The The 2019 Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) was formed in early 1957 by a small group of senior aviation officers in the active Army, the Reserve Forces of the U.S. Army and industry.
Dates: April 14 - 16, 2019
Location: Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center, Nashville, TN
Altitude Hold and Hover Stabilization (AHHS) - In brownout or whiteout conditions, over-water hovers and tight LZs, the AHHS system provides hands-free cyclic and collective hover control for cruise, low-altitude hover operations, precision hover and drift control, automatic descend to the ground, and automatic go-around.
Distributed Aperture IR Counter Measures (DAIRCM) - DAIRCM is an aircraft survivability system approach that utilizes a single sensor for both 2-color IR missile warning and wide field of view gimbal for threat countermeasure. Additional capabilities of the sensor include hostile fire indication (HFI), laser warning, limited Degraded Visual Environment capability, distributed sensors available for providing 360-degree situational awareness. The ENTIRE system is only 70 pounds and includes 4-6 sensors, central port Ares laser, central processor and fiber optic cable assembly.
Dual Mode Warning Sensor (DMWS) - Aircraft Survivability sensor that packages DRS’ 2-color IR missile warning capability in the US Army’s AN/AAR-57 form factor. This fast frame rate sensor is also well suited for hostile fire indication, limited Degraded Visual Environment capability and their distributed installation provides 360-degree situational awareness.
Tactical Terminals - Reception and transmission of near real-time threats; enables situational awareness; provides Blue Force Tracker data; supports air, ground and maritime operations. Learn more