The Israeli corporation SESP, a world leader in the field of radio frequency bomb jammers, recently introduced its new integrated system for dispersing demonstrations and protests at the ADEX 2016 Defense Exhibition held in Baku, capital of Azerbaijan.
It was reported that in Azerbaijan there is great interest in this system and that they are currently negotiating acquiring it and “adapting it to the local market.” According to Avraham Bussu, the CEO of SESP, the company recently closed a deal worth millions of dollars to supply an Eastern European state with system.
ADEX 2016 was organized by the Azeri Defense Ministry’s to be a “grand display of modern weaponry and equipment, the show of the force and power of the Azerbaijani military-industrial complex.”
Significantly, the Israeli pavilion at the defense exhibition was one of the largest and included displays of weapons, ammunition and advanced military technologies manufactured by Israeli state-, privately-, and kibbutz-owned corporations such as Plasan, one of the most important suppliers to the US occupation armies in Iraq and Afghanistan, owned by Kibbutz Sasa. Other exhibitors at the Israeli Pavilion included the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Israel Military Industries (IMI), Aeronautics Defense Systems, Elbit, Ofgal, Ness Technologies, Rafael, SIBAT (The International Defense Cooperation Directorate of the Israel Ministry of Defense), Netline Cyber Security, and more.