Army issues awards for next phase of aerial sensor intelligence modernization


The Army awarded L3Harris and Raytheon phase 2 OTA contracts to develop sensors for the Multi-Domain Sensing System, and eventually, the High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System (HADES).

After zeroing out procurement, Army now finding aerial jammer to be critical enabler for multi-domain operations


ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — After facing procurement cuts last year to the Army’s aerial jamming pod, top officials are pleased with the development efforts and are even looking at the platform to be a key part of the service’s so-called deep sensing priority. “I’m really impressed with the MFEW program that the Army has,” Gabe Camarillo, undersecretary of the Army, told reporters Tuesday at Aberdeen Proving Ground regarding the…

Next phase of Army's HADES aerial intelligence project expected this summer


The Army is expected to move forward on the next phase of a key modernization priority focused on improving aerial intelligence. Dennis Teefy, the lead official on the Army’s High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System, or HADES, told FedScoop the service will take the next steps to optimize sensors within the aerial intelligence program for the emerging threats of near-peer adversaries in the coming months. In June 2021, the Army…