3D Lanza  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2000
Total Production: 8
Unitary Cost: EUR€25 million   (USD$26 million)
Origin: Spain
Corporations: Indra Sistemas S. A.
Parent System: 3D Lanza
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2000
Total Production: 8
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Description: The ground-based, fixed-position 3D Lanza is a long-range, volumetric air search radar developed by Indra in the 1990s as replacement for the Spanish Air Force AN/FPS-113 and AN/FPS-90 surveillance radars. The 3D Lanza is intended to serve military operators as a 3D air surveillance radar and civilian customers as real-time air traffic control radar. The radar is capable of detecting air targets at altitudes of up to 100,000-ft (30,000 meters) at ranges between 10 and 470 kilometers. The ground stations equipped with this radar operate 24/7 automatically with a minimum of specialized crew relaying the data to remote command and control (C2) centers. The Spanish Air Force procured eight 3D Lanza radars for its air surveillance stations across the country. Each radar system is valued at 25 million Euro.

3D Lanza Specifications

Max Detection Range: 470 kilometer (254 nautical mile)
Max Detection Range in Altitude: 100,000 foot (30.5 kilometer)
Min Detection Range: 10 kilometer
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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