Liteye Systems, Inc.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. Counter-unmanned aerial system (CUAS) provider Liteye Systems has entered into a follow-on contract worth $2 million with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to provide service and support for deployed CUASs.
Numerica announces Spyglass, a new 3D radar for C-UAS & short-range defense missions - Press ReleaseFebruary 22, 2021
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (Feb. 18, 2021) — In response to gaps in the short-range air defense radar market, Numerica, a leader in designing and deploying best-in-class defense technology, announces the development of a new U.S.-made, 3D radar solution for Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) and other short-range defense missions – introducing Spyglass Short Range Surveillance Radar.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Our five most popular McHale Report podcasts for 2020 hosted by editors John McHale and Emma Helfrich featured guests from National Instruments, Liteye Systems, Pentek, and two guests from Mercury Systems on topics such as artificial intelligence for electronic warfare, the end of Moore's Law, the defense industry's response to COVID-19, counter-UAV advancements, and the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium. Check them out below.
PODCAST: Counter-UAV advancements pull from commercial innovation to dominate the spectrum - PodcastOctober 15, 2020
Counter-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) systems are pivotal players on the electromagnetic spectrum. In this podcast, Emma Helfrich, guest host and associate editor with Military Embedded Systems, talks with Ryan Hurt, vice president of business development at Liteye Systems, to discuss the C-UAV systems that equip the U.S. Army. Helfrich and Hurt cover the Electronic Warfare (EW) capabilities, like radar and sensors, that power C-UAV systems and further the idea that innovation is dependent on data processing and intelligent algorithms to reduce the sensor-to-shooter timeline and protect the Army from aerial threats.
Efforts to dominate the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) in the military arena are moving forward as manufacturers develop innovative technologies to find actionable needles in the crowded electromagnetic intelligence haystack. Cognitive capabilities, artificial intelligence (AI), and similarly cutting-edge developments have opened a new chapter in electronic warfare (EW), and so too has the need to keep pace with adversarial advancements.
Centennial Colorado — Liteye Systems, Inc, is a world leader in Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (CUAS), radar and surveillance sensor packages, ruggedized thermal cameras, and helmet mounted displays with over $100M in services and products provided to the US Government. With recent success and growth, Liteye is pleased to announce the addition of David Olszewski who will lead Business Development efforts comprised of our US Navy and Maritime Solutions.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. Liteye Systems has launched a counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) solution that it calls the Trailer Anti-UAS Defense System (T-AUDS), an on-the-move or fixed-site C-UAS package that the company says is able to detect and defeat radio-frequency-controlled and silent flight drones while mobile and then transition quickly to static mode.