Scorpius T AESA EW threat simulator debuts at exercise Blue Flag 2021


Israel Aerospace Industries' (IAI) subsidiary, ELTA, unveils the Training Scorpius (Scorpius T) system participating in the Blue Flag 2021 military exercise- the first use of the system in an international military exercise.

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Scorpius T debuts at exercise Blue Flag 2021 01 Scorpius T AESA EW threat simulator (Picture source: IAI)


The mobile, Scorpius T, AESA EW threat simulator,emulates modern, signal-dense, multi-threat scenarios for aircrews and operators training, as well as test EW functions. The system is compatible with 5th generation fighters, mission-aircraft and fighter aircraft. The technology uses a range of small transmitter/receiver units, opposed to a single mechanical antenna, to provide a mobile training unit capable of simulating a range of combat scenarios. In addition, Scorpius T is the first system to combine IAIELTA's AESA technology with EW systems to simulate multiple land-based threats in training exercises.

Scorpius T AESA EW threat simulator is capable of producing an exact RF signature of anysystem, version or mode, to simulate full engagement cycles. The system supports multiple simulation beams simultaneouslywith multiple enemy SAMs and RF systems, and can simulate double- and triple-digit threats. The threat database can be updated to mirror emerging threats based on relevant data. Scorpius T can synchronise with other simulators, ADMI or command and control centers. The system includes a post-mission debriefing function to analyse and improve performance.


Scorpius T debuts at exercise Blue Flag 2021 02 Scorpius T AESA EW threat simulator (Picture source: IAI)


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