Harris Corp. demonstrates airborne electronic warfare, avionics technology advances at FIA

FARNBOROUGH, England, 15 July 2016. Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) is demonstrating a diverse array of its advanced, ready-now electronic warfare and avionics technologies and solutions at Farnborough International Airshow (FIA), from July 11-15 in the U.K.

Jul 14th, 2016
Harris Corp. demonstrates airborne electronic warfare, avionics technology advances at FIA
Harris Corp. demonstrates airborne electronic warfare, avionics technology advances at FIA

FARNBOROUGH, England, 15 July 2016. Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) is demonstrating a diverse array of its advanced, ready-now electronic warfare and avionics technologies and solutions at Farnborough International Airshow (FIA), from July 11-15 in the U.K.

Imagine flying thousands of feet above land or sea in highly contested areas where airborne and ground-based enemies are hard at work to detect your every move, aiming to strike when least expected. Harris has created electronic warfare technology that makes the visible, invisible ensuring our warfighters can accomplish their mission safely and make operations faster, simpler and more reliable.

Executives from Harris, a top-ten defense company developing advanced technologies for customers whose missions are vital to the world’s safety and security, are at FIA discussing their airborne electronic warfare solutions.

Ed Zoiss, president of electronic systems at Harris Corporation, is discussing the future of open systems for avionics and how Harris is positioned to address rapidly evolving threats. Read an interview with Zoiss online at http://www.intelligent-aerospace.com/articles/2016/07/f-35-and-f-a-18f-flying-at-farnborough-airshow-with-harris-technologies-zoiss-says.html.

Andy Dunn, vice president of business development for electronic warfare, is showcasing Harris’ International Electronic Warfare capabilities. Harris provides international allies the ALQ-211 electronic countermeasures systems for the Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS). The AIDEWS system continues to garner significant interest and is currently fielded with customers including Oman, Chile, Poland, Pakistan, Turkey, and India. Read an interview with Dunn online at http://www.intelligent-aerospace.com/articles/2014/07/airborne-ew-focuses-on-a2ad-and-pivot-to-the-pacific-says-andy-dunn-of-exelis.html.

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