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Founded Year

1953

Stage

Grant | Alive

About Israel Aerospace Industries

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is Israel's largest aerospace and defense company and a globally recognized technology and innovation leader, specializing in developing and manufacturing advanced, state-of-the-art systems for air, space, sea, land, cyber and homeland security. Since 1953, the company has provided advanced technology solutions to government and commercial customers worldwide including: satellites, missiles, weapon systems and munitions, unmanned and robotic systems, radars, C4ISR and more. IAI also designs and manufactures business jets and aerostructures, performs overhaul and maintenance on commercial aircraft and converts passenger aircraft to refueling and cargo configurations.

Israel Aerospace Industries Headquarter Location

Ben Gurion International Airport

70100,

Israel

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Israel Aerospace Industries Patents

Israel Aerospace Industries has filed 215 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Aerospace engineering
  • Air refueling
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

6/13/2018

5/10/2022

Radio frequency antenna types, Antennas (radio), Radar, Broadcast engineering, Radio frequency propagation

Grant

Application Date

6/13/2018

Grant Date

5/10/2022

Title

Related Topics

Radio frequency antenna types, Antennas (radio), Radar, Broadcast engineering, Radio frequency propagation

Status

Grant

Latest Israel Aerospace Industries News

Fourth Finnish Hamina-class FAC completes MLU

May 9, 2022

09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system. 09 May 2022 by Kate Tringham The Finnish Navy's fourth Hamina-class FAC, Pori, returns to sea to start acceptance trials after completing its MLU. (Finnish Defence Forces) The fourth and final Finnish Navy Hamina-class fast attack craft (FAC), FRNS Pori (83), has commenced sea acceptance trials following the completion of its Squadron 2000 mid-life upgrade (SQ2000 MLU) programme, the Finnish Navy has announced. Post refit trials will continue into the third quarter, after which, Pori will be handed back to the Finnish Navy. The SQ2000 MLU programme is being carried out under a contract awarded to prime contractor Patria in January 2018. The scope of work, completed at Oy Western Shipyard Ltd, has included the replacement of the Atlas Elektronik ANCS combat management system (CMS) with a new Saab 9LV CMS and fire-control systems suite, and the installation of a new Saab TactiCall communication system. The existing Bofors 57 mm Mk 3 naval guns have been replaced with the lighter Bofors 40 mm Mk 4, and the RBS15 anti-ship missiles have been replaced by Israel Aerospace Industries' Gabriel V anti-ship missile system.

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  • When was Israel Aerospace Industries founded?

    Israel Aerospace Industries was founded in 1953.

  • What is Israel Aerospace Industries's latest funding round?

    Israel Aerospace Industries's latest funding round is Grant.

  • Who are the investors of Israel Aerospace Industries?

    Investors of Israel Aerospace Industries include Israel Innovation Authority and Space Florida.

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