ASELSAN Ground Surveillance Solutions at SOFEX 2014

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SOFEX 2014
The Special Operations Forces Exhibition & Conference
Amman
, Jordan
6 - 8 May 2014
 
ASELSAN at SOFEX 2014
 
 
Thursday, May 8, 2014 10:12 PM
 
ASELSAN Ground Surveillance Solutions at SOFEX 2014
By Stylianos Kanavakis
Based on its solid footprint in Jordan, with the establishment of the ASELSAN Middle East joint venture with KADDB, the company seeks to strengthen its ties with the Jordanian Armed Forces by offering its border surveillance system. ASELSAN has vast experience in providing turnkey solutions for Coastal / Border Surveillance and Critical Infrastructure Protection and acquired an accepted recognition both from the domestic and international market.
     
Lockheed Martin has showcased at SOFEX 2014 its solution for the protection of critical infrastructureor staging areas, as per the requirements of the IFPC (Indirect Fires Protection Capability) programme of the US Army.
ASELSAN platform/mast mounted EO/IR sensor at SOFEX 2014
     
In the early 2000’s, a mobile reconnaissance system solution was provided for the mountainous region of the Turkish Border. The System consists of primary Sensor vehicles, Command Control and Communication Vehicles, with peripheral units to establish an Integrated System network.

RADAR and Electro Optical Units (thermal imagers, Day TV cameras, etc.) were used as primary sensors, Complementary ground sensors were also integrated in order to increase the effectiveness and coverage of the system. The critical units like the C2 SW, RADAR, EO, communication units were all developed by ASELSAN
     
Lockheed Martin has showcased at SOFEX 2014 its solution for the protection of critical infrastructureor staging areas, as per the requirements of the IFPC (Indirect Fires Protection Capability) programme of the US Army.
ASELSAN radio at SOFEX 2014
     
The system includes the ACAR Ground Surveillance Radar with a range of 40 km and with the detection range for a man being up to 12 km, and the platform/mast mounted EO/IR sensor, which includes a cooled thermal and day cameras, and a laser rangefinder. These systems are integrated with the company’s software, while the voice and data can be transmitted through its range of software-defined radios. Nevertheless, the options for the customers include the integration of various other communication and sensor subsystems.

Besides the successful deliveries to the domestic market, ASELSAN has also introduced the system to the international market. As the system architecture designer and command control software developer for the European Union FP7 Project “TALOS”, ASELSAN has received a recognized reputation with the successful completion of the project in time.
     
Lockheed Martin has showcased at SOFEX 2014 its solution for the protection of critical infrastructureor staging areas, as per the requirements of the IFPC (Indirect Fires Protection Capability) programme of the US Army.
Image: ASELSAN
     
The system has already been exported to the Uruguayan Army, in October 2013, in order to provide mobile Reconnaissance System (ARSLAN), integrated to Government furnished Land Rovers, for the security and surveillance of the Uruguayan Borders. The ARSLAN Reconnaissance and Surveillance Vehicle will consist of C2 SW, ACAR Ground Surveillance RADAR and Electro Optical Systems, developed by ASELSAN and other Power, IT units, telescopic mast, etc. ASELSAN will also provide a Main Command Control SW, to be used in the Operations/C2 Center at the headquarters to provide the users with an extended situational awareness along the borderline.

ASELSAN proposes adaptable and modular system solutions that can be tailored according to the emerging threats, mission requirements and operational scenarios following a detailed analysis of the user requirements. According to the information received from the company representatives, a key approach to success is the logistic support that is being provided to the customers. Throughout the life-cycle of its systems, ASELSAN provides integrated logistic support to guarantee system availability and meet the requirements at all time. Moreover, with the open architecture structure of its systems ASELSAN aims at standardization of products while choosing the system components, seek to decrease logistic support effort by considering the use of existing products in the inventory and strive for interoperability of ASELSAN solution with user’s existing security systems if any available.
 

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