Northrop Grumman is showing its airborne early warning and electronic warfare (AEW&EW) expertise to the Asia-Pacific market by demonstrating the Hawkeye 2000 system now in production.

Asian Aerospace will mark the first exhibition of the airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) system in Singapore. The US company will be giving a number of examples of its advanced technology capabilities during the show under its banner of "Technology's Edge."

A wide range of products including defence electronics, airspace management and information systems will be displayed by the company's Integrated Systems and Aerostructures (ISA) sector and its Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector (ES3).


Northrop Grumman will also feature its leading role in the area of combat and military surveillance aircraft and commercial and military aerostructures.

Product information can be seen at the company's chalet F1 and at its exhibit stand (A929).

Appointments are required for the E-2C demonstrations but during the show, appointments will be scheduled through Northrop Grumman's chalet.

Other ISA programmes scheduled for display at Asian Aerospace include the company's Project Echidna entry, which is an Australian electronic warfare study contract.

The sector also will feature Global Hawk, Joint STARS ground surveillance technology, the A-6 and the F/A-18 E/F. ISA is the prime subcontractor to Boeing for the F/A-18.

Source: Flight Daily News