Elbit Systems Wins Africa Intell System Order

Elbit systems logoElbit Systems has won a $40 million contract to provide an intelligence analysis system to an unnamed country in Africa.

Elbit’s Wise Intelligence Technology system is designed to help analysts gather and analyze data, disseminate information and perform other phases of the intelligence cycle, the company said Wednesday.

The defense electronics manufacturer and integrator aims to embed WiT into its open source intelligence product, PC surveillance systems and other data sources.

Yehuda Vered, Elbit general manager for land and C4 (command, control, communications, computers and intelligence), said the company offers intelligence and cyber defense technologies and other offerings for governments and infrastructure customers.

Vered added the company is seeking to win additional orders from more customers.

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