Airborne Ground Surveillance Radar Systems

Airborne Ground Surveillance Radar Systems

Synthetic Aperture Radar

Synthetic Aperture Radar

Security concerns across the global landscape reinforce the need for continuous awareness of one’s environment. A capability that can provide intelligence imagery anytime, in any type of weather, is critical to enhancing situational awareness and gaining a tactical edge. That capability is Synthetic Aperture Radar, or SAR.


Phoenix-Eye

Phoenix Eye AN/APY-12

In many areas of the world, there exists a need to provide surveillance 24 hours a day, in any type of weather. Lockheed Martin’s day/night all-weather Phoenix Eye AN/APY-12 radar meets this need by providing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance support anytime it is needed.


TRACER

TRACER

High Resolution, Penetrating RADAR Detects, Geo-Locates and Communicates Threats

Ongoing counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations present tough challenges that our forces must face each day. They need surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities that provide a long-term stare at specific geographic locations so they can detect environmental changes, patterns, and asymmetric tactics. With Lockheed Martin’s Tactical Reconnaissance and Counter-Concealment (TRACER), customers have a long endurance surveillance capability for all operational environments.

Additional Information

Business Development
Phone: (303) 249-8783
Airborne Ground Surveillance Radar Systems Team

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202-740-5997

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Lockheed Martin’s radar and electro-optical/infrared sensor systems provide advanced precision targeting, navigation, threat detection and next generation intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. We’ve designed and delivered radars and sensors for every armed service and operational environment. Our space-based solutions collect and transmit imagery and sensor data that informs critical decisions made by national leaders, troops on the battlefield, intelligence agents and emergency responders, as well as the public and private sector.

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