RAMM offers a flexible, open architecture design that can be rapidly tailored to support customer-specific requirements, technologies, and a range of mission requirements. RAMM provides short to medium range and altitude engagement capabilities targeting a variety of manned aviation platforms and small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).
The RAMM-Testbed provides customers with a comprehensive, affordable test environment and launch capability to rapidly design, install, test and evaluate components, subsystems and systems on small tactical missiles.
The RAMM-Testbed offers a "fly early, fly often" approach to advance and validate critical technologies, providing valuable, timely test data to progress design concept development and maturation. GA-EMS' avionics and flight software lab supports complete Hardware-in-the-Loop testing of missile testbeds prior to flight testing. The RAMM-Testbed offers a series of progressively more complex testing environments, including ground-launched ballistic flight and ground launched closed-loop flight.
The Modular Payload replaces the unitary warhead with multiple submunitions providing numerous engagements from a single missile, vastly increasing the cost effectiveness per engagement. The Modular Payload is a configurable submunition designed to increase the range of current and future long-range surface-to-surface missiles.