ELBIT HERMES 450 PDF

Photo exclusively shared by source to MaxDefense. Photo taken from Israeli Weapons website. First batch delivered in Inclusions: The PAF will receive a total of 1 complete Hermes unmanned aerial system includes three 3 Hermes unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as ground control systems, support equipment, mission payload, and Integrated Logistics System ILS including training, technical support, and other requirement.

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Photo exclusively shared by source to MaxDefense. Photo taken from Israeli Weapons website. First batch delivered in Inclusions: The PAF will receive a total of 1 complete Hermes unmanned aerial system includes three 3 Hermes unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as ground control systems, support equipment, mission payload, and Integrated Logistics System ILS including training, technical support, and other requirement.

As part of the deal, Elbit Systems Ltd is also providing an extra Hermes UAV, although this is not a new unit and will be used initially as an advance training platform while the new units are being manufactured. The total budget allocated for all three locations was Php,, No further details provided aside from confirming that this project is ongoing.

Based on information MaxDefense received last December , the initial payment only pushed through last November , and it will take around 4 to 5 months for Elbit Systems to be able to deliver the first batch. In addition, it appears that the delays has allowed Elbit to also push through with the delivery of a second Hermes UAV, which is a new-build unit, allowing for the delivery of two units instead of just one. This would definitely be a major development once delivered, and is expected to gain media mileage for the PAF and the Duterte administration.

Photo taken from UPI. Apparently, a source told us that its been sitting in crates in Israel waiting for the Philippine government to release funds before it gets shipped. It was also said that this unit is the freebie unit which will be used by the PAF to train in UAV ops in the Philippines while the rest of the Hermes and Hermes are being prepared for delivery between now and late Photo exclusively shared to MaxDefense. As mentioned by a source who is familiar with the project, the first batch of Hermes were delivered to the PAF in late August They were then assembled in the Philippines by technicians from Elbit Systems.

Photo was taken by one of our community member, credits to him for this. Watermark necessary as many other pages are using our photos without crediting. It would be remembered that this first batch should have been delivered as early as mid if not only for delays in releasing funds by the DBM, which forced Elbit to hold on to the delivery and production until at least the contract-agreed deposit has been met.

Photo shared exclusively to MaxDefense by a community member. No exact month was provided yet although MaxDefense expects to receive updates before the delivery happens.

Photo shared exclusively to MaxDefense by one of our source.

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The Elbit Hermes 450 MALE UAS of the Philippine Air Force

She falls under the Elbit Systems branding and is designed for tactical long endurance sorties. The Hermes is primarily utilized as a reconnaissance, communications and surveillance platform by the Israeli Air Force IAF but an armed version is thought to exist operationally. Several nations with growing interest in showcasing UAVs have either evaluated, leased or purchased the Hermes system, those including the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore and Brazil. As such, the crew can interpret all incoming imagery and data in real-time and react accordingly, often times in conjunction with other ground elements. The Hermes has become a proven and highly versatile defense package that can be modified to suit the mission need. It features a gimbaled electro-optical payload that can accept reconnaissance and surveillance equipment as needed. Elbit states that their Hermes has accumulated some 65, hours of flight in its short history, already having seen active service in several combat environments.

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