Solving the Tactical Communications Challenge
Building connected and workable communications in remote environments presents unique challenges, but the right technology can keep users connected in even contested and harsh environments.
How to Lower the Cost and Risk of a New Tactical Data Link Solution
By using a proven, easy-to-use, comprehensive technology suite, ROI is increased, and greater capability is delivered with less downtime incurred.
Securing Communications at the Tactical Edge Using HSMs
Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) - why their use is critical for today’s secure networks in the datacenter and at the tactical edge.
PacStar Comparison Study
In June and July 2016 conducted a user study to measure the impact of using PacStar IQ-Core Software to configure and manage complex networking equipment.
Defining the C5ISR Space for Army Vehicles
To lower the cost and help speed the pace of technology upgrades for command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems on Army vehicles – while supporting the U.S.
Optimize Network Access at the Tactical Edge with Software Deﬁned Wide Area Networking
This paper illustrates the current barriers to communication and situational understanding (SA) and orients the reader to tools that are available today to break down these barriers. Today’s warfighters can’t be impaired by a lack of information.
Modular Open Systems Approach: The MOSA Imperative
This paper aims to put MOSA (Modular Open Systems Approach) into perspective and enable you, whether a defense contractor, a decision-maker at the DoD, or a public policymaker, to put the increasingly relevant MOSA to use better.
Intelligent Sensor Data Analytics at the Tactical Edge
Whether centralized or at the edge, one of the biggest military needs existing today is the imperative for a common operating picture (COP) with support for pattern of life (POL) analysis across all relevant data sets.
Secure Wireless Communication Supporting Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-EUD for Mounted and Dismounted Connectivity
The goal of Secure Wireless Communications is to provide controlled access to classified or controlled unclassified information (CUI) over any RF transport in the field - between vehicles and end-users alike.
Secure Wireless Solutions for Tactical, Expeditionary, and Deployable Communications
This whitepaper compares various CSfC network architectures, and proposes several approaches for CSfC solutions optimized for mobility use cases.
Ultra-Small Form Factor Mission Systems: Great Things Come in Small Packages
The military and aerospace market maintains an insatiable appetite for smaller, lighter, and cheaper. Recent technological breakthroughs in SWaP-C reduction have yielded the introduction of USFF mission computer and networking systems.
A Single TDL Training and Battlefield Operations Solution
Tactical data link (TDL) communication brings critical visibility to the battlefield by providing warfighters easily accessible, sharable, and precise location and identification information of everyone in the combat zone which enables them to make better tactical decisions.