16 Juni 2015

Finmeccanica – Selex ES to Provide Sage Electronic Warfare System to Indonesia

16 Juni 2015

This is the first time that the SAGE ESM has been chosen for a fixed-wing maritime patrol requirement. It will be used by the Indonesian Air Force for maritime patrol missions
Finmeccanica – Selex ES to provide SAGE electronic warfare system to Indonesia (image : Selex)

-SAGE can identify and geolocate RF emitters, from a single platform providing situational awareness and intellingence
-The system will be integrated onto an Indonesian Air Force CN-235 aircraft

-SAGE has been developed for easy integration on any platform types including helicopters and Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems

Finmeccanica – Selex ES has signed a contract with US-based prime contractor Integrated Surveillance and Defense Inc. (ISD) to provide a SAGE 600 digital Electronic Support Measure (ESM) system for the Indonesian Air Force. The system will be delivered in September for integration onto a maritime patrol mission system for an Indonesian Air Force Airbus CN-235 aircraft.

SAGE is an electronic warfare system for RF intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. It passively collects emitter data from RF sources at a tactically significant range, compares them with an emitter library and then identifies and geolocates any threats.

This is the first selection of SAGE for a fixed-wing maritime patrol requirement. The system has been designed with flexibility in mind, allowing ease of integration onto a wide range of aerial vehicles – from fixed to rotary wing, up to unmanned aerial systems – and has previously flown on a number of other platform types including the Schiebel CAMCOPTER® S-100 remotely-piloted air system. SAGE is in use with the UK MoD and has been provided to the Republic of Korea as part of a package of electronic warfare equipment for the country’s Maritime Operational Helicopter (MOH) programme.

SAGE is part of Selex ES’s portfolio of advanced electronic warfare capabilities that range from individual sensors to fully integrated defensive aid suites, all backed up by the company’s dedicated Electronic Warfare Operational Support (EWOS) facility.


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