Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Mercury Systems applauds BAE on successful ARTISAN 3D naval radar program milestone

USA: Mercury Systems Inc. has applauded BAE Systems Maritime Services on achieving a critical program milestone with the recent successful installation of its Advanced Radar Target Indication Situational Awareness and Navigation (ARTISAN) medium-range 3D naval surveillance radar on the HMS Iron Duke Type 23 frigate.

Mercury's Application-ready subsystems (ARS) comprise the signal processing element of the ARTISAN system.

ARTISAN 3D radar is a leading-edge, maritime medium-range radar (MRR) designed to improve the performance of the Royal Navy's primary sensing capability, particularly when operating in a complex littoral, or shoreline, environment.

The UK Ministry of Defense chose BAE Systems' ARTISAN 3D radar as the next generation of MRRs for the Type 23 frigates, amphibious ships and the new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.

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