Sensors & Electronic Warfare Analysis

Dec 06, 2023
Leveraging cloud-native architectures can help the U.S. military modernize electromagnetic spectrum operations.
Dec 05, 2023
Lockheed Martin’s two electronic warfare pod programs progress toward flight testing and airworthiness certification.
Dec 04, 2023
Most fighter aircraft made in the U.S. are in line to get improved radar warning receivers and self-protection jammers.
Nov 20, 2023
It increasingly seems that the only replacement for the Boeing E-3 Sentry is another Boeing aircraft.
Nov 03, 2023
The fighter needs more cooling system capacity to keep electronics from overheating, but long-term requirements may entail major changes.
Dec 06, 2023
The payloads should be able to find, fix and track maritime ships, with weapons-level targeting accuracy, a request for information released on Dec. 5 says.
Dec 05, 2023
German defense electronics firm Hensoldt is snapping up its domestic competitor ESG for €675 million ($729 million).
Nov 30, 2023
The announcement had been signaled last March when the military declared that P-8A is the only aircraft in production that meets requirements.
Nov 29, 2023
Mergers and acquisitions activity in the C4ISR market has slowed in 2023 compared to 2022, a new Capstone Partners report says.
Nov 22, 2023
The ramp up is taking place at Northrop’s Linthicum, Maryland, facility.
Nov 22, 2023
A request for information calls for data on sensors that could be used on a platform that would operate from at least 60,000 ft. to “exospheric” altitude.
Nov 20, 2023
The UK Defense Ministry says Moscow’s failure to thus far establish an airborne ISR capability in Ukraine has been a “critical flaw” in its invasion.
Nov 12, 2023
Saab is getting ready to fly the UAE's fifth GlobalEye platform as the company sees an uptick in international interest in the business-jet-based AEW aircraft.