6] Three Hermes 900 UAVs are operated by the Chilean Air Force. In October 2013, the Chilean Navy began evaluating the Hermes 900 for procurement for maritime patrol tasks.[7]

In August 2012, Elbit won a multi-million-dollar contract to supply a mixed fleet of Hermes 900 and Hermes 450 unmanned air systems to Colombia.[8] In July 2013, the Colombian Air Force confirmed they have one Hermes 900 on order, to be accepted in the coming months.[9]

In January 2012, Elbit announced it has been awarded a $50 million contract to supply two Hermes 900 systems to an undisclosed customer “in the Americas”,[10][11] later revealed to be the Mexican Federal Police.[12][13]

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