AF seeks display systems

The Air Force's Electronic Systems Center is looking for information on air surveillance and control systems that use off-the-shelf operating system software and computer hardware.

The system must generate and display real-time data that may include primary and secondary radar plot data, radar track data, flight plan data and other airspace management information. The system also must have automated capabilities that support aircraft guidance and control and be able to exchange data with other installations or similar systems. Responses are due by Sept. 14. Contact Jim Donahue at jim. donahue@hanscom.


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