Raytheon to continue EWPMT development
Raytheon will continue to develop the US Army’s Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool (EWPMT) under a 24 month contract announced on 3 October.
EWPMT is a tool that plans, manages and controls sensors and systems in the electromagnetic spectrum, providing critical information about what is happening in a crowded signal environment.
Raytheon will work on Capability Drop 4 (CD4), which represents the final stage of a fully operating capability - Increment 1. This will include continuing to develop software and the user interface for a more connected, mobile system.
Raytheon delivered CD1 and CD2, and is currently working on CD3, which addresses using the tool in a tactical environment against threats. CD3 also includes all of the functionality of Raytheon's Raven Claw, a mobile version of EWPMT that helps operators control signals in the field without requiring a host server or reliable connection to external data.
Raytheon has been contracted to develop the final phase of the US Army’s Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool (EWPMT) that will offer personnel the ...