Israeli firm BIRD Aerosystems is demonstrating the integration of its Radar Control and Display (RCD), Mission Management System (MSIS) with HENSOLDT’s PrecISR1000 radar at the ongoing ADEX. The company has developed the control interface for the PrecISR Multi-Mode Radar Family, using RCD and MSIS.
“Designed by the most experienced mission operators, BIRD’s RCD and MSIS reduces the operator workload and enhance the operational experience of our customers,” says Ronen Factor, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Founder at BIRD Aerosystems.
“BIRD Aerosystems provides turn-key solutions that are specifically tailored for the needs of each customer, and we are honoured that HENSOLDT has selected BIRD to develop the control interface for its PrecISR Multi-Mode Radar Family,” he adds.
The RCD and MSIS reduces mission crew workload, by using state of the art algorithms and an easy to use, intuitive, human-machine interface. This enables the crew to efficiently perform detection and classification of only relevant targets. Data from the PrecISR radar is collected and processed by BIRD’s MSIS.
This information is then automatically classified, prioritized and the relevant information is clearly displayed along with additional information from the other onboard sensors. The innovative RCD and MSIS are part of BIRD’s portfolio of patented cut- ting-edge solutions.
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