Israeli RAFAEL will supply Litening-5 and RecceLite systems to equip Leonardo's M-346FA light combat aircraft. This is the first integration of 5th generation EO pods to Leonardo's M-346FA platform
Leonardo has signed a contract with the Japan Radio Company to provide Mode 5-capable Identification Friend/Foe (IFF) equipment for four platforms operated by the Japan Ground Self Defence Forces (JGSDF). Leonardo will provide its IFF Mode 5 M426 LPI Interrogator and SIT2010 Crypto Applique products, ensuring that the JGSDF are ready...
The US Army has moved Lockheed Martins pod which will aid in sensing electronic spectrum while providing jamming capabilities, to build and evaluation phase. The Consortium Management Group (CMG)/ Consortium for Command, Control and Communications in Cyberspace (C5)
Elbit Systems announced today that it was awarded a $103 million contract to supply comprehensive Electronic Warfare (EW) suites for an Air Force of an Asian country. Elbit Systems will fit the customers helicopters with complete EW suites, including countermeasure systems
The Russian Forces have managed to incapacitate combat drones and intercept radio networks using their latest Electronic Warfare (EW systems) during an exercise held recently. “EW units of the Eastern Military District worked out the suppression of radio networks and unmanned aerial vehicles of a conditional enemy using the latest radio...
Turkeys success against Syrian regime armor during its ‘Operation Spring Shield in February can be attributed to the effective use of electronic warfare (EW) and the deployment of lightly-armed drones that crippled tanks, armored cars and air defence systems. “We can say that the Spring Shield was a battle between ASELSAN-produced KORAL and the Russian REDET EW systems besides counter EW elements located in Hmeymin Air Base and Idlib,” Hakan Kılıç, a military aviation and defense industry researcher and author, was quoted as saying by Ankara based
Raytheon was awarded a $403M System Demonstration Test Articles (SDTA) contract with the U.S
Raytheon completed the first power generation flight test of the Next Generation Jammer Mid-Band (NGJ-MB) which will create its own electricity to jam enemy radars The U.S
Hughes Network Systems LLC announced the demonstration of advanced hardware technology that facilitates interoperability between different SATCOM systems and services. The terminal solution features a software agent with an autonomous selection of modem, satellite and service provider
UK-based Horizon Technologies released the first images of its Xtender technology Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) module mounted on a small rotary-wing UAV. UAV testing is being conducted in order to address customer requirements for small UAV-based Sat phone SIGINT (Thuraya, ISatPhone Pro and Iridium networks)
Raytheon has been awarded two contracts worth US$600 million from the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency to develop data automation, analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities for the NGA Janus program. The contracts go toward the Elevation Content and Precise Imagery programs, which are part of NGA's Janus initiative to give greater interchangeability between agency partners with access to NGA data and imagery
Zala Aero, a Kalashnikov Group subsidiary, has demonstrated a satellite navigation signal suppression for for drones at the Interpolytex-2018 security exhibition in Moscow. "The compact module is placed under an unmanned aerial vehicles wing and suppresses signals of satellite navigation systems within a radius of up to 5km, and also blocks the operation of all devices that use satellite navigational systems for navigation," a Kalashnikov statement said