Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS)

General Dynamics Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS)

ground electronic support & attack system

The Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS) is a dedicated all-weather, 24-hour, ground tactical electronic support and electronic attack system that provides the Commander with options to create multiple dilemmas to a designing enemy by decreasing the sensor to shooter timeline. TEWS will enable a Brigade Combat Team Commander to detect, locate, identify the enemy and will give the Commander the capability to act/react/counter with non-lethal effects by denying, disrupting, and degrading the enemy’s ability to communicate, coordinate, and synchronize.


Innovation For The Future is Now

TEWS will set the foundation for Multi-Domain Operations to facilitate opening windows of opportunity across a myriad of environments. TEWS mobility and modularity allows units to simply shoot, move, and communicate in contested environments and rapidly reposition to establish positions of advantage within evolving tactical situations.

Benefits:

  • Operationally proven solution; U.S. Army SIGINT integrator “gold-standard” since 2009
  • Unprecedented availability and synergy of objective intelligence, both access and processing
  • Delivers electronic support and electronic attack capabilities on mobile and dismounted platforms
  • Mobility and modularity supports rapid repositioning and dynamic EW in rapidly changing tactical environments
General Dynamics TEWS Stryker right side

Platform Agility

TEWS supports stationary, dismounted, and on-the-move, man-pack operations. TEWS is platform independent; a modular system that will enable integration onto any vehicle, including: 

  • AMPV
  • NGCV
  • Stryker
  • Flyer
  • JLTV
  • Non-Tactical Vehicles (NTV)

Current Capabilities

  • Satcom-on-the-Move /Trojan Network
  • Multi-Comms Enclaves
  • Open Architecture
  • Electronic Warfare Targeting (ES/EA)
  • Integrated EWPMT (Raven Claw)
  • EW Support to SIGINT
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)
  • Expanded Signals of Interest (SOI) Capability

Download The TEWS Datasheet

Future Capabilities

  • Support to Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO)
  • Assured-Position, Navigation, Timing (A-PNT)
  • Integration with airborne sensors
    • Multi-Function Electronic Warfare (MFEW-Air)
    • Anerostat and/or balloon
    • Joint Airborne Systems
  • Training Support via IEWTPT
  • Robotics/Autonomous Vehicles employment of sensors
    • Unattended and/or remote ground sensors
  • Extended Range – Tethered UAS