Northrop Grumman in Poland

IAMD Battle Command SystemIAMD Battle Command SystemARCIMSAN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR)Highly Adapable Multi-Mission Radar (HAMMR)

IAMD Battle Command System

IAMD Battle Command System

ARCIMS

AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR)

Highly Adapable Multi-Mission Radar (HAMMR)


Northrop Grumman is committed to delivering capabilities and services that meet Poland’s defence needs and requirements. We are also committed to working cooperatively and collaboratively with the Polish government and industry to deliver advanced, capable solutions that reflect our mutual commitment to enabling the coalition force and to NATO and Polish national security.

Major Programs and Initiatives Include:

IBCS: Any sensor; best shooter.

The Polish government is modernizing its armed forces, and has selected the state-of-the-art Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Battle Command System (IBCS) to serve as the centerpiece of its modernization strategy for air and missile defence capability. The foundation for the U.S. Army’s air and missile defence force, Northrop Grumman’s IBCS will deliver the most advanced and capable C4I system for IAMD in Poland. Our approach to integrating sensors, weapons and command and control (C2) tools is transformational. The truly open-system IBCS developed for the U.S. forces delivers the ultimate sensor and shooter agnostic integrated environment. Operating as the C2 nerve-centre for air and missile defence systems, IBCS also takes the common operating picture to new levels and provides unparalleled flexibility for different operations and future upgrades.

Why IBCS:

  • Interoperable: The state-of-the-art IBCS will ensure Poland interoperability with U.S., NATO and coalition forces.
  • Scalable: IBCS enables more flexible defence designs so that smaller forces can be deployed while increasing protection areas.
  • Open: IBCS’ scalable, open architecture allows efficient integration of multiple, disparate sensor/weapon types. Individual sensors and weapons can be acquired as components of a network on as-needed/as-available basis.
  • Affordable: IBCS allows cost-effective integration of current and future sensors and weapons to defend against an ever increasingly complex threat.
  • Capable: IBCS offers cutting edge technology and an affordable path to enable Polish air and missile warfighters to be the most capable in the world.
  • Secure: Northrop Grumman is a leading provider of cyber solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense, intelligence community, federal/civil agencies and allied nations around the world. As a recognized leader in cyber resilience solutions, we have been focused on cyber capabilities for IBCS since the beginning of development.

For more information:

  • Read the datasheet (in English and Polish)
  • Learn more about IBCS’ history of performance (English and Polish)
  • See the many features and functionality of IBCS (English and Polish)
  • Visit the IBCS site
  • View our video below about how IBCS is a paradigm-shifting system of systems for air and missile defense (in English and Polish)

Other Capabilities

AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR: One tool; many missions. A high performance, multi mission Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar that has a demonstrated ability to detect, track, and provide 360 degree engagement quality information across a broad spectrum of threats including fixed wing aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles, Tactical Ballistic Missiles, unmanned autonomous systems, and rockets, artillery and mortars. For more information, click here

HAMMR: Survivability and mission flexibility. Northrop Grumman’s Highly Adaptable Multi-Mission Radar (HAMMR) features a compact, lightweight ground based application of the AN/APG-83 multi mission AESA airborne fire control radar; the AN/APG-83 is in Full Rate Production for the U.S. DoD and multiple international customers. For more information, click here.

AQS-24B Minehunting System: Advanced Capabilities/Performance Meeting the U.S. and International Navy's Current and Future Minehunting Challenges. Northrop Grumman has three decades of in-fleet airborne mine countermeasure experience with 31 systems fielded. For more information, click here.

Longbow: The Longbow Fire Control Radar and its weapons counterpart, the radar-guided, "fire and forget" Longbow Hellfire missile, enable the potent Apache attack helicopter to detect, classify and prioritize ground targets day or night, in poor weather and obscured conditions; then attack those targets with pinpoint accuracy from ranges that safeguard the lives of the aircrew. For more information, click here.

Short Range Air Defense (SHORAD): Northrop Grumman’s SHORAD capabilities protect U.S. and allied forces from a wide range of manned and unmanned air and missile threats. Our capabilities utilize sensors, weapons, and command control to acquire, track, verify, engage and defeat incoming threats and are built on an open systems architecture that enables integration of a variety of sensors and solutions to defeat current and future threats. For more information, click here.


Northrop Grumman in Poland

Tony Housh
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