Information overkill means having too much information in too short a time to be able to process it adequately. This is not only the case with the online flood of information but is also experienced by the crews of military platforms: Numerous systems such as radar, optronics or electronic warfare systems generate a huge, continuous amount of data which needs to be monitored and analysed by the crew in a matter of seconds.
As more and more sensors are added to vehicles, information overkill becomes an unsurmountable challenge for land forces. The solution – Ceretron by HENSOLDT. The sensor suite combines sensors, fuses their data streams, evaluates and processes them in seconds and provides an AI-supported operational picture to the crew, thus enabling them to make smarter decisions even faster.
To meet your mission needs, Ceretron can be flexibly configured. It can network a wide variety of heterogeneous sensors, stemming either from the vast HENSOLDT portfolio or from third-party systems.
The main recommended configurations are combined in the Ceretron sensor suite packages Heavy Combat, Medium Combat, Light Combat and Recce.
Focus platform: main battle tanks (MBT)
Focus platform: Armoured personnel carriers (APC)
Focus platform: Infantry fighting vehicles (IFV)
Focus platform: Reconnaissance vehicles, unmanned ground vehicles
For the realisation of this system, HENSOLDT has the necessary and specific understanding of sensors in the entire spectral range. We accelerate the situational awareness process for planning and decision-making by automating sensor data.
Customers can configure their personal suite according to their own requirements thanks to the modular structure of the individual systems – and thus take a decisive step towards information sovereignty.
HENSOLDT demonstrates how far the sensor fusion capabilities of Ceretron have already matured with a military utility vehicle (MUV) concept demonstrator. The demonstration vehicle was developed in cooperation with the Italian vehicle manufacturer Iveco Defence Vehicles (IDV).
With this vehicle, Ceretron, as a modular sensor suite, was presented installed on a live vehicle for the first time. With this installed Ceretron configuration, the MUV can be used for surveillance and reconnaissance and for self-protection and convoy protection in the civilian and military sectors.