According to the Israel-based technology company, the four-year contract is valued at $548m.
Further details about the country and delivery have not been disclosed.
The combat networked capabilities are aimed at increasing operational effectiveness, decision-making, and interoperability across platforms and systems.
Under the terms of the contract, Elbit Systems will deliver an integrated solution that consists of ELBIT TIGER-X networking middleware, and a TORCH-X based suite of airborne, land, and ship-borne command and control applications.
The company will also provide the customer with modernised waveforms and various E-LynX Software Defined Radio systems with airborne, vehicular, handheld, and shipborne configurations.
The programme will see co-development efforts and the transfer of knowledge to help the personnel adapt to the new technology efficiently.
Elbit Systems president and CEO Bezhalel (Butzi) Machlis said: “We witness a growing recognition by armed forces of the essentiality of digitisation and the capability to conduct interoperable multi-domain operations, especially in light of the lessons learned from recent conflicts.
“This significant contract award to execute a military-wide, networked warfare programme further validates the leading position we hold in the growing areas of C4ISR and multi-domain networked warfare.”
Elbit Systems has been offering networked warfare programmes to Switzerland, Israel, the UK, Sweden, and Canada, among others.
In April this year, Elbit Systems ’ Interim Combined Arms Virtual Simulation (Deployable) ICAVS(D) entered service with the British Army after the completing acceptance tests.