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Systems & Products

RADAR, SONAR, SHIPS

Naval Countermeasures

RF, MW and Fast Signal Processing

Solution Client
SNA 2000 CAVOUR ACTIVE SONAR SYSTEM Selex
EMPAR Radar Phased Array Selex
Project M.A.R. (Missile Attack RIB) Sigma

Helicopter ADVANCED Rear CREW Trainer

Winch Operation Training Facilities (MISE 808)

Search and Rescue scenarios with Virtual and Augmented reality

Agusta Platforms: AW 139, NH 90

Main training activities:

Other support activities:

  • Search and Rescue
  • Winch operation
  • Machine Gun operator
  • Rear Cabin Sensors operator
  • Pilot Flight Simulation
  • Copilot (optional)
  • Instructor Operator Station
  • Planning and Debriefing

ANTICOLLISION RADAR

X Band PHASED ARRAY DOPPLER RADAR Anti Collision

  • MISE 808 Turbo propeller project
  • Detection of slow moving target.
  • 64 RX/TX elementary
  • Generic Radar Simulator

GROUND SUPPORT: AUTOMATIC TEST STATION

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS, TRAINING AND A.T. E.:
(for clients such as: Leonardo, ELT, A.M.)

  • AVIONIC  U/VHF TRANSMITTERS: RADIO BRIDGES, SWITCHING CENTERS, CYPHER-CRYPTO Systems
    • Technology transfers to foreign countries: Abu Dhabi, Algeria, Turkey, Egypt, Denmark, Finland, Holland, Spain, India
  • AVIONIC SUBSYSTEMS TEST STATIONS
    • Hardware and Software Design
  • Tools for Decision support to Client and Air Force for TLC analysis

SHORT RANGE MAN PORTABLE GROUND SURVEILLANCE RADAR (GSR) 

Man-portable Ground Surveillance Radar is a lightweight all-weather battlefield FMCW radar operating in the X band. It is usually used by soldiers to acquire and engage targets in bad visibility or at night. It is capable of detecting, recognizing and tracking Single Person, Small Vehicle/Water car, Large Vehicle/Tank Water craft, Low Flying Helicopter and slow moving fixed-wing aircraft. The radar threats display can be overlaid with a map grid. The complete radar weighs not more than 25 kilograms.

The rotating patch antenna can be mounted on either a tripod on the ground or an elevated mast, the latter fitted to the dedicated Vehicle arranged for the purpose. The radar can uses both rechargeable dry batteries or vehicular power and commercial power supply (220 volt, 50 Hz). It is a man-carried and it can be accommodate in two different packs, each not exceeding 25 Kg.+ tripod. The radar can be set up in under five minutes. An additional day / night camera man portable can be added and integrated with the radar at the purpose of record the radar scan target through dedicated interface SW resident in FULLY RUGGED NOTEBOOK.