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Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance have become magic words for modern military operations at a time when superior knowledge really can translate to power. Critical to a mission’s success is the need for the flexibility to collect, process and disseminate in...
Canada is looking to add an airborne ISR capability to its special operations forces by acquiring a number of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft. Four ISR aircraft will be purchased for the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) a...
The global market for airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms and payloads is thriving, with recent assessments pegging its latest value at close to $20 billion and forecasts of up to $43 billion by 2020. Providing a high-end, versatile...
Strategy Analytics attended the inaugural IQPC Airborne ISR and C2 Battle Management event which took place in February (25 - 27 February) to explore the increasing convergence in recent years between ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) and AEW (Airbor...
Douglas Barrie serves as the senior fellow for military aerospace at IISS, the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. In this interview, he describes full spectrum NTISR, or Non Traditional Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, as deployed as...
The role of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) in airborne operations is rapidly evolving and becoming an increasingly mission-critical component for the armed forces as it looks to improve interoperability and situational awareness. Speaking to Def...
Lockheed Martin's UCLASS design proposal. Photo: Lockheed Martin
The emergence of new conflicts in the past twelve months has forced new demands on airborne ISR assets. In response, intelligence chiefs are calling for major changes to spending priorities before these problems become insurmountable…
Coverage of the Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference in 2014 The emergence of new conflicts in the past twelve months has forced new demands on airborne ISR assets, which has led intelligence chiefs to call for major changes to spending priorities...
Colonel David Torres-Laboy, head of project integration for the United States Air Combat Command (ACC), talks candidly about ISR capability gaps, struggling with law makers and limitations to sharing intelligence with allies…
The global market for airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% between 2013 and 2023, despite shrinking military budgets - airborne ISR represents the eyes and ears of modern defence forces, and major...
The global market for airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% between 2013 and 2023, despite shrinking military budgets - airborne ISR represents the eyes and ears of modern defence forces, and major...
The Middle East is a set to be a hub for the intelligence aircraft market over the next decade as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members seek to buy airborne early warning planes and the US looks to establish a centre of excellence in the region.
U.S. Air Force Col. Scott Owens, Theater Battle Control Division chief, discusses battle management priorities with industry partners during a Hanscom Representatives Association meeting in Lexington, Mass. (U.S. Air Force photo by Linda LaBonte Britt)
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