Elbit Systems of America, LLC, was awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract for approximately USD 50m by the US Navy to provide the Helmet Display and Tracker System (HDTS) with the Continuously Computed Impact Point (CCIP) algorithm for the MH-60S fleet, the company said.
This award represents the Navy´s first production order for the line-of-sight helmet tracking system, and the integration of targeting symbology in the Armed Helicopter Weapon System (AHWS) for the MH-60S fleet.
The advanced technology of the helmet and processor provides pilots and crews with line-of-sight tracking to improve interaction with the flight navigation system, enhance pilot and co-pilot situational awareness, and increase the accuracy of weapons delivery. The HDTS systems includes day/night helmet mounted displays that provide full color symbology. In addition, the advanced processor allows a weapon impact symbol to be continuously displayed on the pilot´s and crew´s visors for improved deployment accuracy.
The work will be performed in Fort Worth, Texas, and completed by June 2021. An initial order of approximately USD 14.2m was received.
Elbit Systems of America, wholly owned by Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: ESLT), is a provider of high performance products, system solutions, and support services focusing on the defense, homeland security, commercial aviation, and medical instrumentation markets. The company has facilities throughout the United States.
Elbit Systems Ltd. is an international high technology company engaged in a wide range of defense, homeland security, and commercial programs globally.