The ARIEL family of Fibre Optic Towed RF Decoys, variants of which have been in service with the Royal Air Force since 1990, provide an effective off-board electronic countermeasure against all modern RF guided weapons, including those employing error cancelling monopulse tracking techniques.
The Aircraft Gateway Processor (AGP) is an Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) controller contained within a single, flight qualified, Line Replaceable Unit. It integrates federated ASE sensors and countermeasures to provide a combined threat picture and prioritised tactical response per the user-programmed Pre-Flight Message (PFM). The AGP is installed by Boeing as aircraft ‘A'-Kit on all new and remanufactured AH-64D/E Apache Longbow...
The BriteCloud Expendable Active Decoy (EAD) is a small active self-contained Digital RF Memory (DRFM) countermeasure for fast jet aircraft that has the capability to defeat the majority of modern and legacy Surface-to-Air and Air-to-Air threat systems. BriteCloud is designed to be dispensed from standard chaff and flare dispensers and requires minimal platform integration.
EWOS (Electronic Warfare Operational Support) is dedicated to delivering EWOS capability. Building on Airborne and Space Systems Division's many years of experience, it takes advantage of the significant operational EW and/or EWOS experience brought by our specialist staff. The team is an integral part of the overall EWOS capability that our Fixed Wing & Operational Support (FWOS) Directorate provides in this vital area of intellectual support...
The Airborne and Space Systems Division has over 40 years experience in the supply and support of advanced antenna systems used on a variety of military platforms. The Company's areas of expertise include satellite ground terminals, airborne satellite communications, guided weapons and electronic warfare. Furthermore, the Airborne and Space Systems Division was the first UK supplier to provide a highly competitive antenna system for commercial...
Helicopter Integrated Defensive Aids System (HIDAS) combines a radar and laser warning receiver, missile warning system and chaff and flares. It is fitted to UK Chinook and Puma helicopters, as well as UK and exported Apache helicopters. Using multi-spectral sensors and pre-loaded intelligence to produce comprehensive tactical pictures of the operational environment, HIDAS rapidly identifies hostile systems and initiates appropriate...
HIDAS, the Helicopter Integrated Defensive Aids System, was developed for and has been proven in theatre on the UK's Apache attack helicopter. HIDAS utilises threat data from multi-spectral sensors, together with a user-defined Mission Data Set (MDS), to produce a comprehensive tactical picture of the operating environment. For the AW159 Lynx, Airborne and Space Systems Division offers the HIDAS-15 variant.
The Miysis DIRCM (Directed Infrared Countermeasure) System provides dependable, persistent protection from IR-guided missiles, including advanced, all-aspect Man Portable Air Defence Systems (MANPADS) missiles.
The Praetorian Defensive Aids Sub-System (DASS) currently installed on the Eurofighter Typhoon, provides protection against air-to-air and surface-to-air threats, by monitoring and proactively responding to the operational environment. It contains Electronic Support Measures, missile warning, on-board electronic countermeasures and towed radar decoys to detect, evaluate and counter threats at maximum range.
The Laser Warning Receiver RALM02/V2 is an improved version of the Laser Warning Receiver RALM02, designed specifically for armoured vehicles and ground platforms to counter the laser threats of present and future scenarios.