Sensors To Knowledge
General Dynamics Mission Systems electronic warfare products provide users with the capability to quickly detect, identify and track a wide range of signals in the electromagnetic spectrum to deliver the right information at the right time for increased situational awareness.
SignalEye – AI Software for Automated Signal Classification
General Dynamics SignalEye solution provides spectrum situational awareness by automating the classification of signals through the use of machine learning. It provides tactical warfighters and security personnel with a timely, accurate view of the threat in the RF spectrum.
Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program
Ship defense remains a top priority of the U.S. Navy due to the proliferation of advanced anti-ship missiles. Effective ship defense depends on shipboard Electronic Warfare systems for early detection, location and classification of electronic emitters. As the systems integrator for Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 1, our technology enables rapid integration of emerging technologies in anti-ship missile defense and electronic warfare situational awareness.
Fairfax, VA. – General Dynamics Mission Systems will be one of four our business units of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) participating in the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2020 Annual Meeting & Exposition, held virtually October 13 -16.
General Dynamics Mission Systems will be a part of the 2020 Modern Day Marine Virtual Experience to highlight technologies enabling the Marine Corps to meet their evolving readiness and modernization goals.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Ships First Direct Sale ProtecD@R Multi-Platform (KG-204) Units to U.S. Government Unmanned Program
General Dynamics has shipped multiple direct sale ProtecD@R Multi-Platform (KG-204) Data at Rest encryptors to a U.S. government unmanned program to help secure and protect collected mission, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data.