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DVE solutions from cutting floor to cutting edge

22nd January 2019 - 14:37 GMT | by Helen Haxell in London

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Data collection from DVE solutions needs to be utilised effectively if military aircraft are going to venture into GPS denied environments, Lockheed Martin has said.

Legacy technologies and systems which have aided DVE missions in the past have not efficiently used the information gathered during flights to build-up the long term intelligence of certain areas.

However, this data can bolster future flights in challenging conditions such as GPS denied arenas, Rita Flaherty, VP of sensors and global sustainment strategy & business development at Lockheed Martin, explained to Shephard.

The company’s Pilotage Distributed Aperture System (PDAS) consists of five or six

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Helen Haxell was Air Editor at Shephard Media, having joined in February 2016 as Editor …

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