Goodrich offers a SEEK EAGLE certified pod for F-16 and other fast-jet applications.
The pod offers advantages over competing systems by relying on dual-environmental conditioning systems, to provide robust ground cooling and multi-altitude operations. Full-size fore and aft data-link antennae enable maximum data-link range throughout a full 360° azimuth.
Goodrich's DB- 110 Dual-Band airborne reconnaissance sensor, a derivative of the SYERS system, combines visible and infrared imaging capabilities in a compact, lightweight design.
This system has proved its performance in both day and night time operations, on manned and unmanned platforms, globally.
The Royal Airforce have been using a variant of the DB-110 on their Tornado GR4s and have been providing intelligent support to the British and Coalition forces based out in Aghanistan since 2009.
They have been extensively used in a counter-IED (Improvised Explosive Device) role while continuing to provide close air support.
The DB-110 is the first LOROP (long-range oblique) sensor to provide both long-range and short-range optics to support standoff and penetrating missions, respectively.
The DB-110 system enables commanders to move towards a more persistent ISR capability.