Countries that purchased products by BlueBird:

Ethiopia

Main Products:

Thunder B

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BlueBird Aero Systems

 

A private Israeli company, established in 2002, specializes in design, development and production of Micro, Mini and tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The company is based in Kadima, Israel.

The company delivers technological & operational solutions to provide real-time intelligence, and deliver solutions to meet necessities of military, Homeland Security (HLS) and civilian UAS markets.

The company provides UAVs to the Israeli army and Ministry of Defense and exports its products abroad.

In 2018 the Indian company Cyient and Bluebird Aero Systems signed a joint venture to offer UAV systems to Indian military and Industry.[1]

In September 2020 Israel Aerospace Industries announced that that they acquired 50% of BlueBird Aero Systems. Ronen Nadir, CEO of BlueBird will continue to hold 50% of BlueBird.[2]

Products include unmanned aerial vehicles as Thunder B,  SpyLite, Micro B, Wander Bm, and Sub-Systems as Portable Ground Control Station (PGCS), ICU, Ground Data Terminal (GDT), Emergency Control unit (ECU), Remote Video Terminal.

For information about the company’s involvement in the Israeli occupation, you may visit WhoProfits.

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The company holds a 49% stake in Cynient Solutions & Systems (CSS), a joint venture in India. The remaining shares are held by Cynient (NSE:Cynient).

BlueBird Aero Systems

A private Israeli company, established in 2002, specializes in design, development and production of Micro, Mini and tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The company is based in Kadima, Israel.

The company delivers technological & operational solutions to provide real-time intelligence, and deliver solutions to meet necessities of military, Homeland Security (HLS) and civilian UAS markets.

The company provides UAVs to the Israeli army and Ministry of Defense and exports its products abroad.

In 2018 the Indian company Cyient and Bluebird Aero Systems signed a joint venture to offer UAV systems to Indian military and Industry.[1]

In September 2020 Israel Aerospace Industries announced that that they acquired 50% of BlueBird Aero Systems. Ronen Nadir, CEO of BlueBird will continue to hold 50% of BlueBird.[2]

Products include unmanned aerial vehicles as Thunder B,  SpyLite , Micro B, Wander Bm, and Sub-Systems as Portable Ground Control Station (PGCS), ICU, Ground Data Terminal (GDT), Emergency Control unit (ECU), Remote Video Terminal.

For information about the company’s involvement in the Israeli occupation, you may visit WhoProfits.

The company holds a 49% stake in Cynient Solutions & Systems (CSS), a joint venture in India. The remaining shares are held by Cynient (NSE:Cynient).