BAE Systems’ and SNC’s open architecture sigint technology selected for U.S. Air Force program
The BAE Sytems-Sierra Nevada Corporation team has been awarded a contract by the US Air Force to provide a prototype design for next-generation open source signal reconnaissance technology as part of its high-altitude global open sensor technology program.
The award continues BAE Systems, Inc.’s development efforts to provide full-spectrum awareness and operational intelligence with SIGINT touch design.
“Our SIGINT technology is one of the few on the market designed from the ground up with open architecture,” said David Logan, vice president and general manager of C4ISR Systems at BAE Systems. “We worked closely with the customer community to design our solution in this way – giving the US Air Force the opportunity to easily add new opportunities in the future to counter emerging threats.
Under a contract awarded earlier this year, the team will provide a prototype sensor that gives an idea of the opponents’ actions by collecting and analyzing electronic signals. It will use the radio frequency (RF) spectrum, critical of battlefield superiority, to detect, identify, locate and track radio frequency emissions.
BAE Systems offers a range of adaptive signal reconnaissance products that allow the fighter to deal with emerging and dynamic threats in all phases and areas of battle. The company has more than 20 years of experience in the development of software-defined open architectural SIGINT systems. Our customers have registered more than 100,000 operating hours on our systems. Part of the development of BAE Systems for this contract will take place at its facility in Hudson, NH
SNC pioneers are SIGINT scalable solutions with an open architecture for air, ground and marine applications and is a world leader in electronic intelligence. SNC will operate GHOST in Folsom, California, San Antonio, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.