Northrop Grumman holds annual CEESIM meeting

Northrop Grumman Corporation held its annual meeting for domestic users of its Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator systems on Monday.

The meeting gave 28 military and industrial personnel the chance to receive hands-on training and real-time demonstrations of the newest CEESIM updates. Attendees were able to participate in real-time demonstrations of the latest CEESIM digital hardware and low-cost radio frequency synthesis technology, and were able to use the Compact Signal Measurement System and Automated Test software tools. Some of the training included the necessary steps needed to upgrade existing CEESIM systems.

"Providing our CEESIM users with the opportunity to sit down with us face-to-face, ask questions and provide their perspectives is beneficial to everyone involved," Joe Downie, the site director of Northrop Grumman's Buffalo-based Amherst Systems business unit, said. "This is the ideal forum to collaboratively identify potential opportunities for enhancing system performance, product support and customer service."

CEESIM is an advanced technology simulator that makes dynamic electromagnetic environments capable of simulating true-to-war conditions. CEESIM offers angle-of-arrival radio frequency simulation techniques and a user interface that allows the operator to customize the interface to suit specific needs.

Northrop Grumman is a global security company that creates systems, products and solutions in cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization for governments and commercial customers.