SkyKeeper – the enabler of air defence in the digital age (video)
Brought to you in partnership with Lockheed Martin UK
SkyKeeper is an ‘open architecture' system that is fully interoperable with sensors, effectors and other NATO/allied command and control systems.
Lockheed Martin UK has placed flexibility and multi-functionality at the heart of SkyKeeper's development in response to an increasingly complex air defence landscape.
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