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Army Releases RFI for ISR Systems

ArmyChopperThe U.S. Army’s intelligence and information warfare directorate is seeking information about third-party intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems from various organizations.

The Army Contracting Command issued a request for information on Oct. 1 seeking data of software-defined ISR technologies for the I2WD.

The Army is interested in ground moving target indicator radar, dismount moving target indicator radar, synthetic aperture radar, inverse synthetic aperture radar, electronic support measures, electronic attack and radio-frequency target location capabilities.

I2WD also wants new modes for mononstatic, bistatic and multi-static systems.

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