Norway improves surveillance capabilities with Rohde & Schwarz' Heimdall electronic warfare system

During the DSEI 2023 exhibition, the technology group Rohde & Schwarz announced that the Norwegian army has selected this company to supply a comprehensive electronic warfare system known as Heimdall. This strategic decision aims to bolster Norway's surveillance capabilities and improve situational awareness.
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Rohde & Schwarz delivers a comprehensive electronic warfare system to the Norwegian army, enhancing the extent of surveillance capabilities (Picture source: Forsvaret)

Rohde & Schwarz was chosen due to its equipment's reputed RF characteristics, rapid signal processing capabilities, and user-friendly operation. Heimdall is set to provide the Norwegian Army with enhanced information detection, location, and analysis capabilities, thereby strengthening its proficiency in electronic warfare.

Wolfgang Marchl, Vice President of Government at Rohde & Schwarz, underscored the significance of information superiority and situational awareness for mission success. He noted, "Heimdall enables the Norwegian Army to augment its electronic warfare capabilities by facilitating faster and more efficient information detection, location, and analysis."

Rohde & Schwarz is a global technology group specializing in the development, production, and marketing of electronic capital goods. With a wide-ranging product portfolio, its three divisions serve diverse markets and provide solutions for various industries.

The Test & Measurement Division plays a substantial role in the mobile and wireless communications sector, offering a wide range of instruments and systems for testing components and consumer devices. The company serves various industries, including automotive, aerospace, defense, and research.

The Technology Systems Division specializes in providing technological solutions for communications, reconnaissance, and security systems. It caters to armed forces, security authorities, critical infrastructure operators, and manages signal processing from camera output to broadcast transmission through the broadcast & media division.

The Networks & Cybersecurity Division equips businesses and public authorities with secure network infrastructures and products for data transmission, endpoint devices, and cloud services. These solutions aim to safeguard digital information and business processes against cyberattacks.