Ground-based air defence systems protect army and air force bases, land-based fixed assets and mobile platforms from aerial threats such as combat aircraft, attack helicopters, unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), incoming missiles, guided munition, and rockets.
Finding suppliers of ground-based air defence systems
Airforce Technology has listed established manufacturers and suppliers of advanced air defence and command and control systems for air defence networks, critical infrastructure protection systems, and turnkey systems for military forces.
The information available in the download document is useful for strategists, procurement officers, system engineers, air defence systems specialists, technicians, maintenance supervisors, and any other individual involved in the acquisition, operation and maintenance of land-based aerial defence systems.
The download provides detailed information on ground-based air defence system specialists and their product lines, along with contact details to aid your purchasing decision.
Land-based air defence systems for use by ground forces
Air force bases, strategic assets, critical military infrastructures and other land-based mobile platforms rely on layered air defence systems for all-round protection against modern symmetric and asymmetric threats, including small, high-speed aerial targets.
Ground-based air defence systems and solutions designed for use by armed forces include:
- Stationary critical asset protection systems
- Modular multi-mission mobile air defence systems
- Military operations other than war (MOOTW) systems
- Command and control systems for air defence
- Fire control units for air defence systems
- Multi-spectrum sensor netting solutions
- Electro-optic target tracking sensors
- Ground support solutions for military forces
- Tactical and operative air defence networks
Need for sophisticated aerial defence systems
Armed forces need to deploy the most advanced short and very short-range air defence systems to protect their critical assets and troops from fast-approaching and more agile unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and precision-guided weapon systems.
Furthermore, modern self-propelled mobile defence systems protect vital stationary assets, including mechanised forces and convoys of the militaries.