Danish systems and sensors house Terma has launched a new configurable ‘honeycomb’ electronic warfare (EW) software structure for airborne self-protection systems.
Known as T-OPS (Terma Operational Software), the new software structure is designed to promote high-end interoperability across the airborne self-protection ‘ecosystem’ by enabling incremental upgrades and responsive adaptation around a common T-OPS core.
T-OPS has been developed to meet future operational needs, specifically the standard interfaces laid down in NATO STANAG 4781. STANAG 4781 promotes an open architecture NATO DAS (NDAS) system to support the integration of sensors and countermeasure systems onto operational platforms to address fast evolving challenges to air platform survivability.
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