ISI integrates Legacy SAM Systems with Command Centers for the Romanian Air Force

ISI has successfully implemented the integration of Romanian Air Force's Legacy Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) Systems with respective Air Defense Command Centers. The incorporation of such a capability was a requirement resulting from Romania’s NATO membership and the need to integrate its national assets into the greater NATO Air Defense Network.

The successful implementation of this project demonstrates ISI’s in-depth know-how and mature technology in enabling Legacy Air Defence Missile Systems to be seamlessly incorporated within NATO's Air Defence Network.

The Tactical Data Link capability provided, is based on ISI’s Universal Link System (ULS) product. The ULS is a versatile Multi-link Gateway and is in service, in various configurations in several countries around the world. The ULS can host multiple network links, Link 11 (TADIL A), Link 16 (TADIL J), IJMS simultaneously as well as multiple combinations of NATO Link 1, Link 11B (TADIL B), ADTL-1 and JREAP.

ISI is engaged in the design, development, integration, installation, testing, and follow-on support of software intensive Tactical Command, Control and Communications Systems (C3I), Data Link and Interoperability Solutions and Simulators for C3I Testing and Training purposes.

With a large number of systems in operation or under contract in more than 12 countries around the world, ISI has firmly established itself as a global provider of Tactical Data Links and Command & Control systems.


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