CACI to Showcase EW, SIGINT Platforms at Navy League Expo

CACI to Showcase EW, SIGINT Platforms at Navy League Expo - top government contractors - best government contracting event

CACI International will display a suite of electronic warfare and signal intelligence technology offerings at an upcoming Navy League event in Maryland.

The 2019 Sea-Air-Space Exposition, scheduled to take place from May 6 to 8 at the Gaylord National Convention Center, will feature CACI's software-based EW and SIGINT platforms, CACI said Wednesday.

The company will demonstrate its SkyTracker system designed to detect and track unmanned aircraft threats, product life cycle management tools and a risk management framework meant to help military sea services protect hardware and applications.

CACI representatives also plan to demonstrate the use of deep learning and multi-intelligence fusion methods to support the warfighter's targeting mission.

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