Sat Phones are a key tool for communications which military forces need to monitor and geolocate.
ISR aircraft have a wide range of sensors; EO/IR cameras, SIGINT systems to pick up various radios, and systems to monitor and locate target GSM phones. For every ISR aircraft, one of those key sensors is FlyingFish™ which picks up and geolocates and monitors Sat Phones. As targets tend to use different Sat Phone networks, customers need systems which can monitor a variety of Sat Phone networks in use worldwide.
“Before we started using FlyingFish™, the terrorists could plan an attack within a few days. With FlyingFish™, they have to communicate with pen and paper, and it takes them a month to plan their operations.”
Small, lightweight, and proven airborne SIGINT system to replace FlyingFish™
Fully DO-160 airborne qualified
Monitors Thuraya, ISAT Pro and Iridium networks
Includes software to seamless integration with tactical mission systems
Airborne SIGINT solutions
Horizon Technologies Aerospace solutions geolocate and monitor satellite phone networks for ISR missions.
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