HENSOLDT masters the full electromagnetic spectrum to provide innovative products that counter evolving threats faced by North American warfighters, security forces, and first responders in the air, at sea, and on land.
A fully owned subsidiary of HENSOLDT Holding, with its headquarters in Germany, HENSOLDT Inc. operates in the U.S. under a Special Security Agreement (SSA) between the U.S. government, HENSOLDT Inc. and its parent company. Through this agreement, the Board of Directors of HENSOLDT Inc. oversees compliance with U.S. Government Security and Export Regulations, allowing the company to perform classified and sensitive U.S. government contracts. In addition, business development for the Canadian market is led from HENSOLDT Inc.
HENSOLDT products are fielded in the region. The Freedom-class LCS (Littoral Combat Ship) operates HENSOLDT’s TRS-4D AESA (active electronically scanned array) radar, while the National Security Cutter and older versions of the Freedom-class LCS operate HENSOLDT’S TRS-3D radar. Additional examples include HENSOLDT avionics used by U.S. Army and National Guard on various helicopter platforms, and U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps M1 Abrams tanks equipped with HENSOLDT Eyesafe Laser Rangefinders.
TwInvis enables a variety of new missions by offering several decisive advantages over active radar: unfettered use in areas of spectrum congestion, covert operation, and wider detection capabilities to see aircraft formerly flying “under the radar”.
The MSSR 2000 I interrogator system fulfills all requirements for Mode S Enhanced Surveillance systems and for military secure and encrypted Mode 5 Level 1+2. It incorporates its own data processing and tracking functions delivering IFF/ATC Mode S plot and track data. It can be operated autonomously within its area of coverage.
The SPEXER 2000 is a high-performance border surveillance radar for the automatic detection and classification of ground, sea and low-flying air targets. It was developed for the specific requirements of security scenarios; with its primary fields of application in border security systems, as well as the protection of critical infrastructure and perimeters.