Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) on its virtual booth displays Barak MX Naval Integrated Air & Missile Defense System at Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition.


Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) on its virtual booth displays Barak MX Naval Integrated Air & Missile Defense System at Euronaval Online, the digital edition of Euronaval 2020, naval defense and maritime security industry exhibition.


SAAB exhibits products and solutions for maritime defense IMDEX 2019 925 001The Barak-MX Naval is a modular air defense system with optimized shooting and threat management. (Picture source IAI)


The BARAK MX Naval is an advanced Air & Missile Defense System developed by IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) that provides a single integrated solution for multiple simultaneous aerial threats from different sources and different ranges. The Barak missile is designed to destroy any type of airborne threat including aircraft, helicopters, anti-ship missiles, and UAVs as well as ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, and combat jets. Both maritime and land-based variants of the system exist.

The Barak MX all-weather, supersonic interceptors feature a common design with a 360-degree vertical launch and an active radiofrequency seeker.

The BARAK Weapon Control System (WCS), which creates and manages a unified multi-sensor aerial picture, coordinates the force operation networks and manages the launch arrays. Integrate into any existing Naval Control management System for air picture and engagement coordination;

The Barak missile can be launched for ships and is based on the small missile and proven vertical launcher concept. It can be easily fitted to existing or new warships, as the installation of the vertical launcher requires small deck space.

The Barak missile is available in three variant including BARAK MRAD, with a single pulse rocket motor for a range of 35 km, the BARAK LRAD, with a dual pulse rocket motor for a range of 70 km and the BARAK ER with a dual pulse rocket motor and an additional booster for a range of 150 km and enhanced TBM capabilities.


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