The ANV-211 DME/P (Distance Measuring Equipment Interrogator/Precise) is designed to receive accurate distance information from DME/P Transponders and standard distance information from conventional DME/N Transponders.
Drako K5 is an electrical quad-rotor unmanned aerial system (UAS) capable of autonomous and semi-autonomous flight, where it can hover to provide monitoring information. The on board tilt video cameras allow day and night operation and make Drako K5 particularly suited for civil as well as commercial/industrial aerial video and photography applications.
The ANV-241A is an integrated, Multi-Mode Receiver which provides a world-wide precision navigation, approach and landing capability. It is a cost-effective, state-of-the-art solution for avionics upgrades and new installations.
The ANV-353 single unit Doppler Velocity Sensor (DVS) is an improved variant of the Doppler Sensor ANV-351, which was originally designed by Security and Information Systems Division for the installation on the AgustaWestland A-129 anti-tank helicopter and now in service with the Italian Army.
The ANV-801 is the core element of a multi-sensors navigation system for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft applications. It maximizes aircrew efficiency by replacing multiple control layouts with a single, easy to read and manage unit.
The CM107E is a multiprotocol digital voice/data crypto device for airborne, naval and land tactical applications. It operates in narrow or wideband modes, interconnected to radio vectors (HF or V/UHF) or wired lines.
LOAM is a state-of-the-art navigational aid system for rotary wing platforms. Specifically designed to detect potentially dangerous obstacles along an aircraft's flight path, it warns the crew in sufficient time to implement effective evasive counter-measure manoeuvres. LOAM works on the laser radar principle using an eye-safe laser beam to periodically scan the area along the flight path and perform a detailed analysis of the returned echoes....
The M42B1 equipment is derived from a family of MkIIA (MkXII + Mode 5) equipment developed under the NGIFF program in order to provide a state of the art IFF capability.
The M425 IFF family represents a new generation of IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) transponders, equipped with encryption capability and TRANSEC features. This family of products has been developed to meet a wide range of IFF requirements for Command & Control.
The Multifunctional Information Distribution System Low Volume Terminal (MIDS-LVT) is the result of a successful international development program between the United States, France, Italy, Spain and Germany. These nations have come together to design, develop, produce and deliver Link 16 terminals that are smaller, lighter, more reliable, less expensive than their predecessors, while retaining full compatibility with Joint Tactical Information...