India's domestic firm Bharat Electronic Limited ( BEL) will be showcasing indigenously-built network centric warfare (NCW) systems in addition to its R&D capabilities at DefExpo 2014, in New Delhi. NCW solutions for the Indian Navy will include combat management system, which automates tactical data from the ship's sensors to provide decision...
Thales has won a strategic study contract to define the overall system architecture for future network-centric operations by the French armed forces. The study known as ETO AGORA, will build operational scenarios using the various networks to be deployed by 2020–25 to define an interconnection model that ensures effective delivery of...
General Atomics and Northrop Grumman today announced the second successful demonstration of Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper's Electronic Attack capability featuring Northrop Grumman's new Pandora Electronic Warfare (EW) system at the U.S
BAE Systems has won a $39 million contract for more than 300 third-generation (Gen3) systems from the US Army. This order coincides with the fielding of the Gen3 system that includes hostile fire indication to detect and evade small arms fire and new data recording capabilities for detailed post-mission analysis
Northrop Grumman has finished testing on its Advanced Pulse Generator (APG), which represents the next technology evolution for its Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator (CEESIM) product. The APG utilizes high speed direct digital synthesizer (DDS) technology to generate radio frequency (RF) waveforms
Rockwell Collins next generation TacNet Tactical Radio (TTR) has received final National Security Agency certification, clearing the way to bring essential situational awareness to all warfighters through the smallest form factor, standalone Link 16 terminal. “The TacNet Tactical Radio opens up Link 16 networked communications to a wide range of new users and gives warfighters the connectivity they need to successfully complete missions with increased survivability,” said Mike Jones, vice president and general manager of Communication and Navigation Products for Rockwell Collins
Northrop Grumman has successfully conducted a high-fidelity virtual aerial refueling demonstration, networking geographically dispersed flight simulators and providing a realistic simulation of an air-to-air refueling process. The US Air Force Air Mobility Command has pursued integrating the separate systems used today for training pilots, air crews and boom operators to simulate an actual in-flight refueling mission as a way to maintain readiness and reduce costly live flights
Northrop Grumman have successfully demonstrated a warfighter-focused, net-centric battle command system for integrated air and missile defense (IAMD). The US Army demonstration, conducted from Oct
Kongsberg has won a contract to deliver Sea Protector remote weapon stations (RWS) for Royal Norwegian Navy's (RNoN) combat vessels. The Sea Protector is a remotely controlled, fully-stabilised sensor platform and weapon mount, designed to enhances the ability of the host vessel, supporting surveillance- and control missions
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is evaluating a number of TCOM aerostat systems to assess their airborne persistent surveillance capabilities for border patrol operations. TCOM has supplied 17M and 22M tactical class aerostats and 38M operational class aerostats to DHS for assessment in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, according to Shephard
Cassidian has been selected by German Armed Forces in order to upgrade their identification systems to NATOs new “Mode 5” IFF standard. Germany is taking the pioneering role in the modernisation of all NATO identification systems, whose task is to differentiate between friendly and enemy aircraft and thus to reduce the risk of friendly fire
General Dynamics has received a contract from the U.S