Avionica e CNI
The Avionics Network Computing (ANC) Platform is an integrated avionic equipment, based on Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) concept, aimed at providing safe and secure communications services and data terminal management functions for manned and unmanned platforms. Based on Internet Protocol (IP) technology, it is also able to provide gateway functionalities for legacy communications systems and audio/video support.
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.
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 Cockpit Mission Display Processor (CMDP) is a high safety avionics computer platform with a powerful embedded graphics capability. It is configured using the base of the standard hardware and layered software modules, both developed by adopting the latest quality standards that make the CMDP certifiable according to DO178B and DO254 level B (optionally level A) and suitable as a main cockpit mission computer.
GAMAS is a family of Acoustic Systems developed to meet the requirements of a wide range of ASW missions for maritime patrol fixed and rotary wing aircraft. The GAMAS family includes the Sonobuoy sub-system for the OTS-90 Sonic System which is operational on the NFH-90 helicopter.
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 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 Airborne and Space Systems Division M426S Electronically Scanned Identification Friend-or-Foe (E-Scan IFF) Interrogator is a state-of-the-art solution, which allows effective exploitation of the new capabilities offered by next-generation AESA radars, such as the Airborne and Space Systems Division Raven.
The M427 Reverse Mode 5 responder is designed to prevent air-to-ground fratricide based on Reverse Mode 5, where interrogations are directed to targets at a specified set of geographic coordinates or within some specified range of distance. Only transponders located within the area will reply.