NARS - Air Defence Command & Control System

Advanced Air Defense and Surveillance Command and Control System to satisfy the operational needs of a modern Air Force

NARS is a modern and advanced Air Defense & Surveillance C2 System covering the wide spectrum of operational requirements of modern Air Forces, by providing the following main components:

Air Control Center

• Executes control of all air missions within a designated geographical area

• Provides threat evaluation and target ranking functions, determines best weapons solutions, performs Air and SAM mission assignment, control and coordination for all offensive, defensive & support missions within the allocated Performs Airspace management, air policing and air traffic control responsibilities within the designated area

• Receives tasking from the National, Air Operations Center, via Air Tasking Orders (ATO), Air Control Orders (ACO) and other relevant directives

 

Recognized Air Picture Production Center

• Produces the Recognized Air Picture (RAP) data within its assigned area of responsibility managing its subordinate surveillance assets

• Disseminates the resulting RAP data, including Land, Maritime and Electronic Warfare information

• Manages allocated Air Force assets in accordance with orders and priorities in response to requests from users for additional or improved RAP data

Sensor Fusion Post

• Develops a Local Air Picture (LAP) through the fusion of data from all available sensors and forwards the data to the Recognized Air Picture Production Center

• Reports on the status and performance of subordinate sensors

• Performs remote sensor control for controlling sensor detection and responding to ARM and ECCM threats

Key Features

• Modular and scalable tailored to customer’s specific needs
• Generation of the Common Operational Picture through sensors fusion and Data Link integration
• Networking with Higher Echelons (receives and process tasks)
• Protection of user sensitive data (databases populated by the user)
• Support of Allied Operations
• Unlimited number of system’s operators
• Internal and external Voice Communication System (VCS)
• External radio remotely controlled capability
• Tactical Data links

Operational Advantages

• Timely reaction to multiple threats in various battle theaters simultaneously, due to optimization of means and threat intercept
• Significant reduction in threat reaction time
• Timely presentation of all required information to commanders and operators
• Automated scramble orders
• Effective and expedient planning process due to operational data collected from Air Force’s HQ Planning Center and field units
• Comprehensive Air Force’s resources management, allowing for timely detection of problems during mission planning, accounting for battle readiness and resources competence
• Extended capabilities for dynamic resources-to-mission allocation
• Optimal Use of Airspace (civil/military)
• Reduced Life Cycle Costs
• Reduced Personnel Requirements
• Sovereignty