BAE Systems developing P-8I mission computer systems

  • 04-Mar-2010 06:23 EST

BAE Systems is developing the mission computer system suite for the P-8I aircraft for the Indian Navy. Developed by a Boeing-led team, the P-8I is a variant of the U.S. Navy's P-8A Poseidon that offers a broader range of capabilities to operate over land or water while performing anti-submarine warfare; search and rescue; and long-range intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance. BAE Systems' mission computer system suite for the P-8I is a flexible and ruggedized processing platform that can be configured to meet the general purpose, I/O, video, voice, and graphics processing needs for modern military battle management requirements. BAE Systems will begin deliveries to Boeing in 2011.

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