Parsons’ subsidiary QRC Technologies has launched a small form factor spectrum awareness offering called GreenFish.

The latest solution has been designed to help ‘unlock the digital battlespace’ for the US Department of Defense and other global allies.

Parsons noted that GreenFish uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and digital signal processing techniques to disclose hidden insights from radio frequency spectrum observations.

QRC Technologies vice-president and general manager Mark Coleman said: “The moment GreenFish enters the battlespace, it commences fully autonomous detection and measurement of high-speed-high-pulse count signals providing full insights into the complete digital environment.

“GreenFish accelerates the warfighter’s decision-making processes and increases actionable intelligence and mission success by extracting data, pairing it with a swarm of graphics processing units, and using intelligent agents to assemble the fragments needed for rapid mission success.”

The solution comprises AI-based signal processing, low size, weight, and power (SWaP) impact, transferable knowledge base, continuous spectrum sampling and learning, as well as agile emitter detection.

It includes known and unknown signal discovery, alerts to specific signals or signatures, and a three-dimensional (3D) spectrogram viewer.

According to Parsons, a single GreenFish can act as force protection, signals collection, and a lightweight EW system based on configuration.

Last month, Parsons secured a multiple award task order contract supporting intelligence missions from the US Defense Intelligence Agency.