SAIC's Model 3800 Autopilot is an all-digital, multi-axis flight-control computer designed for installation in high-performance jet and turboprop aircraft.
The Model 3800 Autopilot is designed for installation in high-performance jet and turboprop aircraft but will function well in a wide range of fixed-wing aircraft.
Evaluation and Planning Systems
SAIC provides a variety of aviation software products for aircraft around the world.
This provides a common tactical picture between control and combat systems by accessing parallel data from Naval Tactical Data Systems and retransmitting serially into multiple formats.
SAIC's MUTACTS provides quick, accurate, and cost-effective post-flight review and analysis of military aircraft training missions.
SAIC MPS consists of a full line of sophisticated and yet simple to use computerized aircraft mission planning systems available for aircraft around the world.
Instrumentation and Evaluation Systems
SAIC's Integrated Data Evaluation and Analysis System (IDEAS) is a software package which reduces the time between flight test data collection and development of upgraded aerodynamic, propulsion, and control system models.
IDEAS is a software package tailored for the rigors of dynamic test data storage and analysis. It is particularly suited for flight test data storage, analysis, and simulation model upgrades.
As a leading systems integrator of unmanned systems for more than 10 years, SAIC is a proven performer in multiple unmanned lighter-than-air (LTA) platforms, such as airships and aerostats.
SKYBUS airships are autonomous UASs that can carry a wide variety of sensors and
equipment, supporting the entire spectrum of security and intelligence applications.
As the use of unmanned aerial systems (UASs) expands into challenging civilian
and military missions, the restrictions posed by flight in National Air Space (NAS)
increasingly limit their operational flexibility.