BIRD Aerosystems, the leading developer of Airborne Missile Protection Systems (AMPS) and Special Mission Aircraft Solutions (ASIO), successfully delivered to its customer the new generation of its Mission Management system (MSIS) – MSIS V2.0.
The MSIS V2.0 was delivered as part of a comprehensive Maritime Patrol Task Force that includes Multiple airborne and ground assets, all communicating in real time with the central Command and Control (C&C) center.
BIRD’s MSIS is the ASIO Aircraft Mission Management System. MSIS collects and processes vast amounts of sensor information, integrating the intelligence process with aerial surveillance, ground and maritime surveillance, target acquisition, data distribution, and reconnaissance tasks. This information is then automatically classified and clearly displayed, using advance data fusion algorithms with an easy-to-use and intuitive human-machine interface.
MSIS 2.0 mission management system includes a modern, intuitive and user-friendly interface with advanced multi touch-screen technology, multi-language support, and an overall simplified visual design that reduces the operator workload to the minimum and enhances situational awareness. Fielded and operational, the improved MSIS is platform-independent, and requires only minimal training to reach expert level operation.
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