Israel’s Defense Ministry to Unveil Israeli Security Technologies in France

An Israel soldier prepares to launch an Israeli army's Skylark I unmanned drone aircraft, which is used for monitoring purposes on July 14, 2014 at an army deployment area near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.

The Jerusalem Post reports: The Defense Ministry announced on Monday that it would unveil several new Israeli security technologies at the bi-annual Eurosatory defense exhibition in France.

The 1500-square meter Israeli pavilion will feature products from 30 Israeli defense companies, including unmanned aerial and surface systems, air defense, and facility protection systems. Eurosatory began on Monday.

The Israeli pavilion will also feature advanced communications systems designed to give militaries a “significant edge on the modern battlefield,” the Defense Ministry added.

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