Define: Electronic counter-countermeasure?
Electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM) is a part of electronic warfare which includes a variety of practices which attempt to reduce or eliminate the effect of electronic countermeasures (ECM) on electronic sensors aboard vehicles, ships and aircraft and weapons such as missiles. ECCM is also known as electronic protective measures (EPM), chiefly in Europe. In practice, EPM often means resistance to jamming.
Top Electronic Protection Companies and Solutions
This article showcases Threat.Technology’s top picks for the best Electronic Protection solutions. We selected these companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
HENSOLDT is a globally leading supplier of premium sensors for security and surveillance missions. Capitalising on more than a hundred years of experience in high-performance technology, they are the world market leader for missile warning systems and submarine periscopes.
Moreover, HENSOLDT is well represented in the market for radar systems, optronics and electronic protection systems. The company was formed from Airbus’ defence electronics activities, which were spun off from the Airbus Group in 2017 and have now entered the market together with the former Airbus DS Optronics as a new sensor house under the brand name of HENSOLDT..
SECU4 develops for the mass market new protection solutions for valuables and people based on wireless technologies. The goal from SECU4 is to bring the security feeling to everyone in the everyday life.
In 2009 SECU4 has been selected by Red Herring in the Top 100 of the most promising start-up company in the world in San Diego in the USA.. .
SCP International is provides security services in Serbia. It offers personal security and asset protection services.
The company also provides transport of financial assets and valuables, electronic protection, fire fighting and protection, staff education, and security consulting services. It serves visiting and local VIPs, banks, embassies, local and international companies, factories, and sports institutions..
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