Elbit Systems of America on Wednesday said its subsidiary Sparton De Leon Springs has acquired Logos Technologies, which provides a range of sensors for airborne assets.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. John Marion, president of Logos, will continue to lead the company, which will operate as a subsidiary of Sparton.

“Logos has a deep technology portfolio and enjoys significant engineering capabilities that are relevant and synergistic with Elbit America and Sparton,” Raanan Horowitz, president and CEO of Elbit America, said in a statement. “In agreement with Sparton, Logos’ engineers, who possess tremendous software, artificial intelligence, embedded design and optical engineering experience, will support the broader Elbit America portfolio, and broaden Elbit America’s ability to respond to customer requests for solutions that mitigate emerging, ever more sophisticated threats.”

Elbit America acquired Florida-based Sparton De Leon Springs in 2021. The company is a supplier of sonobuoys and other undersea warfare products, and also makes rugged military displays and computers.

“Logos’ technical talent will be invaluable as we pursue distributed maritime operations,” Tracy Howard, president and CEO of Sparton, said in a statement. “In addition, Logos’ production and lab facilities in Northern Virginia and its engineering offices in North Carolina’s Research Triangle offer new geographic markets for our combined operations, where we can attract and employ top engineering talent.”

Logos develops and supplies several infrared and wide-area motion imagery sensors used on aerostats, unmanned aircraft systems, manned fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. It also has experience in advanced analytics and processing of large, multisource datasets in support of defense, intelligence community and homeland security customers.

Texas-based Elbit America is part of Israel’s Elbit Systems [ESLT].