TEL AVIV — Following its withdrawals from South Lebanon, Gaza and some of the West Bank, Israel must stretch its intelligence-gathering to leverage new technological capabilities that partly offset the loss of traditional human intelligence (humint). All of Israel’s top-tier defense companies are involved in this national effort, including Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Elbit Systems and Rafael, as well as smaller companies specializing in sensor development, data fusion, ...
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