“Alion’s vast knowledge and thorough understanding of the Navy’s sensor requirements and systems engineering, data fusion techniques, and AI/ML expertise, will accelerate Minotaur capability integration into current and future platforms,” said Alan Dietrich, Alion Senior Vice President and General Manager. “Our expertise in developing and integrating ISR, EW, sensors, cyber, and AI to seamlessly address critical national priorities is driven by our desire to advance technology and innovation to respond to rapidly changing needs.”
Alion’s goal is to develop the next generation of advanced systems, such as airborne mission processors, mission management systems, multi-function active sensor radars, and Electronics Intelligence (ELINT) systems, Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) Systems, Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Systems, and Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) systems for use in Navy, DoD and DHS platforms. Integration efforts include cyber security and information assurance hardening of Minotaur software and integration across multiple sensors including electro-optics, radar, communications, signal intelligence systems, and electronic support measures systems.
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