Fast Jet Sensor Fusion Training
Fast jet platforms are a core capability of a national Air defence strategy, but carry a high investment burden over their operational lifetime.
Knowing how to extract maximum performance from your investment increases your capability and military superiority. This is achieved through training.
A factory-installed mission system has default settings which can be modified for every mission flown, to deliver superiority.
The usefulness of the data displayed for decision making by the pilot is a balance between its volume, accuracy and the speed of data delivery to the cockpit. The data has to be reliable in order for the pilot to have confidence in it when making critical decisions.
Giving the pilot the advantage
War-winning advantage is in the pilot, not the platform. Sensor fusion training should be part of an operational training plan for pilots and engineers flying new platforms and in-service fast jets.
We have the facilities and tools to deliver the training that equips your pilots and engineers to improve their performance by tailoring their mission system for maximum efficiency.
Training is a rare opportunity for mission data engineers and pilots to share their experiences and have open discussions about their platform, the on-board sensors, missions, and desirable outcomes.
Classroom work helps them understand the trade-off between data accuracy and clarity of data displayed in the cockpit.
Data timeliness and clarity
Modern fast jet platforms are factory-fitted with a range of sensors which feed data to the pilot, such as radar, electronic surveillance, electro-optic – for example, thermal & infra-red, cooperative and non-cooperative identification (modes 1 to 5 IFF), and weapons aiming.
The on-board mission system also manages tactical data link operations for inter-platform communications. The mission system is adaptable and can be tailored for mission and national need.
The critical difference between the as-installed and mission-modified mission system is the timeliness and clarity with which data is presented to the pilot to support his decision to engage a target in accordance with Rules of Engagement (ROE).
Sensor fusion training speeds up threat confirmation, location, prioritisation and targeting by providing clear data to support human decisions.
War-winning advantage is in the Pilot, not the platform. Sensor fusion training should be part of an operational training plan – for Pilots and Engineers flying new platforms and in-service fast jets.