CORVUS is the latest multi-role, agile and scalable platform supporting operations involving cyber electromagnetic activities (CEMA) and has been developed using open industry standards and an architecture that will be shared with trusted industry partners and customers. The platform can be configured for simultaneously operating communications, direction finding, electronic warfare and signals intelligence missions all at once.
CORVUS has been created to enable responses to CEMA-based threats to be developed, scaled and deployed faster than conventional approaches. The new approach will help reduce the burden on the end-user by providing multiple mission-capabilities from the same underlying platform, and maximising training, logistics and power efficiencies.
CORVUS allows a holistic family of components (processors, receivers, transceivers, power-amplifiers and communications) and mission-specific application software to be developed by a range of organisations and brought together quickly in a variety of scalable configurations. These can then be used to create flexible, scalable systems to suit missions of varying size, weight and power constraints, from tactical personal-countermeasure units, through to vehicle-based platforms and up to strategic, fixed installations.