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First Step in More Comprehensive Growth Strategy

Following the downing of a Russian Air Force Ilyushin IL-20M (NATO reporting name Coot) Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) gathering aircraft by a Syrian NPO Almaz S-200 (NATO reporting name SA-5 Gammon) high-altitude Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) battery on 17 September (analysis here), more details have shed light on the possible cause of the aircraft’s demise. Did the P-14 radar accompanying the Syrian S-200 battery have an IFF interrogator able to receive IFF transmissions from the Russian IL-20M? (Photo: Jeff Wode)

Were faulty IFF protocols to blame for the loss of a Russian IL-20M over the Mediterranean?

Customers Require More Tightly Integrated Approach to Software Development

Approved by US Strategic Command for Expanded Operational Use

Device Now Has GPS L5 and GALILEO E5 Simulation Capabilities

The loss of a Russian Air Force plane to Syrian air defences raises questions regarding friendly fire and combat identification

Initial Project Focused on APCs

Hybrid Adaptive Network for Broadband Connectivity

Machines That “Understand and Reason in Context”

Deal includes Air Defence C2, Training and Logistics

$55 Million for Cubic Subsidiary

Land 1508 Project Greyfin

Land Forces 2018: Solving Land 200, 75, 125

CEA built the CEATAC dual band radar as part of a contracted Risk Mitigation Activity (RMA) to provide the radar for Australia’s new NASAMS air defence system being procured under project Land 19 Phase 7b. The version on display at Land Forces Asia is fitted to the back of a HAWKEI 4x4 vehicle from Thales Australia. (Photo: Tim Fish)   

CEATAC dual band radar exhibited for the first time

The Integrated Battlespace Telecommunications Network (IBTN) being delivered to Australia under Project Currawong JP2072 Phase 2b could secure significant export orders. According to Boeing Defence Australia (BDA), which is contracted to provide the battlespace communications network, there is interest from the US Army, British Army and New Zealand Defence Force.

Boeing Defence Australia contracted to provide the battlespace communications network

Completes deliveries for Release 1 under Australia’s Project JP 2072 Phase 2b

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