A BAE Systems anti-brownout radar is to be flown on a U.S. Army Sikorsky UH-60 testbed to reduce risk in development of a sensor-fusion-based synthetic-vision system for rotorcraft operations in degraded visual environments. BAE’s Brownout Landing Aid Technology (Blast) system is a lightweight, 94-GHz millimeter-wave radar (MMW) derived from the MBDA Brimstone missile seeker. The sensor will be used as a surrogate for an advanced MMW radar being developed under the U.S. Defense ...

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