Northrop Grumman is presenting an array of next-generation global security capabilities at the ongoing ADEX. Featured at the company stand are next-generation autonomous systems to include Global Hawk, Fire Scout and the optionally piloted Firebird.
“Northrop Grumman has been delivering innovative products and services to support the security needs of South Korea for decades,” said Dong Ha, chief executive, Northrop Grumman South Korea. “We remain committed to our long-standing partnership with the Republic of Korea and are excited to demonstrate our capabilities to attendees at Seoul ADEX this year.”
Northrop Grumman’s autonomous systems provide advanced C4ISR capability, battlefield awareness and situational understanding, which can help to advance South Korea’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities while protecting regional interests and national security.
The Global Hawk is an autonomous high-altitude long endurance system, while the MQ-8C Fire Scout is the US Navy’s next generation autonomous helicopter and the optionally piloted Firebird product line delivers unprecedented multi-mission flexibility to meet critical ISR mission needs. Northrop Grumman is also offering logistics sustainment and modernization solutions to improve life cycle affordability and potentially increase mission readiness of platforms for the Republic of Korea.
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