OWT Global and Echodyne announce collaboration
On February 1, OWT Global, a services and solutions provider for C5ISR, UxS and Air Domain Awareness & Defense solutions, and Echodyne Corp, a radar platform company delivering high-performance commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) radars, announced a strategic relationship to develop and bring to market next-generation situational awareness solutions across OWT Global’s portfolio.
Echodyne’s ultra-low size, weight, and power (SWaP) radars offer electronically scanned array (ESA) performance at COTS price points that radically expands situational awareness capabilities across deployed forces and assets. Integrated into OWT Global’s advanced Intelligent Sensing as a Service (ISaaS) platform, the precision radar data improves end-end system performance. The companies will focus on optimizing existing capabilities and expanding these into new applications.
“OWT Global’s vendor agnostic support to our customers enables us to see and use emerging products from across the market and keep pace with evolving requirements,” said Eric Fuller, CEO of OWT Global. “It’s clear to us that Echodyne’s radars provide an accuracy and reliability far beyond existing legacy solutions and enable OWT to bring our customers optimized options to keep pace with the latest threats. We’re excited about the growing partnership with Echodyne and are committed to always staying aligned with the best capabilities for our customers and their missions.”
“As our radars are designed into more mission-critical systems, creating relationships with trusted suppliers is key to our success,” said Eben Frankenberg, CEO of Echodyne. “OWT Global represents deep knowledge of systems and platforms that are being tasked with detecting, tracking, and defeating modern threats like drones. OWT Global’s expertise augmented by best-in-class Echodyne radars is a winning combination for end users.”
Source: OWT Global
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