Exelis will showcase a wide range of technologies to support the US Army’s critical missions at Army Aviation Association of America (Quad-A) Annual Convention, held from March 29-April 1.
At Quad-A, Exelis will emphasize Disruptor SRx, the newly debuted adaptive, multifunctional EW capability with appropriate size, weight and power characteristics for mission success in a constantly changing electronic environment. The display also includes the ALQ-211 family of electronic self-protection systems.
The family of Electronic Self-Protection systems includes the suite of integrated radio frequency countermeasures that protects Army Special Forces’ rotorcraft from sophisticated radio frequency threats.
Another displayed solution is the Network Electronic Warfare Capability, designed to allow any rotary wing platform to receive and transmit aircraft survivability, situational awareness and threat information as a networked application, enabling the sharing of critical information with multiple platforms simultaneously.
Exelis will also participate in the Association of the US Army (AUSA) Global Force Symposium (AUSA) held from March 31 to April 2. In this event it will feature a range of communications, navigation and situational awareness-enabling technologies.