SMASH family

Our operationally proven SMASH family of fire control systems is designed, developed and manufactured in-house to keep friendly forces safe and ensure every first round hits its target, day or night.

We combine simple-to-install hardware with our own advanced image-processing software to cost effectively turn basic small arms into 21st century smart weapons.

Main System Benefits:

– Increases lethality and survivability
– Counters static and dynamic targets
– Reduces effects of stress and physical effort
– Suitable for diverse combat scenarios
– Reduces collateral damage
– Drastically shortens time-to-hit
– Ensures precision hits with minimal training
– Equalises high-performance skills across platoon
– Add-on to legacy weapons, firing standard ammunition

Additional Benefits:

– Field proven
– Day and night operation
– Retains ‘fire-at-will’ capability
– Short digital zeroing process
– MIL-STD 810 compliant

Leading Products

SMASH 2000

> See-Through FCS


SMASH 2000 Plus

> Additional Applications


SMASH 2000

> See-Through FCS


SMASH 2000

> See-Through FCS

“MAFAT is trying to predict the future battlefield, both in terms of threat and technologically. The SMASH system is expected to go into service with the IDF’s Ground Forces soon”

Said Brig. Gen. (res.) Dr. Danny Gold, head of
the Defense Ministry’s Administration for the Development of Weapons and Technological Infrastructure (MAFAT).

“Fighting increasingly complex warfare on modern hybrid battlefields requires excellent infantry troops, capable of reacting swiftly and decisively to emerging threats. SMASH provides a unique solution to these operational challenges, enabling soldiers to hit their targets with high precision and achieve their aims in first contact with the enemy.”

Lieutenant Colonel David Artzi from IDF Ground Forces

“SMASH is a cutting-edge technology that will be deployed to many tactical users which enables combat superiority for the infantry. The development included thorough operational evaluations with different users and various prototypes. Conducting the R&D effort with operational evaluation enabled successful implementation of novel and proven technologies in addition to the development of operational TTP’s (tactics, techniques & procedures) and CONOPS (concept of operations).”

Dr. Daniel Gold, Head of IMOD’s Defense R&D Directorate (MAFAT)

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