The U.S. Navy has tested a Raytheon-built integrated intelligence technology onboard an experimental vessel as part of the military branch’s Stiletto Maritime Technology Demonstration Program.
Raytheon combined its Persistent Surveillance System Cross Domain Solution and Intersect Sentry analytics tool into a single platform intended to support joint and coalition operations at sea, the company said Wednesday.
Bob Dehnert, director of command, control and awareness at Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services business, said the technology is designed to help military users automatically share data when they conduct surveillance missions.
PSS CDS is built to gather classified and unclassified information from multiple sensors, while Intersect Sentry is designed to generate alerts based on intelligence, senor and reconnaissance data.
Raytheon said both tools worked to offer naval users a common operating picture during a recent demonstration held at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in Virginia.