Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

Using ISR expertise to foster successful technologies and techniques

The role of persistent intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) has become more critical to our military due to the need to counter increasingly stealthy threats more effectively and within a compressed timeline. Dynetics has extensive experience in the evolution of threat systems including targets that utilize stealth technology and otherwise use Camouflage, Concealment, and Deception (CC&D) techniques. We specialize in comprehensive processing, analysis, and dissemination of parametric data related to both threat emitters and sensors. Dynetics uses multi-domain ISR expertise to foster successful technologies and tactics for U.S. military and intelligence operations.

Dynetics has developed various innovative techniques to handle the high volume of data required for modern radar systems analysis. We provide advanced electronic intelligence analysis, as well as unique methods to analyze and visualize data required to understand the signals and the radar systems using these signals.

At Dynetics, our extensive understanding of radar and surface-to-air missile systems guides our innovative approach to SIGINT analysis and Next Generation Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming Database (EWIR) System (NGES) support. Our vast knowledge of signals, threat systems, and users' data requirements allows us to provide high-quality solutions for intelligence information management and unsurpassed support in ISR processes. We are committed to supplying our vital expertise to customers, ranging from the scientific and technical intelligence community to the operational user of intelligence information.

Dynetics has supported various ISR sensors on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) ranging from the POP-300 used by SHADOW to miniaturized payloads used on the RAVEN UAS. Increasingly, the platforms must not only support their traditional ISR roles, but also become integral to novel weapons systems concepts. Dynetics has addressed not only sensor performance issues, but also network protocols which are necessary to ensure that targeting information is transmitted in a timely and effective manner. Effective use of UAS sensors for ISR and target acquisition requires appropriate man-machine interfaces on the ground. Dynetics has helped extend the state-of-the-art for image processing that optimizes the image display used by operators to find and engage targets.

Dynetics is committed to processing, analyzing, and disseminating ISR data that revolutionize defense operations in the U.S. military.