Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Elbit Systems of America, LLC
Elbit Systems of America, LLC, through its subsidiaries, provides products and system solutions for commercial aviation, defense, homeland security, and medical instrumentation markets worldwide. It offers aircraft systems, such as enhanced flight and general aviation vision systems, air data products, advanced technology head up displays, cabin pressurization systems, test equipment, and cockpit instrumentation; and repair, field service engineering, spares, and other product support services. The company also provides battle-ready solutions for the U.S. military, such as aircraft-related systems and subsystems; tactical handheld computers; electro-optical systems, including long-range ther...
4700 Marine Creek Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76179-6969
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for Elbit Systems of America, LLC
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Senior Vice President of Operations
President of Medical KMC Systems
Vice President and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Elbit Systems of America, LLC Key Developments
Shanghai Avionics Corporation Selects Elbit Systems of America's Enhanced Vision System for the COMAC C919
Jun 12 15
Elbit Systems of America, LLC announced that it has been selected by the Shanghai Avionics Corporation (SAVIC) to provide the Kollsman Enhanced Vision System-Superior Performance (EVS-SP) for the COMAC C919 aircraft. Elbit Systems of America, working with official sales representative, East Wonder Inc. secured the contract with SAVIC which enables future operators of the C919 to select the EVS-SP through the aircraft manufacturer. The EVS-SP offers the latest proven commercial technology in cooled enhanced vision systems, by providing
outstanding capabilities in degraded visibility along with high resolution in a single, weight-saving unit. The
EVS-SP provides C919 operators the ability to see through some of the worst visibility conditions confronting
pilots in the Asia Pacific region. Additionally, the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) has adopted
current FAA rules that provide the same operational benefits as experienced in the United States, allowing
pilots to go past the traditional decision height (DA/DH) down to 100 feet, even if they do not see the landing
area with natural vision.
Elbit Systems of America to Integrate JHMCS II on AC-130W
May 19 15
Elbit Systems of America, through its RCEVS joint venture with Rockwell Collins, recently entered into a NAVSEA Crane contract funded by USSOCOM to integrate the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) II onboard the AC-130W. This is the first JHMCS II integration effort in the US for military cargo aircraft. Current versions of JHMCS are flying on most US fighter aircraft. This integration will occur over the course of the next two years. While the value of the contract is immaterial to Elbit Systems of America, the integration of the JHMCS II is pivotal to the warfighter, since adding JHMCS II technology is part of a much larger effort to add capabilities to the AC-130 platform. Designed to improve situational awareness, the JHMCS II Helmet Mounted Display System is based on operationally-proven technology that incorporates color symbology in both day and night modes. The JHMCS II provides visor projected video in a well-balanced lightweight helmet and integrated system. Improving the center of gravity reduces pilot fatigue, especially on the long-duration missions common to the AC-130.
Science Applications International Corporation Awards Contract to Elbit Systems of America, LLC
Apr 1 15
Elbit Systems of America, LLC announced that it was awarded a contract from Science Applications International Corporation to install, integrate, and support flight evaluations of the Elbit Color Helmet Display and Tracking System (CHDTS) on MH-60S Seahawk test aircraft for the US Navy. The program is part of the US Navy's MH-60 Sierra's Improved Targeting System for the Seahawks' Armed Helicopter Weapon Kits. The CHDTS will provide the pilots with both night and day capability to see color flight instrument symbols on their helmet mounted display (HMD) modules. Additionally, the line of sight tracking system enables the pilots to interact with the flight navigation system, improves pilot and copilot situational awareness, and can also be used to control pilot or copilot slewable sensor systems. The system also presents a continuously calculated weapon impact symbol for the pilot display, thus increasing system accuracy in the employment of installed weapon systems.
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