Two NATO countries buy Patria ARIS electronic intelligence (ELINT) system

Source: Patria

Patria has signed two agreements to supply the Patria ARIS electronic intelligence systems (ELINT) to European NATO member countries. With the agreements, customers will have access to the latest version of a high-performance signal intelligence system tailored to the needs of the countries in question.

 

The electronic intelligence system Patria ARIS enables its user to gather information about signals from radars and other radio transmitters used by the opposing party.

 

 

Patria ARIS system can be used to detect, locate and identify radars and military systems using a radar. The customer can use the system to generate detailed identification information based on radar signals, which is vital in the modern electronic warfare battlefield.

 

 

The ARIS system utilizes the latest receiver and signal processing technologies to ensure that even the most advanced threats do not have the ability to hide in a disrupted or congested signal environment.

Patria ARIS system consists of a sensor network, servers gathering situational picture and user interfaces that enable centralized operation or remote access, including all the software needed for operational use. Patria supplies each customer with a customized total solution, from antennas to signals intelligence databases, and offers support and updates for the entire lifecycle of the system.

 

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“Patria ARIS system is a long-used and highly polished product that provides excellent usability and accurate intelligence in a situation where the capabilities of electronic warfare determine success on many fronts. We are proud to provide two new customers with the latest version of the system and supporting services,” says Executive Vice President Jukka Holkeri, Global Division at Patria.

 

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