Tactical, Operational and Strategic Solutions Designed to Meet Any Mission

Maintaining continuous aerial security is a daunting task.

Threats such as low-flying, extremely fast aircraft can take advantage of the earth’s curvature and exploit terrain obstructions.

This renders ground-based radars unable to provide target information in time to take appropriate action. 

Slow, low flying missiles with a small cross section may also avoid early detection and pose a significant threat.

Manned aerial surveillance can decrease the risk for short periods of heightened alert, but the operational costs are much too high for extended use. 

To meet this airborne coverage challenge effectively and inexpensively, TCOM developed the 71M Low Altitude Surveillance System.

With over 1,000,000 hours of operation these systems are the only operational airborne defense assets to routinely provide the continuous round-the-clock, low altitude target detection information needed to secure the skies.
Maintaining continuous aerial security is a daunting task.

Threats such as low-flying, extremely fast aircraft can take advantage of the earth’s curvature and exploit terrain obstructions.

This renders ground-based radars unable to provide target information in time to take appropriate action. 

Slow, low flying missiles with a small cross section may also avoid early detection and pose a significant threat.

Manned aerial surveillance can decrease the risk for short periods of heightened alert, but the operational costs are much too high for extended use. 

To meet this airborne coverage challenge effectively and inexpensively, TCOM developed the 71M Low Altitude Surveillance System.

With over 1,000,000 hours of operation these systems are the only operational airborne defense assets to routinely provide the continuous round-the-clock, low altitude target detection information needed to secure the skies.
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Proven Expertise

TCOM’s proven approach to aerostat lifecycle support for fielded systems is based on our expertise in anticipating each system’s needs, balancing availability with affordability, and assigning Headquarters and Field personnel familiar with the system.   The support assumes that Operation & Maintenance of the system is being performed by properly trained customer personnel using TCOM supplied documentation, and includes the following elements:

Supply Support:  Initial Provisioning of spare parts, support and test equipment and periodic re-provisioning based on failures and usage.

Warranty Support: Processing of warranty claims in a timely manner during the warranty period and repair or replacement of the item in question.

Logistics Monitoring: A Logistics Engineer is assigned to each program to maintain a logistic data base which tracks usage/failures in the field and tracks and expedites return of repairable.

Obsolescence Monitoring: TCOM utilizes a COTS obsolescence software tool to actively monitor Bills of Material for obsolete items. TCOM will offer a quantity buy or a design upgrade for the item.

Mod Kits to implement system improvements and/or Upgrades that are driven by emerging needs from customer, feedback from field or operators, or improvements supplied with newer systems.
- Aerostat system transportable in 40' ISO

- Minimum pad radius at 290 Ft

- Typical payload suite may be;

     
- Surveillance or Fire control radar
      - RF Communications

- Three years operational field deployement
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