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Lockheed introduces Henosis prototype

9th March 2018 - 13:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Lockheed Martin’s Cyber Solutions division has developed Henosis, a joint integrated cyber mission system prototype, to compete for the US Air Force’s Unified Platform contract, the company announced on 6 March.

The Henosis prototype is designed to incorporate and integrate cyber effects into multi-domain air, land, maritime and space operations. Comprising a system of systems, it functions as a command and control battle management visualisation tool that coordinates defensive and offensive cyber operations, and cyber ISR.

Henosis allows operators to gain access, develop their operational mission requirements and build a customisable application package to execute their specific mission.

Deon Viergutz, vice president of Cyber Solutions, Lockheed Martin, said: ‘We completed an in-depth engineering analysis with our prototype and over the next year, we will combine our framework with the mission modules to demonstrate a capability to execute both defensive and offensive cyber missions.

‘With the right weapon system in place via the Unified Platform, the cyber mission force can rapidly and effectively exploit the convergence of cyber and electronic warfare – such as radio frequency, infrared and radar – to truly change the 21st century battlefield.’

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