ELT Group Focuses on Land Domain Solutions at Eurosatory 2024

20.06.2024 Europe
ELT Group Focuses on Land Domain Solutions at Eurosatory 2024

ELT Group Focuses on Land Domain Solutions at Eurosatory 2024

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ELT Group is participating at Eurosatory 2024, an international event for Defence and Security, taking place in Paris from 17 to 21 June, with a particular focus on applications in the terrestrial domain. The event is an opportunity to present ELT Group’s latest technological and capacitive developments for applications in the terrestrial domain.

Thanks to its 70 years of experience in the dominance of electromagnetic spectrum in all operational domains (air, naval, land, cyber and space), ELT Group proposes the latest generation of capabilities in the land domain that can guarantee tactical superiority, strategic autonomy and interoperability to the operator, basing these capabilities on new digital processes, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

For example, the multi-domain, multi-layer Cyber Electro-Magnetic Activities (CEMA) capability protects networks and operational assets from cyber attacks through coordinated monitoring, early warning and immediate resolution, through high synergy between radio frequency and cyber capabilities.

In the area of countering mini-micro and small drones, the ADRIAN (Anti-Drone Interception Acquisition Neutralisation) system is a counter-UAV solution capable of intercepting and neutralising LSS (Low-Small-Slow) UAVs in different scenarios and environments, including urban ones. ADRIAN is based on multi-spectral sensors (radar, EO/IR, acoustic and radio link interceptors) that perform data fusion for threat detection and identification. The ‘Cyber RF’ functionality, a complement to the ‘jamming’, ‘radar’ and ‘visual’ modules, has been implemented, making the product capable of effectively detecting and reacting to new and more complex operational scenarios, both military and civil, threatened by new-generation malicious drones.

ADRIAN’s architecture is modular so that it can be adapted to multiple operational requirements and their continuous evolution. The family includes versions for fixed and transportable use, moving configurations and ship integration. A modern and intuitive command and control, powered by artificial intelligence-based algorithms for data fusion and image analysis, functionally integrates multi-spectral sensors/effectors.

TEWS (Tactical EW Solution) is a capability enabled by both Electronic Warfare and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) capabilities composed of networked integrated mobile tactical platforms to simultaneously achieve total protection of the infrastructure and the acquisition of intelligence data to increase the Situational Awareness.

For more than 70 years, ELT Group has been a world leader in Electronic Defense systems. Thanks to innovative management of the electromagnetic spectrum, achieved through proprietary and integrated technologies, today the brand is an international Group with a multi-domain approach that also covers Cyber, Space and Biodefense.

By the experience gained through participation in major European Defense programs including Eurofighter Typhoon, FREMM, PPA, today ELT Group is present in more than 30 countries in the world with more than 3,000 systems supplied, and also participates in the project for the sixth generation avionics platform GCAP (Global Combat Air Programme).

ELT Group is headquartered in Italy, but has a presence in 11 countries located on 3 continents through sales offices and companies of strategic importance and local law in Germany and Saudi Arabia.

Also part of the ELT Group are CY4GATE, which specializes in Cyber security and Cyber Intelligence, E4Life, Italy’s first Biodefense company and Solynx Corporation, a US-based technology scouting company.



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