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TRX Systems delivers dismount NAVWAR threat mapping

Jul 2021 | No Comment

TRX Systems, developer of NEON® GPS-denied location solutions, has announced the delivery of the TRX Systems Dismount Electronic Warfare (EW) Kit, developed as a U.S. Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) prototype to extend Electronic Warfare (EW) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) for the dismounted warfighter. The TRX EW Kit adds powerful new capabilities to the company’s NEON Personnel Tracker-MIL solution, expanding the integration between the NEON Location Service and the ATAK application to better equip dismount personnel for detection and mapping of jamming and spoofing attacks. New NEON functionality includes:

  • Robust Interference Detection: Rapidly detects and geo-references NAVWAR threats including GPS jamming, repeating, and spoofing.
  • NAVWAR Threat Mapping: Increases situational awareness by geo-referencing and mapping detected threats through integration with ATAK and EW platforms.
  • Reliable Dismount Location Data: Mitigates the impact of NAVWAR attacks by eliminating erroneous GPS inputs while continuing to deliver reliable location data to dismount users.
  • Integration with NAVWAR Devices: Integrates threat data from Orolia Defense & Security BroadSense Nano and other devices already carried by warfighters to provide a fused NAVWAR threat indication.

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