New Electronic Warfare Capabilities for Royal Navy

Elbit Systems UK will provide maritime Electronic Warfare (EW) suites to enhance the situational awareness and anti-ship missile defense of front-line platforms and improve their capability to exploit the electromagnetic environment By DA Reporter / 12 Nov 2021

Elbit Systems UK Ltd. has been awarded a contract by Babcock International Group Plc. to provide the Royal Navy with new Electronic Warfare (EW) capabilities under Increment 1 of the Maritime Electronic Warfare System Integrated Capability (MEWSIC) Program. 

The contract, worth approximately $100 million, will be performed over a period of 13 years and will include in-service support. 

Under the Program, Elbit Systems UK will design, manufacture and deliver maritime EW suites comprised of fully digital full-spectrum Radar Electronic Support Measures (RESM) and EW Command and Control (EWC2) systems. These latest generation technologies will enhance the situational awareness and anti-ship missile defense of front-line platforms and improve their capability to exploit the electromagnetic environment. 

“We are proud to be in position to provide such an important capability to the Royal Navy,” said Martin Fausset, CEO of Elbit Systems UK.

“Elbit Systems UK will work with its local partners on developing and delivering these cutting edge technologies, creating high skilled jobs while providing operational sovereignty and freedom of action.”

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