Numerica Spyglass Radar Selected to Support US Army C-sUAS HEL Prototype Program



Using its unique Ku-band phased array and radar data processing technology, Spyglass enables high-precision detection and tracking of small UASs in a compact form factor. MIMIR C2 software enables intelligent integration of radar with other sensors and systems to provide high performance, autonomous command and control capability that maintains mission performance even in degraded environments.

“Our team is truly delighted to have the opportunity to help accelerate the development of C-sUAS HEL prototype systems with our Spyglass radar” Nate knight, vice president of air and missile defense at Numerica, said. “We developed Spyglass exactly for this type of application, and we look forward to next year’s demonstrations with RCCTO, Liteye and the other program partners to put this capability in the hands of the American fighter.”

The RCCTO-led program will demonstrate C-sUAS HEL prototype weapon systems for the defense of dismounted, maneuver and fixed / semi-fixed sites that will be operated at the brigade level. The plan is to integrate these prototype systems into Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control (FAADC2) to provide a holistic “All Sensor, Right Shooter” concept to counter UAS Groups 1 and 2. The demonstrations will address a range of combat environments and will allow the incorporation of soldier contact points throughout the program.

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