Electronic Warfare

Electronic warfare is used primarily to disrupt, disable, degrade or deceive an enemy’s command and control, thereby crippling the enemy’s ability to make effective and timely decisions, while simultaneously protecting and preserving friendly command and control.

GBL is actively engaged in the research and development of cutting edge electronic warfare applications, including but not limited to computer network operations (attack, defense and exploitation) and Machine Learning Algorithms (MLA). Additional projects include:

  • Intelligent-agent based combat decision aids
  • Self-organizing network-centric applications
  • Cognitive flight path re-planning
  • Joint Strike Fighter Mission Planning Environment Common¬†Order of Battle Component

More specifically, GBL offers EW related services in the following areas:

Supports Multiple EW Future Naval Capabilities (FNCs)
  • Intelligent Collaborative Engagement (ICE)
    • Collaborative Electronic Attack (CEA) Enabling Capabilities
    • Supports Manned and Unmanned Collaborative EW Platforms
    • Coherent Net-Centric Spectrum Attack
  • Reactive Electronic Attack Measures (REAM)
    • EA-18G Electronic Warfare Capability for Agile and Adaptive Emitters
  • Efforts include use of Intelligent Agents, Artificial Intelligence, and MLAs
  • Phase III SBIR contract Electronic Combat Decision Support System (ECDSS)
  • Supports Automated Electronic Warfare Battle Management (EWBM), Jam Effectiveness Assessment, Situational Awareness Displays and Decision Support Advisories
EW Threat Modeling
  • Develop Software for the OneSAF Army Application for Advanced Threat Simulation
  • Develop Software for the Navy Next-Generation Threat System (NGTS)
  • Effort involved working with Threat Simulation Management Office (TSMO) Huntsville, and NAWCAD Patuxent River