Argentina Signs Deal to Purchase UVision’s Hero Loitering Weapon Systems


Defence Industry

Tel Aviv: Another success to the bestselling Israeli made loitering weapon system. Argentina signed a deal to purchase two types of loitering weapon systems made by Israeli company UVision – the Hero-30 and the Hero-120.

The two loitering weapon systems will be used by the special units of the Argentine army.

The Hero-30 is a simple-to-operate system incorporating a high level of precision attack and abort capabilities, enabling infantry and special forces to initiate operations, as well as to respond to any enemy target or threat that arises, and eliminate it with extreme accuracy.

The Hero-30’s advanced capabilities include striking targets with high tracking precision and lock-on, a last-second mission-abort, and re-engagement for a second attack attempt or change of target. Its versatile instalment configurations (man packed, vehicle mounted or stationary) make it ideally suited to a diverse range of operational scenarios.

The Hero-120 Loitering Munition System made by UVision is a mid-range (+40KM) tank-killer system that meets the complex requirements of the modern battlefield, such as those seen in the course of recent combat events in Europe. The Hero-120 carries out pinpoint strikes against anti-armour, anti-material and anti-personnel targets, including tanks, vehicles, and other soft targets in populated urban areas. The system’s high-precision capabilities are enabled thanks to its unique aerodynamic structure.