Herzliya, Israel, September 2012 – BIRD Aerosystems
BIRD Aerosystems along with its partners Beechcraft Berlin Aviation and CASSIDIAN (an EADS Company) have presented the ASIO special Mission aircraft solution during the ILA Berlin Air Show.
ASIO is complete airborne special mission solution that enhances maritime and ground situational awareness and is based on the group’s in-depth experience in delivering and operating special mission aircraft.
ASIO is typically integrated on a King Air B350 modified by Beechcraft Berlin and installed with CASSIDIAN airborne sensors (SAR/GMTI Radar, COMINT, EOP, SPS, ELINT) all integrated together by BIRD’s MSIS mission management solution. MSIS integrates and manages the airborne sensors, performs sensor fusion and provides the airborne and ground users with a unified real-time situational awareness picture.
During the show the group had presented a King Air modified for special mission and an operational presentation of the MSIS mission management solution by BIRD that enables to integrate and commonly display the sensor data providing air and ground operators and commanders with a significant advantage in carrying out surveillance missions and finally boosting the overall mission effectiveness.
ASIO brings together the group’s extensive operational experience and in-depth understanding of mission-critical requirements all of which has facilitated the design and delivery of a unique intelligence-gathering solution that can be tailored to meet the most demanding requirements of customers around the world.
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BIRD Aerosystems Ltd. email@example.com+972-9-9579611 ext. 110
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