Orbit received orders of 21 million $ from Israeli defense ministry

Posted on Jan 9, 2018 by Dan Bielski

Orbit, which specializes in satellite communications, tracking systems and communications and audio systems, received orders from the Ministry of Defense to supply advanced communication systems totaling NIS 21 million. The systems will be supplied this year and next year.
The Ministry of Defense has been Orbit's strategic customer for many years and has acquired advanced communication systems from the company, which are an essential component of the solution they serve. Orbit has leveraged its capabilities and technological solutions from the security market to the civilian-commercial market as well

Eitan Livne, Orbit's CEO, said, "We are proud of the confidence and satisfaction of the Ministry of Defense and the IDF for the systems that we have provided, and this is in addition to previous orders.


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