Electronic Warfare2018-09-02T11:30:50+00:00

Electronic Warfare

BRO-Electronic Warfare (EW) is a real-time decision support system that maximizes the success of the Electronic Warfare mission, by optimizing the utilization of mission related assets, such as EW platforms, ESM and ECM systems.

BRO-EW can be considered as an additional layer of command and control, providing online optimal recommendations and crucial insights that enable decision-makers to plan the usage of their assets, monitor, anticipate, and take action for maximizing EW mission success.
The system uses sensors data, C4I, adversary CONOPS and intelligence data in order to find the potential operational gaps and to recommend actions to maximize overall Electronic Warfare performance.


  • Maximizing operational EW mission performance.
  • Optimizing the utilization of various assets allocated to the EW mission.
  • Efficient automatic mission planning.
  • Real-time EW mission success awareness.
  • Reducing decision maker workload

Maximizing the Success of Your Electronic Warfare Mission


Optimal mission planning

  • Based on mission success criteria, sensor and C4I system data, enemy capacities and concept of operation, as well as environmental conditions
  • Production of operational order which includes policy definition, asset deployment and major sensor and system parameters, such as, EW platform optimal path, EW transmission sector allocation, EW technique, etc.
  • Real-time system-wide mission execution monitoring and performance degradation alerts generation
    • Performance analysis, taking into account the systems’ predicted performance, real-time environment effects and system operability status
    • Performance degradation alerts
  • Real-time recommendations for system parameter update for performance enhancement (policy update, mission order update)

BRO-EW is based on Omnisys’ state-of-the-art infrastructure. A generic, service-oriented software development infrastructure, comprising simulation, optimization, decision support, GIS and visualization engines. This infrastructure allows efficient adaptation to user requirements, as well as interfacing with the customers’ existing systems.

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