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Message posted by Smythers (Member since 01/10/2010) on February 27, 2023 at 6:33:10 PST:

For a number of years I've been gently prodding folks to go keep a lookout for UAV with strange skins (as well as laying out the case with works carried out well over 8 years ago now in the grey). Have a read as it is exciting stuff.


“The sensor’s architecture is easily scaled and reconfigurable, including a variety of mounting configurations, for a wide applicability across platforms and domains,” said Krys Moen, vice president, advanced mission capabilities, Northrop Grumman. “By developing EMRIS in an open-architecture construct, we can rapidly add new or improved capabilities to increase performance while avoiding redesign. This supports decades of fielded use and continued access to industry best-in-class capabilities for the warfighter.”

EMRIS’s fully digital Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) utilizes technology from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Arrays on Commercial Timescales (ACT) program combined with government open-architecture standards. By applying the flexibility of a digital AESA, EMRIS can perform functions including radar, electronic warfare and communications simultaneously."

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