TEWKSBURY, Mass., Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Raytheon Solipsys' Zeus situational awareness and collaboration system will be integrated into U.S. Air Force remotely piloted aircraft operations.
The company, a Raytheon subsidiary, said that, under the contract from the Air Force, Zeus will be installed at 18 Air Combat Command, Air National Guard and Air Force Special Operations Command locations.
"Zeus provides RPA operators with a real-time, correlated and fused track picture from multiple plot and track sources with collaboration and communication tools such as chat, common data formats, cursor-on-target, and the ability to fully participate in a Link-16 network," said Adam Stull, Zeus project lead at Raytheon Solipsys.
The company said the system Zeus is derived from proven Raytheon Solipsys products, such as its Tactical Display Framework and Multi-Source Correlator Tracker, which have been battle tested and are in use by all branches of the U.S. military services.
Contract details weren't disclosed.