What you need to know about the Israeli military’s “Smart Defense” software

The Israeli military recently unveiled a new software architecture that could make it possible to build “smart defense” software for the military.

The IDF said the technology would allow soldiers to detect when a potential attack is coming, respond quickly and use their “eyes and ears” to help identify targets.

The software is expected to be ready in the first half of 2018, according to IDF chief of staff Maj.-Gen. Benny Gantz.

“It is an innovative system that can be built in the future, and we are very excited about it,” Gantz told The Jerusalem Times in an interview on Friday.

“We believe that it can significantly reduce the amount of data needed to conduct the operation and it will make the operation more accurate and more effective.”

In the past, Israeli intelligence agencies have used similar software to target suspected Iranian nuclear facilities.

Gantz, however, said the new software will not target Iranian facilities, but instead target the Islamic State group.

The IDF said that its system, called K-TEST, was developed using the latest technologies and was intended to improve the security of Israel’s military, particularly the Iron Dome defense system.

The system is designed to detect a threat by detecting what it calls the “time, distance and position” of the incoming threat.

For instance, a drone could monitor the movement of a vehicle or an unmanned aerial vehicle to make sure the drone was in the correct location.

A radar detector could detect an incoming missile, the IDF said, adding that it could also identify targets that have been previously targeted.

The Israeli military has previously developed the software in cooperation with Microsoft Corp., according to a Reuters report.

The new software is intended to help the military detect a possible attack on its soldiers, and is also designed to prevent soldiers from being killed by rockets fired from Iran.

A military source told Reuters that the software was designed to be used on the Gaza Strip and Israel’s Golan Heights, where the Israeli army has been fighting the Islamic Republic’s armed wing, the Islamic Front.

The new software was developed by Israel Aerospace Industries, the source said.

The military source also said that the system will be deployed in the “most dangerous locations” in the Middle East, including Lebanon and Syria.

The announcement by Gantz came just two weeks after the Israeli defense minister, Avigdor Liberman, said that Israel was considering an upgrade to its Iron Dome system to detect incoming rockets.

Gantz also announced that Israel’s Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon has asked the defense industry to start working on a new version of the K-tEST system.

Gazan told The Times that he expects that the new system will become available in 2021.

“It is expected that it will be in the hands of our soldiers in 2020,” Gagan said.

“In 2021, we will deploy it.”

Yaalon said in a statement that the military would continue to work on developing a new system, including new radar technology.