C4iSR: Joint & Common Equipment

UK MoD seeks replacement for vehicle-based Land Environment Air Picture Provision

11 March 2020

The UK Ministry of Defence has issued an initial Invitation to Tender (ITT) for a replacement for the British Army’s vehicle-based Land Environment Air Picture Provision (LEAPP) capability, which was published on the Defence Contracts Online website on 5 March. The value of the contract is up to GBP10 million (USD12 million).

LEAPP provides air situational awareness to land formation headquarters. Integrated with the Saab Giraffe Agile Multi-Beam (G-AMB) 3D surveillance radar, it fuses the local air picture and the recognised air picture (RAP) utilising Link 16 and other tactical datalinks (TDLs), and provides integrated weapon engagement management. The existing solution is based on Lockheed Martin UK’s (LMUK’s) SkyKeeper system and is truck-mounted.

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