Exelis Electronic Warfare & Surveillance Solutions at IDEF

06.05.2015 North America
Exelis to show Electronic Warfare & Surveillance Capabilities at IDEF

Exelis to show Electronic Warfare & Surveillance Capabilities at IDEF

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Exelis will showcase a range of electronic warfare, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and analytics as well as carriage and release technologies at the 2015 International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF), May 5-8, in Istanbul, Turkey.

Exelis experts will be present in hall 2, booth 222A, to demonstrate the company’s proven solutions in the areas of electromagnetic spectrum dominance, persistent surveillance and high-performance payload release technology.

“International partners recognize Exelis for our combination of innovation and proven technology,” said Chris Tucker, Exelis Vice President of international business development.

“Our solutions provide cutting-edge situational awareness and protection, enabling mission success for our customers and strengthening joint international capabilities.” He added.

The Exelis solutions showcased at IDEF 2015 will include:

  • The ALQ-211 Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS), which provides advanced radar warning and radio frequency countermeasures for F-16s to defeat sophisticated electronic threats. Exelis is currently under contract to supply AIDEWS pods to the Turkish Air Force.
  • The CorvusEye™ 1500 wide-area airborne surveillance system, which complements traditional video surveillance systems by providing high-resolution, visible color and infrared motion imagery over a city-sized area.
  • The BRU-57 smart twin store carrier, which effectively doubles the payload carriage capability of tactical strike aircraft such as the F-16. The BRU-57 achieves this with minimal impact to the aircraft’s operational flight program and no modification to aircraft hardware.
  • The Lightweight Twin Store Carrier (LTSC), which employs clean, lightweight pneumatic power to help unmanned aircraft safely carry release their mission payloads. The LTSC combines two Exelis BRU-71/A racks, the same system Exelis supplies for the MQ-9 Reaper.


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