E-NACSOS aims to ensure superiority at sea of EU naval surface vessels based on an exchange of data provided by the sensors on board of different platforms and their fusion at plot level. Operational benefits will refer to detect, identify, classify, and track aerial threats, while providing a better tactical picture continuity, and improve early warning, track recognition and identification. E-NACSOS will set up the basis for a future cooperative engagement capability.
E-NACSOS consortium is built in a valuable cooperative spirit cross20 partners from 12 Member States, including innovative SMEs and well-renowned academics. All of them will contribute with high complementarity skills while yielding an example of diversity and inclusiveness.
Having OCCAR as Granting Authority for E-NACSOS will streamline the management of such a complex project and ensure smooth coordination between the Grant Agreement funded with up to € 65 million by the EU budget, and the Linked Procurement Contract financed by the participating Member States.