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HENSOLDT Radar Systems and Sensor Solutions at IDEX 2023

HENSOLDT TRML-4D C-band (NATO G-band) radar [© HENSOLDT]

HENSOLDT will present its full range of radar systems and sensor solutions for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations at IDEX 2023.

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Press Release, Taufkirchen, 14 February 2023 : One of HENSOLDT’s core competences is detecting threats and protecting end users. At IDEX 2023, HENSOLDT presents its broad range of sensor solutions for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations as well as sensors to improve the safety and operational effectiveness.

“We are interconnecting all essential sensor technologies to provide our customers with information superiority at any time,” said Russell Gould, Head of International Business Development at HENSOLDT. “We thus create the basis for decisions of political leaders and military commanders, while also contributing to the success of a mission and protecting armed forces in operations.”

HENSOLDT is well-represented in the market for radar systems, optronics, and electronic protection systems. The TRML-4D is the latest member of its C-band (NATO G-band) radar family. It is designed to be used as a remote-controlled mobile unit for effective ground-based air defence and is already field proven. As a software-defined sensor system, it caters to future viability and flexibility in operation.

The COBRA Counter Battery Radar is designed to detect small cross-section targets across the entire battlefield and can also classify ammunition types and firing modes. In less than 2 minutes, more than 40 six-gun batteries can be located and reported to a higher command. In parallel to the battery location function, COBRA can be tasked to perform friendly fire registration. The radar is contained in a single cross-country wheeled vehicle assuring high mobility with rapid deployment and decamp times.

Quadome is a dual-mode, multi-mission surveillance radar for naval air- and surface-surveillance, providing naval forces and maritime security authorities with unprecedented situational awareness and extremely short reaction times. It features state-of-the-art technology and is software-defined, thus being a future-proof solution with an extended operational lifetime. Quadome builds on the reputation and track record of HENSOLDT’s naval tactical radar family, which has been very successful and has sold over 100 units over a 25-year timespan. Equipped with the latest technology, Quadome provides rapid response and high precision, at an excellent price-performance ratio.

HENSOLDT will also be showing its ARGOS-II HD multi-sensor gimbal for use in airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions. It can be equipped with high resolution HD infrared and daylight cameras in addition to laser rangefinders and laser designators.

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