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Ishay Davidi  photo; Tamar Matsafi Orbit wins NIS 109m US Air Force deal

Orbit's share price has risen 49% since the FIMI fund acquired control of the company.

IAI and AERO Photo: PR IAI and Czech co Aero unveil combat aircraft

The F/A-259 Striker is a multirole aircraft for close air support, counter-insurgency operations and border patrolling with interception capabilities.

Cyber war Photo: Shutterstock Hamas preparing for cyber war

Hamas's hackers are still amateurish, but are gaining experience and sophistication, possibly with Iranian help.

SPICE Photo: Rafael Rafael, Lockheed Martin team on missile guidance system

The two companies will collaborate on Rafael's SPICE air-to-surface weapon systems with part of production to be carried out in the US.

IAI and SNC Photo: PR Israel Aerospace teams with SNC on VTOL military drones

The VTOL UAS will give forward-positioned units the ability to deploy expeditionary wide-area UAS Intelligence.

Baidu autonomous test vehicle  photo: PR Israeli autotech and US-China trade wars

China's growing investment in Israel's autotech industry serves its strategic interests.

SpaceIL photo: Alon Hadar SpaceIL seeks to inspire Israelis

The SpaceIL organization expects its Moon landing to prompt more young people to study science and engineering.

Bezhalel Machlis Photo: Tamar Matsafi The gov't is giving IMI to Elbit for nothing

Elbit will pay NIS 1.8 billion for IMI Systems and has been promised NIS 1.8 billion for vacating the Ramat Hasharon site. But will the plant move to the Negev as promised?

Nuclear reactor near Berne Photo: Reuters Bringing peace to the Middle East with nuclear reactors

ACU Strategic Partners wants to build nuclear reactors in Arab countries and make Israel responsible for guarding them.

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