Cassidian presents at IDEX 2011 a full range security solutions dedicated to the Middle East region

 

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IDEX 2011
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
Abu Dhabi
, United Arab Emirates
20 - 24 February 2011
 
Cassidian at IDEX 2011
 

Thursday, 24 February 2011, 11:15 PM

 
Cassidian presents at IDEX 2011 a full range security solutions dedicated to the Middle East region.
 
 
Cassidian, the new name of former EADS Defence & Security, will show at its booth 08-B10 a range of security solutions dedicated to the Middle East region.
     
Cassidian's answer to this challenge is DOME (Defence Of Mission-critical Entities) – a system to protect critical infrastructure wherever it may be, such as protection of oil and gas platforms, harbours, military and civil camps etc. The core of this system is the operations centre, which takes care of data fusion, evaluation and the decision support. A mix of sensors appropriate to the scenario needs is used for surveillance of ground, air and coastal assets and provides relevant data to the operations centre and the associated responder assets.
DOME (Defence Of Mission-critical Entities) – a system to protect critical infrastructure
     

Cassidian is a market leader in the area of cyber security with experience of protecting the most sensitive and complex of networks, particularly in the area of Critical National Infrastructure. Cassidian's strength in this area lies in its ability to build a cyber security system, integrating best of breed products, and providing the policies, procedures and above all trained and capable staff to ensure that cyber threats are effectively countered before they can cause serious harm.

 
DOME – Cassidian's answer to global threats
As our world becomes more global, critical infrastructures are increasingly interconnected and vitally dependent on each other for their efficiency and resilience. Therefore, the failure of one element of CNI has consequences potentially far beyond its national boundaries: protection of such infrastructure and resilience of critical services are therefore global challenges.
Cassidian's answer to this challenge is DOME (Defence Of Mission-critical Entities) – a system to protect critical infrastructure wherever it may be, such as protection of oil and gas platforms, harbours, military and civil camps etc. The core of this system is the operations centre, which takes care of data fusion, evaluation and the decision support. A mix of sensors appropriate to the scenario needs is used for surveillance of ground, air and coastal assets and provides relevant data to the operations centre and the associated responder assets.
     
In the field of air defence, the TRML-3D surveillance and acquisition radar sets new standards. Due to its sophisticated signal processing, the radar is able to simultaneously deal with more than 400 targets even in difficult littoral environment. High mobility, short set-up time of about five minutes and outstanding cross-country performance in difficult terrain add to the capabilities and survivability of the radar.
TRML-3D surveillance and acquisition radar
     
Latest-technology sensors for security, air defence and missile protection
On display is TRGS Sec (= Tactical Radar Ground Surveillance, Security), a high-performance ground surveillance sensor for the automatic detection, identification and classification of objects on the ground, at sea targets and low-flying air targets. It was developed for the particular requirements of security scenarios and has its primary fields of application in border security systems, as well as in the context of the protection of critical infrastructures. It is based on the new AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) radar technology, which enhances the radar's performance so that one AESA radar can replace several conventional radars.

In the field of air defence, the TRML-3D surveillance and acquisition radar sets new standards. Due to its sophisticated signal processing, the radar is able to simultaneously deal with more than 400 targets even in difficult littoral environment. High mobility, short set-up time of about five minutes and outstanding cross-country performance in difficult terrain add to the capabilities and survivability of the radar.

Maximum protection for helicopters and wide-body aircraft provides the Airborne Missile Protection System (AMPS). It is an autonomous system, primarily designed for the stand alone operation on platforms without a complex electronic warfare suite onboard. It consists of a small number of components, does not need any interface to the aircraft's avionics and is controlled by one single display and control unit. Thus, AMPS is perfectly suited for retrofit programmes of legacy aircraft.

     
On display is TRGS Sec (= Tactical Radar Ground Surveillance, Security), a high-performance ground surveillance sensor for the automatic detection, identification and classification of objects on the ground, at sea targets and low-flying air targets. It was developed for the particular requirements of security scenarios and has its primary fields of application in border security systems, as well as in the context of the protection of critical infrastructures. It is based on the new AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) radar technology, which enhances the radar's performance so that one AESA radar can replace several conventional radars.
TRGS Sec (= Tactical Radar Ground Surveillance, Security) ground surveillance sensor
     
UAV Tracker
As a precondition to information superiority, Cassidian pays specific attention to information gathering. One example in this field is its light surveillance and reconnaissance UAV Tracker. It gathers, in day/night conditions, short-range high resolution image with secured real-time processing. The system relies on an advanced image exploitation and mission control ground segment. It offers unrivalled performance, including exceptional flight stability, thanks to its twin booms and engines, which also provide a high level of redundancy and resistance to high winds. Tracker is the high-end solution for battlefield surveillance.
 
 

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