Saab unveils updated Sirius passive sensor
Saab has unveiled an updated solution based on its Sirius suite of passive sensor systems for air, land and sea surveillance and signals intelligence gathering, the company announced on 14 May.
Sirius represents a full range of capabilities based on a common architecture and with a domain-specific edge- for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, beyond the scope of individual sensors.
The updated offer begins with an introduction of Sirius land based applications for air and sea surveillance, signals intelligence and ground based air defence.
Anders Carp, SVP and head of Saab business area surveillance, said: ‘Our innovative Sirius suite of passive sensor solutions and data fusion systems enable armed forces and intelligence services to detect and locate signals, turning information into knowledge while remaining undetected.’
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