Air Force Life Cycle Management Center seeks market information on signal and geospatial intelligence technologies that would transmit information to support rapid targeting.
AFLCMC said Monday in a SAM notice that it requires these on-platform SIGINT and GEOINT technologies to address requirements under the country's Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Dominance Flight Plan and National Defense Strategy.
The U.S. Air Force may need new processing technology to boost targeting range via geolocation models, sensor networking and sensor-based exploitation.
The technologies would use classified, sensor-based data transmitted from SIGINT to GEOINT systems.
Interested parties, which hold the needed market information, may submit responses through Dec. 15.
The NextGen ISR Dominance Flight Plan aims to establish a resilient ISR enterprise with multi-domain, multi-intelligence sensing technologies by 2028.