ITT Exelis to showcase leading defense technologies at Farnborough Air Show

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FARNBOROUGH, U.K., 10 July 2012. ITT Exelis (NYSE:XLS), taking part in its first Farnborough International Airshow since it spun off from ITT Corp. last year, is demonstrating networked communications; sensors; air, sea and ground electronic warfare; composites; air traffic solutions; information and cyber solutions; space and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR).

“Farnborough brings interested customers and partners from all around the world to one location; this is a unique opportunity for us to bring our innovative and ready-now technologies to this large, diverse market,” says  Bob Durbin, vice president of Exelis Government Relations. “A top priority for us is to proactively help our customers by identifying problems and providing affordable, mission-critical solutions. We work closely with our customers and partners to address their evolving needs and today’s global security challenges.”

Exelis is showing its electronic warfare, radar and reconnaissance, and geospatial systems, including:

AIDEWS (Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite) that provides electronic warfare self-protection for a growing number of international F-16 aircraft.

Upgraded electronic warfare system (ALQ-136) providing situational awareness for the AH-64 Apache helicopter.

WAPS (Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance) solutions, offering the real-time collection of imagery and motion imagery to store, access, and disseminate across a broad range of networks.

Aircraft structural composites used in a broad range of military and commercial aircraft.

Coastal surveillance systems that fill gaps between long-range air surveillance radars and short-range tracking radars, ensuring a comprehensive coastal defense surveillance net.

 

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