Textron Showcases Surveillance Solution At Paris Airshow 2017
03:42 PM, June 21, 2017
BIRD Aerosystems, in cooperation with Textron Inc., has displayed a unique surveillance special mission concept at the Paris Air Show in Textrons static.
The concept transforms Cessna Citation CJ4 platform into a sophisticated intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) special mission aircraft with BIRDs field-proven Airborne Surveillance, Intelligence and Observation (ASIO) solution.
BIRD Aerosystems ASIO solution is a complete end-to- end airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) system. ASIO provides decision makers and field commanders with accurate, real-time terrestrial and maritime information. Integrated with BIRDs unique Mission Management System and using the latest surveillance and monitoring sensors, the ASIO solution has become one of the most affordable, reliable and capable Special Mission Aircraft Solutions available today.
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