The World’s Most Powerful and Versatile Radar
Keeping You Safe at Home and Abroad
Always on and always safe
Can be repaired and maintained while in operation – shut down not required
Can be configured for various applications - from relatively small for small ships to very large applications
Rapid and efficient insertion of new capabilities and threats without requiring hardware changes
See How SPY-7 Outperforms Any Other Radar System
SPY-7 Is the Backbone of Multiple Defense Systems on Land, Air & Sea
SPY-7 is a scalable radar that can protect against ballistic missiles and anti-air missiles. This technology can protect warfighters and citizens at sea, ashore and around the world, through programs like Aegis, Aegis Ashore, and LRDR.
SPY-7 provides several times the performance of traditional SPY-1 radars – it can detect, track, and engage sophisticated ballistic missile threats, including multiple threats at once.
SPY-7 Is the Most Adaptable and Capable System Available Today and Into the Future
Superior Radar Capabilities
Has the ability to detect, track, and engage sophisticated ballistic missile and advanced air threats
Engages multiple targets simultaneously with proven interceptors
Modular and scalable software defined digital solid state radar
Royal Canadian Navy: Canadian Surface Combatant Program
Spanish Navy: F-110 Frigate Program
Government of Japan
Aegis System Equipped Vessel (ASEV) Program
United States Government
Interoperable with other radars and platforms
Fully compatible with the Aegis Combat System
Solid state solution meets the need now
Provides the most technically advanced capabilities warfighters require
World's latest technology selected worldwide
Lowest life cycle costs
Naval Combat Systems
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Situational Awareness and Radar Programs
(Q-53, LRDR, HDR-H, APY-9, TPY-X, TPS-77 MRR, TPS-77, FPS 117, TPS-59)
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The World Keeps Changing. We Design Systems That Change With It.
As technology grows and adversaries become more sophisticated, naval dominance, missile defense and nuclear deterrence must evolve to meet these new threats.