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Alliance Air Ground Surveillance

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NATO Alliance Air Ground Surveillance
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  • 1.
    • Guillaume Payre – Sciences Po Paris
    • MIDS = Multifunction Information Distribution
    • Eurofighter = EADS + BAe = UK Typhoon + GER + IT + SP (+ Greece + SAUDI ARABIA)
    • SCALP Storm Shadow = MBDA= UK + FR + IT
    • AWACS = Airborne Warning And Control System (Boeing)
    • /JSTAR = Surveillance Target Attack. Radar System
    • /AGS = ‘Alliance’ Air Ground Surveillance
  • 2. Why an AGS is NEEDed ? Speed of Processing Information Has Grown Exponentially Operations per Second (FLOPS) 1993 60 billion 6 x 10 10 2000 4,000 billion 4 x 10 12 2005 280,000 billion 2.8 x 10 14
  • 3. Increase in Communications Capacity Operation Year Megabytes/Second Desert Storm 1991 99 Iraqi Freedom 2003 3,200
  • 4. Aircraft Sorties to Destroy a Fixed Target World War II 1000-2000 Vietnam 20-50 Desert Storm 3-4 Kosovo, Iraq > one target/sortie
  • 5. WHO is in charge ?
    • FRANCE (Thales)
    • +GERMANY (Airbus)
    • +BELGIUM NETHERLANDS (EADS)
    • +SPAIN (Indra)
    • +ITALY (Galileo Avionica)
    • +.+ + U.S.A. (Northrop Grumman)
    • = all NATO members (80 firms)
    • BUT NOT GREAT BRITAIN* & CANADA
  • 6. Aircraft Inventory in EUROPE airforces (estimates) OLD ‘ Conventional’ NEW F-16, Rafale Eurofighter, Gripen, JSF Unmanned UAV+UCAV 2003 ~1,900 ~160 0 2009 ~1,600 ~400 ~400 2015 ~1,100 ~800 ~700 2021 ~300 ~~1,000 ~900
  • 7. Plane A 321 Propulsion Weapons Sensors Communications 10 – 20 years 5 – 15 years 8 – 10 years 3 – 8 years 2 y 1 y ,5 y Technologies dramatically different cycle times IT Components IT software

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