Airborne surveillance - Eyes in the sky

An insight into the airborne image sensor market

The predominant requirement of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) is target detection and identification. The radar and electro-optical infrared (EOIR) sensors are key military capabilities for surveillance, reconnaissance, target acquisition, threat warning, and target detection. EOIR sensors offer a complementary approach to radio frequency sensors in the network-centric warfare operations. This surveillance discipline continues to grow in importance with the evolving radar and multispectral technology.

This briefing also features in-depth analysis of the military airborne deployment in the South China Sea region.

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Webinar: Airborne surveillance An insight into the airborne image sensor market.