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TTI would like to extend to our friends, partners and valued clients our best wishes for a successful 2012.

Some Recent TESS Enhancement Activity


TTI has introduced the imaging infrared missile engagement analysis product SAAM(IIR) into the Tactical Engagement Simulation Software (TESS) product lineup:

 

SAAM(IIR): PASSIVE IMAGING INFRARED HOMING SURFACE-TO-AIR AND AIR-TO-AIR MISSILES


SAAM(IIR) is a physics-based simulator designed to evaluate and assess the effectiveness of infrared (IR) countermeasures (IRCM) against the latest generation of imaging IR seekers. The simulator models the closed-loop engagement and interactions between a maneuvering aerial target platform (fixed or rotary wing) equipped with IR flares (standard, propelled and distributed) as self-protection against up to two surface or air launched imaging IR guided missiles. The aircraft’s IR signature is user-defined by either specifying a radiant intensity profile for each source (fuselage and up to four engines) as a function of wavelength and aspect angle or by specifying individual/group surface properties (temperature, emissivity) of a 3D model. The missile’s imaging IR seeker supports generic tracking algorithms based on target size, peak power, total power and average centroid location. The missile includes a user-selectable one or two color seeker with proportional navigation guidance system. Customizable IR counter-countermeasures (IRCCM) algorithms such as two-color discrimination, intensity ratio change and line-of-sight (LOS) rate change are built-in to the imaging seeker model. The propagation environment includes user-defined IR attenuation characteristics and background radiant intensity signature, which can be imported from a third party package such as MODTRAN. The IRCMs can be employed against all search, acquisition and track modes of the missile seeker.


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EWIndia

Shephard Electronic Warfare Conference India 2012 – Bangalore, India

 

The technical paper Expendable CM Effectiveness against Imaging IR-Guided Threats, authored by Tactical Technologies Inc, will be presented by TTI’s India representatives, SSPL of Hyderabad at EWCI 2012, February 21 to February 24.

EWeurope

Shephard Electronic Warfare Europe 2012 – Rome, Italy

 

Electronic Warfare Europe 2012 is being held May 9 to May 11 in Rome, Italy at Palazzo Dei Congressi.  Please visit us at our booth.


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