Boeing has enlisted six companies to join its battle management command and control team bidding to supply the mission system for the US Air Force's planned 767-400ER-based E-10A Multi-sensor Command and Control Aircraft. Alphatech will be responsible for tracking and fusion solutions, decision support tools, and target acquisition and recognition capability; BAE Systems will provide combat operations management and planning, imagery mapping, and support management of network-based communications; Booz Allen Hamilton will participate in modelling and simulation; CollaborX will provide USAF support and joint concepts of operations; General Dynamics will handle sensor exploitation, information management and information assurance; and Northrop Grumman will deliver sensor control functions.

Source: Flight International