Discover how the adoption of open source software for military projects and software reuse can be differentiators providing strategic and tactical advantages on the battlefield.
TRS-4D radar finishes factory acceptance test
The TRS-4D radar for LCS is a rotating version of the Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) fixed panel TRS-4D radar currently going aboard the German F-125 class frigates. It combines mechanical and electronic azimuth scanning to achieve fast generation of target tracks. The radar's AESA technology delivers increased sensitivity to detect smaller targets with greater accuracy, as well as faster track generation to give LCS more time to react to advanced threats and support enhanced weapons systems.
Airbus Defense and Space radars have been aboard LCS since the programme's inception, with the TRS-4D's predecessor, the AN/SPS-75 radar, installed on each Freedom variant LCS from LCS 1 through LCS 15.
TRS-4D radars for LCS 17 and LCS 19 have already been delivered.
How Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are Becoming the Critical Enablers for JADC2 (webinar)
Just how are the US and its allies employing recent advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data fusion to make sense of the noise and help military commanders make better decisions faster?
The promise and massive advantages of AI has led to doctrinal shifts and reimagining of systems and approaches for militaries around the world.
Introducing Shephard Studio’s Artificial Intelligence on the Battlefield podcast, sponsored by our partner Systel.
Canada urgently needs to modernise its C2 architecture to enable the seamless exchange of data across domains and with allies.
Amber CubeSat combines maritime domain awareness data with information from stationary and mobile towers.