Orolia Defense & Security, working alongside Lockheed Martin, has delivered and integrated the latest Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)-approved M-Code enabled time server into the Army’s Sentinel A4 Radar.
Orolia’s SecureSync M-Code supports modular, open architectures, boosts enhanced resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) capabilities, and improves the resilience of radar systems against existing and emerging GPS threats such as jamming and spoofing.
Lockheed Martin selected Orolia’s SecureSync M-Code as the system’s resilient time and frequency reference solution in part due to its modular, open architecture – the same characteristics that are the cornerstone of the radar’s design – making integration a simple process and ensuring future upgrades.
“As a trusted Lockheed Martin partner, Orolia is proud to support the development of the Sentinel A4, which will be a key asset to our warfighters for decades to come,” said Hironori Sasaki, President of Orolia Defense & Security.
“Making M-Code available now in a readily configurable and scalable form factor is a critical step in advancing our forces out in the field, whether in the air or on the ground.”
The next-generation of U.S. military systems are fortified with M-Code, and Orolia provides M-Code solutions for Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) environments.