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Army develops requirements for EW

Aug. 20, 2013 - 03:45AM   |  
By Michael Peck   |   Comments
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The Army’s Project Manager Electronic Warfare (PM-EW) is looking for industry help to develop requirements for electronic warfare capabilities.

A request for information will ascertain industry capabilities to develop advanced prototype aircraft survivability equipment, better countermeasures to defeat radio-controlled IEDs, and improved threat detection. The RFI lists several technologies of interest to the Army, including the Green Hills Integrity Real Time Operating System, the Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator and pointer/tracker integration.

The market survey will lead to a contract to support PM-EW; the Communications Electronics Research and Development Engineering Center’s Information and Intelligence Warfare Directorate, Electronic Warfare Air/Ground Survivability Division; the Project Management Office for Aircraft Survivability Equipment; and other agencies.

“Many efforts are anticipated to be in response to urgent needs; therefore, the ability of the contractor to respond quickly and provide rapid solutions is required,” the RFI states.

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