Israeli Defence Company Rafael presents Spyder Air Defense missile family at Paris Air Show 2011

 

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20 - 26 June 2011
 
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Saturday, June 25, 2011, 11:30 AM

 
Israeli Defence Company Rafael presents Spyder Air Defense missile family at Paris Air Show 2011.
 
 
The Spyder ADS Family is the most advanced, mobile, quick reaction, Network Centric Air Defense Missiles system available today. The Spyder ADS family, developed by Rafael includes the Spyder SR (Short Range) and the Spyder MR (Medium Range)
     

The Spyder ADS Family is the most advanced, mobile, quick reaction, Network Centric Air Defense Missiles system available today. The Spyder ADS family, developed by Rafael includes the Spyder SR (Short Range) and the Spyder MR (Medium Range)
Spyder ADS Air Defense Missile System Family Rafael Israeli Defence Industry

     

Rafael is one of the leading air and missile defense system houses in the world. It developed the first anti-missile and air defense missile Barak for naval applications and the Defender as ground based air defense. Recently, Rafael won competitions for developing and manufacturing an anti-rocket and missile system known as the Iron Dome and a Short Range Ballistic Defense System ( SRBDM) in cooperation with Raytheon Missiles Systems known as David's Sling.

     
The Spyder-SR System is a low level, quick reaction missile system, designed to engage and destroy a wide spectrum of threats, such as attack aircraft, combat helicopters, bombers, cruise missiles, UAVs and UCAVs and stand-off weapons.
Rafael Spyder SR Short range air defence missile system at Paris Air Show 2011
     
The Spyder-SR System is a low level, quick reaction missile system, designed to engage and destroy a wide spectrum of threats, such as attack aircraft, combat helicopters, bombers, cruise missiles, UAVs and UCAVs and stand-off weapons.

Spyder-SR ADS ensures protection of high value assets (such as air force bases, Naval Bases, Communication Centers etc.) as well as maneuvering combat forces.

Spyder-SR is an all-weather, network-centric, self-propelled, multi-launcher quick reaction, air defense system. The system enables 3600 missile launching within 5 seconds of the target being declared hostile by the Spyder-SR system.

Spyder-SR missiles are Rafael's most advanced, air-to-air missiles: the Derby, active radar Beyond Visual Range (BVR) missile and the Python 5, a sophisticated dual band Imaging Infra Red (IIR) missile.
     
The Spyder -MR System is a Medium Range Air Defense Missile System (MRADMS), based mainly on the same elements as the Spyder SR and designed to engage and destroy the same wide spectrum of threats. The Spyder-MR ADS ensures protection of high value assets (such as, capital areas, air force bases, etc.) as well as maneuvering combat forces.
Rafael Spyder MR Medium range air defence missile system at Paris Air Show 2011
     
The Spyder -MR System is a Medium Range Air Defense Missile System (MRADMS), based mainly on the same elements as the Spyder SR and designed to engage and destroy the same wide spectrum of threats. The Spyder-MR ADS ensures protection of high value assets (such as, capital areas, air force bases, etc.) as well as maneuvering combat forces.

Spyder-MR is an all-weather, network-centric, self-propelled, multi-launcher quick reaction ADS. The system enables 3600 degree vertical missile launching within 2 seconds of the target being declared hostile by the SPYDER-MR system.

Like the Spyder-SR the Spyder-MR uses Rafael's most advanced, air-to-air missiles – the Derby and the Python 5. Both missiles contain a booster.

The Spyder ADS family is participating in competitions around the globe and has already been chosen by several armed forces.
 

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