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BAE Systems to Highlight IRCM and Aviator Situational Awareness Expertise at AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition

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BAE Systems to Highlight IRCM and Aviator Situational Awareness Expertise at AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition

BAE Systems to Highlight IRCM and Aviator Situational Awareness Expertise at AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BAE Systems will showcase its full range of capable, reliable and adaptive solutions for the Army Aviation team at the Army Aviation Association of America’s Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn., April 17- 20.

In addition, BAE Systems will conduct press briefings on three of its significant programs during the AAAA event. BAE Systems briefings will include:

Boldstroke™ Proposal for U.S. Army’s CIRCM program. Boldstroke™ -- a directable infrared countermeasures suite designed to protect aircraft from infrared-guided missiles and other evolving threats will be featured by program manager John Kobzik. In a CIRCM competition among many bidders, when it comes to protecting aircrews in rotory and fixed-wing platforms, experience counts. BAE Systems has invested millions in technology and infrastructure to develop this next generation in aircraft survivability equipment and support capability. BAE Systems has the technology, experience, and commitment to ensure Boldstroke exceeds the Army’s CIRCM requirements.

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, April 19, noon – 1:00 p.m.
 

WHERE:

AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Conference Center, Nashville, Tenn.,
BAE Systems Booth, #140
 

CONTACT:

Matthew Tinkham, BAE Systems
Mobile: +1 603.315.1540

matthew.tinkham@baesystems.com

 

Hostile Fire Indicator flight tests. BAE Systems will describe its work to protect military helicopters from small-arms fire. Program manager Damon Swope will explain the company’s acoustic hostile-fire indicator technology and recent progress in developing an HFI solution for military customers. While most aircraft have missile-warning and countermeasures systems, they remain vulnerable to small arms. BAE Systems’ solution combines acoustic data, noise reduction, and location algorithms with information from existing sensors to provide multiple indications of hostile fire. During recent flight tests, this technology detected and declared, in real time, the location and trajectory of hostile fire from a variety of weapons.

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, April 19, noon – 1:00 p.m.
 

WHERE:

AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Conference Center, Nashville, Tenn.,
BAE Systems Booth, #140
 

CONTACT:

Matthew Tinkham, BAE Systems
Mobile: +1 603.315.1540

matthew.tinkham@baesystems.com

 

Q-Sight family of helmet mounted displays. BAE Systems will conduct a briefing and flight simulator demonstration on its tracked Q-Sight family of helmet mounted displays. Q-Sight’s modular, lightweight design improves flight safety, reduces pilot fatigue and improves situational awareness, day or night. In addition, BAE Systems' flight simulator will also demonstrate low visibility symbology, Active Inceptor flight controls and 94GHZ Brownout Landing Aid System Technology (BLAST).

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, April 19, noon – 1:00 p.m.
 

WHERE:

AAAA Annual Professional Forum and Exhibition at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Conference Center, Nashville, Tenn.,
BAE Systems Booth, #140
 

CONTACT:

Keith Lewis, BAE Systems
Mobile: +1 862.485.2729

Keith.p.lewis@baesystems.com

 

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