The main screens for the Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool or EWPMT, Program Manager Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PM EW&C) main system for processing electronic warfare effects. The EWMPT provides the initial integrated Electronic Warfare System (IEWS) capability by coordinating and synchronizing operations across the Army Intelligence, Operation and Signal staff sections within the command post from Army battalions to the joint task force level.

Army spectrum-sensing technology to help units avoid detection

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The Army is improving situational awareness of the electromagnetic battlefield by developing spectrum-sensing capabilities that provide Soldiers with greater awareness of their own radio emissions

Soldiers currently cannot “see” their own radio emissions within the radio frequency spectrum, putting them at risk of detection by adversaries. The Army’s spectrum awareness effort provides intuitive graphic overlays that enable Soldiers to visualize the energy emitting from their radio frequency systems, said Jonathan Lee, an engineer with the ....More

The C5ISR Center is exploring ways to ensure critical data and services remain available to geographically dispersed Soldiers in its next generation of expeditionary command posts.

Army addresses data, services continuity for next generation command posts

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The U.S. Army is exploring ways to ensure critical data and services remain available to geographically dispersed Soldiers in its next generation of expeditionary command posts. .... More

As the sun heads toward the horizon, two UH-60 Black Hawks and a CH-47 Chinook prepare to land at Forward Operating Base Connolly. Army Futures Command and the U.K. Ministry of Defence are partnering to develop capabilities that will enable information sharing for improved allied aircraft survivability during joint operations.

U.S. Army, U.K. strengthen allied aircraft survivability

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) and the U.K. Ministry of Defence are partnering to develop capabilities that will enable information sharing for improved allied aircraft survivability during joint operations. ...More

C5ISR Center electronics engineers Joseph Vitale (left) and Pablo Ruiz train Soldiers on the Hybrid Power System during Maneuver Support, Sustainment, and Protection Integration Experiments (MSSPIX) 2020 at Fort Pickett, Virginia, on Sept. 15, 2020.

Army advances battlefield power systems for mobility, efficiency

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The U.S. Army is hosting a virtual workshop to expedite the development and integration of situational awareness tools Sept. 29 – Oct. 2. ... More

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