A Continued Commitment to Indian Defence Industry – IAI will sign MoU’s at AeroIndia 2023


At Aero India 2023, India’s largest defense exhibition, which runs from February 13–17, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), the country’s top aerospace and defense company, will display its cutting-edge technologies, market-leading air defense systems, and ground combat solutions (in Booths # 5.1 & 5.2, Hall F).

In full support of India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat vision of a self-sufficient nation, IAI is driving a strategic change to offer quick direct access to IAI’s better solutions.

IAI will strengthen its ties with the regional defense industry by signing a number of Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) and joint venture agreements throughout the expo.

Boaz Levy, IAI President and CEO: “We are very excited to be back in India for Aero India, which brings together some of our leading partners in the defense sector. We have been working closely with the Indian defense industry for more than 30 years and we look forward to further collaboration following the exhibition. We look forward to meeting our friends and partners while exhibiting our cutting-edge technologies to the Indian, Asian and global markets during this distinguished exhibition.”

IAI has developed and provided India with a number of strategic platforms over the past 30 years, including unmanned aerial systems (UAS), satellites, radars, training platforms, and air and missile defense systems. The three military branches of India as well as other government organizations have been using the cutting-edge systems and technology from IAI. The firm also closely collaborates with the Indian Armed Forces to research and create cutting-edge technology for use in the air, on land, and at sea.

The Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) strategic Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Heron TP from IAI will be one of many aerial systems on display during the event.

The Mini Harpy and the Rotem are innovative tactical loitering-munitions from IAI that are designed for both ground and marine units.

A cutting-edge GEO Mini Communication Satellite that IAI will also display was developed using its lengthy history and the Dror 1, Israel’s National Communication Satellite-MCS.

Developed to identify and neutralize both ground- and aerial threats, the Scorpius G (ground) is a ground-based EW system.

IAI’s HAROP will be on show at Adanis’ stand, and BEL’s booth will include the LORA and MRSAM.