ISL News 2006

 

Information Systems Laboratories Receives Order from the German Navy for a Fast Time Analysis System (FTAS)

June 5, 2006
(San Diego) – Information Systems Laboratories (ISL), is pleased to announce an order from the German Navy for >$2M to develop and support the latest generation Fast Time Analysis System (FTAS). The system will replace the FTAS currently in operation at the Naval Air Station 3 “Graf Zeppelin” located at Nordholz Germany and will provide post mission support for the German Navy’s P-3C “Orion” Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) Squadron. The system performs quick-look and in-depth full spectrum processing and display of pre-recorded acoustic signals and information to support MPA post mission analysis, reconstruction, data archiving, and training. The work on this program will be performed by the Signal Processing Systems Engineering (SPSE) Division at the ISL Headquarters facility in San Diego, California. ELAC Nautik, based in Kiel Germany, is teamed with ISL to provide training and in-country support for the life of the system.

Information Systems Laboratories Receives Contract for 2 Fast Time Analysis Systems (FTAS) for French Navy

January 23, 2006
(San Diego) – Information Systems Laboratories, Inc. (ISL), is pleased to announce an order for two of the latest generation Fast Time Analysis System (FTAS). These systems will replace the FTAS currently in operation at Lann Bihoué and Nimes Garons and will be used to provide post mission acoustic analysis support for the French Navy’s Atlantique 2 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) Squadrons. Contract issued by the French Navy Délégation Générale Pour l’Armement (DGA) to Spectral Dynamics (SD), France.  ISL will be producing these systems under a subcontract to SD, France who has been a long term partner of ISL’s on similar programs for the French Navy.  A majority of the work on this program will be performed by the Signal Processing Systems (SPS) Engineering Division at the ISL Headquarters facility in San Diego, California.