NGC at AUSA Global Force Symposium

01.04.2015 North America
NGC at AUSA Global Force Symposium

NGC at AUSA Global Force Symposium

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Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) is highlighting key defense capabilities during the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Global Force Symposium, taking place March 31-April 2, at the Von Braun Center. The symposium theme is “Win in a Complex World”.

Northrop Grumman is featuring capabilities to help the Army maintain a competitive overmatch against potential adversaries:

  • The Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS) is a revolutionary command-and-control system developed to deliver a single, unambiguous view of the battlespace. IBCS significantly enhances aircraft and missile tracking and improves the ability of combatant commanders and air defenders to make critical decisions within seconds.
  • The Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) program is helping the Army transform tactical logistics with enterprise resource planning. GCSS-Army will provide a single system to deliver near real-time and highly accurate data for anticipating, allocating and synchronizing the flow of resources for missions and sustainment.
  • A Northrop Grumman-developed aircraft-mounted airborne communications pod combined with the company's Freedom™ multifunction, software-defined radio system serves as an aerial gateway to create an advanced tactical network. This network bridges and extends data and voice communications, including among disparate users and different datalinks; enhances situational awareness to the tactical edge; and enables a more fully connected digital battlefield.
  • Remotec's rugged and dependable hazardous duty robots provide safety to our warfighters and first responders by keeping danger at a distance. Two Remotec unmanned ground vehicles will be on display: Andros Titus™, the newest and smallest member of the Andros™ line and an upgraded Andros™ F6B, the workhorse for military, explosive ordnance disposal teams, hazardous materials units and other first responders around the world.
  • The Highly Adaptable Multi-Mission Radar (HAMMR) provides comprehensive situational awareness to protect the fighting force from current and emerging threats. HAMMR incorporates an Active Electronically Scanned Array fighter radar mounted on a ground vehicle or towable trailer to provide continuous 360-degree protection while operating on-the-move.
  • VIC-5 is an integrated intercom system that supports internet protocol communications to soldiers on the battlefield. The system is the successor to AN/VIC-3, which has been proven on more than 100,000 U.S. ground vehicles. VIC-5 is also backwards compatible with VIC-3, ensuring a simplified transition to enhanced capabilities.
  • Common Infrared Countermeasures (CIRCM) is a lightweight and highly reliable laser-based countermeasure system that is designed to integrate and operate with legacy and emerging missile warning systems for rotary wing, tilt-rotor and small fixed-wing aircraft across the military services.
  • The AN/APR-39D(V)2 is a radar warning receiver and electronic warfare management system designed to maximize survivability by improving aircrew situational awareness via interactive management of all onboard sensors and countermeasures.

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