Tschechien: Beschaffung neuer Radarsysteme

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Tschechien: Beschaffung neuer Radarsysteme

Beitrag von theoderich » Fr 25. Mai 2018, 21:24

Czech defense minister orders probe into Israeli radar deal
The Czech Republic’s defense minister has ordered the military police to launch an investigation into the pending purchase of eight ELM-2084 multimission radars from Elta Systems, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries.

Karla Slechtova said she decided to probe the planned contract due to “extremely serious findings,” local news agency CTK reported. The military police is also looking into the Defence Ministry’s ongoing procedure to acquire 12 multipurpose helicopters, according to the minister.

The acquisition is estimated to be worth about 3.6 billion koruna (U.S. $163.5 million).
https://www.defensenews.com/global/euro ... adar-deal/


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Re: Tschechien: Beschaffung neuer Radarsysteme

Beitrag von theoderich » Di 19. Jun 2018, 16:44

Elta 3D air-defence radar excluded from NATO air-defence architecture
The NATO Air and Missile Defence Command and Control Security Accreditation Board (ASAB) informed the Czech Ministry of Defence (MoD) on 7 June that the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Elta EL/M-2084 3D mobile air-defence radar (MADR) systems it plans to procure for the Army of the Czech Republic (ACR) could not be integrated into NATO’s air-defence architecture since the system is not manufactured by an alliance member country.

“It is an extraordinary decision”, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš told the media on 7 June.

Babiš said that he had earlier consulted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the MADR procurement and was assured that the Israel Defense Forces use the system in combat and that it had also been procured by the armed forces of NATO member Canada.
http://www.janes.com/article/81170/elta ... chitecture

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Re: Tschechien: Beschaffung neuer Radarsysteme

Beitrag von theoderich » Mi 27. Jun 2018, 23:13

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What exactly is going on regarding the Czech EL/M-2084 acquisition?

Firstly, a statement provided to MONCh by a NATO official specified that the alliance has not refused outright to connect the EL/M-2084 radar to the alliance’s wider air C2 architecture, disputing earlier reports that it could not be connected as it was not designed and built by a NATO member stating that: “Several allies operate air defence equipment that has been manufactured outside the alliance.”

Nevertheless, they stressed the importance of ensuring that any radar which will connect with the ACCS must be capable of operating with the system safely. “What matters for NATO is that the equipment allies have is ‘interoperable’; safe to operate and secure to use within NATO.” This is unsurprising given the need to ensure that a highly networked system such as the ACCS, which will eventually include most of the alliance’s European membership as it rolls out over the next decade, can operate in a safe and secure fashion, particularly given increasing concerns regarding the cyber threat to air operations. However, the NATO statement disputes that the alliance has point blank refused to integrate the EL/M-2084 into the ACCS architecture: “NATO’s (AMDCCSAB) has discussed with the Czech authorities its planned purchase of a radar system made in Israel and identified in a first step the applicable NATO security policies, regulations and processes. NATO has strict security requirements which need to be met before any system, no matter where it has been manufactured, can be connected to NATO networks.” Finally, the alliance stressed that it will continue to work with the Czech authorities “about the potential integration of this system into NATO networks.”

For its part IAI’s position seems to chime with that of NATO’s in refuting reports that the alliance had refused to connect the EL/M-2084 radar to the ACCS architecture outright. “Due to reasons which are not technically or security related, various inaccuracies have surfaced recently relating to NATO directives,” an IAI written statement supplied to MONch articulated. “NATO did not issue a directive not to connect the EL/M-2084 radar to the NATO network, but merely stated that these matters which are common to several member states require adequate procedures.”

The firm stated that it is already highly familiar regarding NATO’s security regulations regarding system connectivity, citing the company’s supply of two EL/W-2085 L-band (1.215-1.4GHz) and S-band airborne early warning radars mounted on two Gulfstream G-550 business jet airframes to the Italian Air Force. By virtue of these aircraft equipping the force, their radars are networked into NATO’s air C2 architecture via their communications links such as the alliance’s LINK-16 (960 megahertz to 1.215GHz) tactical data link with which the aircraft is believed to be equipped. This permits the sharing of track and tactical data with other NATO allies. The written statement continued that, “to adapt our products to NATO customers and national requirements, (the company) works in close collaboration with local partners who hold appropriate NATO classification.”

Thus it is expected that IAI, the Czech government and NATO will continue to work together to ensure that the EL/M-2084 radars can operate safely and securely with NATO’s emerging ACCS architecture, with reports of the acquisition’s demise being somewhat exaggerated.
http://www.monch.com/mpg/news/c5i/3717-iai-cz.html

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Re: Tschechien: Beschaffung neuer Radarsysteme

Beitrag von theoderich » Do 26. Jul 2018, 13:36

Czech army to procure additional Vera NG radars
The General Staff of the Army of the Czech Republic (ACR) has announced plans to procure two additional Vera-NG (Next Generation) mobile passive radar systems to support NATO overseas missions.

“Our goal is to replace obsolete Vera mobile passive radar systems with two new, highly modular and mobile systems in order to raise the [bar of the ACR’s] technological capabilities and abilities to wage electronic warfare,” ACR General Staff spokesperson Major Vlastimila Cyprisová informed media on 17 July.

The ACR has expressed interest in the indigenously produced Vera-NG, but no firm procurement date has been given.

ACR sources say the service is looking to procure the latest version of the Vera-NG made by Czech radar maker ERA, which offers an even higher degree of mobility and is more easily transportable by NATO aircraft, and capable of being discreetly deployed in a front-line scenario.
http://www.janes.com/article/82013/czec ... -ng-radars


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14. Mobilní komplet pasivního systému „Deployable Passive ESM Tracker“

Armáda České republiky se v rámci dvou deklarovaných specializací ve struktuře NATO zaměřuje na oblast pasivních sledovacích systémů jako součásti Joint, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (JISR). Svými zavedenými prostředky elektronického boje zejména technologií pasivních sledovacích systémů a schopnostmi průzkumu se již plnohodnotně zapojila do systémů C4 - Command, Control, Communication, Computer JISR NATO.

Cílem pořízení dvou mobilních kompletů systémů Deployable Passive ESM Tracker (DPET) tzn. mobilních pasivních systémů na bázi již v AČR zavedeného systému VERA NG je udržení technologické úrovně a schopností vedení elektronického boje. Systém musí dosáhnout schopnosti zpracovávání všech moderních pulsních signálů (RADAR, SIF, IFF, AIS, ADS/B, atd.) pro operační nasazení v plném spektru operací NATO v systému JISR.
http://www.acr.army.cz/assets/technika- ... -01508.pdf

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