Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors’ (PEO IEW&S) vision is acquisition excellence in providing superior capability to Soldiers to immediately and completely understand the environment by providing sensors and assimilating sensor information into relevant, timely products. These products can be used for targeting, situational awareness, force protection, reconnaissance, surveillance target acquisition (RSTA). IEW&S systems are integrated into the network’s layers and enable persistent surveillance, allowing the Joint Warfighter to control time, space, and the environment, while greatly enhancing survivability and lethality.
PEO IEW&S rapidly transforms requirements and validated field requests into reality and leads in most critical current operations efforts, including: counter-improvised explosive device (IED); sensors for counter-rocket and mortar; the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Surge; and the Integrated Intelligence Architecture. We are responsible for a combination of more than 90 programs of record and quick-reaction capabilities. Addressing Soldiers’ needs and providing them with capabilities in the most effective and financially responsible manner is paramount to our success. These systems are integrated with other Intelligence communities into a system, data, and transport architecture that federates ISR, force protection, and RSTA collection capabilities, data repositories, services, and exploitation capabilities across coalition boundaries.
Fielded assets range from airborne and ground sensors to the networks and analysts tools used to exploit the large amounts of collected information. Amongst the fielded systems is Task Force Observe, Detect, Identify, and Neutralize (TF ODIN), which was originally developed to take back the roads in Iraq and is currently supporting efforts in both theaters with a combination of manned and unmanned aircraft.
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