Terma introduces T-OPS
Terma has developed a new configurable honeycomb Electronic Warfare (EW) software structure called Terma Operational Software (T-OPS) as part of NATO Defensive Aids System (NDAS) efforts, the company announced on 28 November.
T-OPS is optimised to allow EW systems to integrate future integrated survivability solutions as the threat landscape evolves.
Terma provides integrated EW solutions for fighter, helicopter and wide body aircraft platforms worldwide. T-OPS acts as the over-arching controller of all EW associated equipment, including sensing and effecting sub-systems, on-board an aircraft.
Under STANAG 8741, the strategy to enable EW solutions to evolve has been mandated, defining standard interfacing criteria for future integrated survivability solutions known as NDAS.
With NDAS-compliant delivered solutions such as the T-OPS structure, NATO aircraft will be able to address the threat landscapes and operational scenarios of today, while being ready for tomorrow’s.
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