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Mexico police buy Israeli air surveillance systems
February 16, 2009 / 8:06 AM / 9 years ago

Mexico police buy Israeli air surveillance systems

JERUSALEM, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Israeli firm Aeronautics Defense Systems Ltd. said on Monday it had won $22 million in contracts to supply Mexico’s federal police with airborne surveillance systems.

Products sold include the Skystar 300, a blimp with onboard cameras offering 24-hour monitoring of surroundings, and the Orbiter, a miniature unmanned spy plane, Aeronautics said in a statement.

Israel uses blimps and drones over the neighbouring, Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. (Writing by Dan Williams; Editing by Alison Williams)



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