To protect against tomorrow’s threats, BlueHalo has introduced VigilantHalo–a software driven integration platform for real-time airspace Command-and-Control (C2). VigilantHalo’s design supports multiple missions including air traffic control (ATC), beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS), and Counter-Uncrewed Aerial Systems (C-UAS), says the company press release.
In addition to its national security and National Airspace System (NAS) air traffic control capabilities, VigilantHalo provides a situational awareness solution for disaster response and critical infrastructure defence with radar and multi-sensor surveillance that can be tailored to suit specific mission and application needs and deployed to cloud, mobile, or fixed-site installations.
VigilantHalo provides integrated data processing, fusion tracker, and communications designed to monitor and separate air traffic in any environment and receive critical internal and external system health management. Informed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) mesoscale predictions and weather stations, the system provides weather-based flight path analytics services and identifies potential safety risks. It is powered by a custom-built Sensor Data Processor (SDP) that fuses diverse sensor types and surveillance data feeds into a consolidated display tailored to the mission(s) of interest (e.g., ATC, BVLOS, Air Defense, BMC2, Missile Defense, etc.).
BlueHalo recently revealed VigilantHalo during a demonstration for various military leaders, state officials, and industry partners at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, Indiana. BlueHalo highlighted VigilantHalo’s BVLOS UAS mission controls, detect and avoid (DAA) capabilities, and non-cooperative or nefarious UAS and C-UAS detection and tracking. VigilantHalo was installed within a Nomad Tactical Command Vehicle for the demonstration to showcase its capabilities.
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