Large Platform ElectroMagnetic Engineering Design Framework: Galileo EME 1.0

Source: IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A.
Large Platform ElectroMagnetic Engineering Design Framework: Galileo EME 1.0

Naval vessels and military aircraft, as well as other military systems, are at risk from weaponry that makes use of radar or infrared targeting systems. To reduce the risk of these threats it is desirable to minimize the radar cross section (RCS) and infrared (IR) signatures to make the platform less visible and therefore to increase the platform’s survivability and its ability to successfully perform its mission.

Assessment, control and management of a platform’s RCS and IR signatures starts at the early design phase with computer aided virtual testing of the design, enabling issues to be identified and resolved before any expensive prototyping or production occurs.

Galileo EME (ElectroMagnetic Engineering) is the IDS solution that provides a dedicated integrated environment for the concurrent design, assessment and mitigation of the radar and infrared signatures of complex platforms (e.g. ships, aircraft, unmanned vehicles, satellites and more). Suitable for large programs (e.g. 1-10 years) where many platform versions have to be analyzed and kept under configuration control. In addition to validated and state of the art modeling tools and professional pre and post-processing functions, it provides multi-user features and data management capabilities through the use of an Oracle DB, which are essential when needing to manage huge amounts of data.

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