Goodrich Delivers ISR Systems to UK MoD

14 March 2011 (Last Updated March 14th, 2011 18:30)

Goodrich has delivered federated intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data management systems to the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to enhance geospatial intelligence sharing between UK and coalition forces. Under 'Project Attacker', Goodrich's systems will provide the UK arm

Goodrich has delivered federated intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data management systems to the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to enhance geospatial intelligence sharing between UK and coalition forces.

Under 'Project Attacker', Goodrich's systems will provide the UK armed forces with improved capability to share ISR data across the theatre of operations.

Goodrich ISR Systems managing director Sam Macleod said the aim of the project was to allow intelligence sharing of information collected by ISR sensor systems among UK forces on the ground where and when required.

The ISR systems are based on open systems architectures to enable easy integration with a wide variety of existing, ISR and command and control (C2) systems.