Hensoldt recently demonstrated technology and deployment modes of airborne signal intelligence (SIGINT) to Germany recently. The test flight campaign was conducted at Hohn Air Base in Schleswig-Holstein
Aselsan handed over a new electronic warfare vehicle, Sancak, to the Turkish Armed Forces Command (TSK). “We have delivered the new generation electronic attack system, Sancak, to the TSK, which will provide a significant advantage in the field by neutralizing strategic communication systems,” Ismail Demir, chairperson of the Presidency of Defense...
The Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) awarded Elbit Systems German subsidiary $23 million for the supply of additional Software Defined Radios (SDRs) for the Swedish Armed Forces. The contract will be performed over a period of 30 months
The Russian Ministry of Defense said the military has created a multilayered electronic warfare (EW) network to destroy drones in Syria. "The EW troops continue to successfully carry out special tasks in the Syrian Arab Republic in order to counter the technical means of reconnaissance of illegal armed formations, making a...
BAE Systems will design mechanisms for the U.S
BAE Systems said it has flight tested its Small Adaptive Bank of Electronic Resources (SABER) technology, paving the way for a critical software upgrade to the EC-37B Compass Call, a next-generation electronic warfare aircraft. Teams from both BAE Systems and the U
Turkeys Presidency of Defense Industries (SSB) has launched a new project to equip drones with electronic warfare (EW) capabilities. The Stand-Off-Jammer/Remote Jammer project named IHA SOJ was announced by SSB during a defense industry event held recently,
The French defence procurement agency (DGA) today awarded Thales and Airbus a contract for the new joint tactical signals intelligence (SIGINT) system to upgrade the French forces' critical signals monitoring, direction finding and spectrum analysis capabilities. The 10-year contract will equip the three armed forces with a common information system and set of sensors and is designated a high-impact programme (PEM1), alongside CONTACT and SCORPION, under France's defence spending plan
The French Armament Directorate (DGA) has ordered the first tactical joint intelligence system of electromagnetic origin (ROEM) from Thales and Airbus. The tactical ROEM joint system will be used by the 54th Signal Regiment, the Army's electronic support regiment, on Scorpion vehicles to replace the various tactical ROEM capabilities currently in use, a DGA release said February 5