As the Defense Department seeks to reduce the number of new, major programs and focus on more frequent technology refreshes, open-systems architectures will enable straightforward integration of new capabilities.
- By Paul Monticciolo
- Jun 12, 2012
Wireless ad-hoc mesh networks can make voice and data tactical communications possible in austere environments where infrastructure may not exist and electrical power is scarce.
- By Igal Sharret
- Apr 19, 2012
The Defense Department's next-generation space systems alone cannot meet projected requirements for wideband communications.
- By Simon Kershaw
- Mar 27, 2012
The Unified Cross Domain Management Office validates and tests information-sharing products to speed deployment throughout DOD and intelligence agencies.
- By Ed Hammersla
- Feb 28, 2012
The unmanned systems industry is poised to serve any mission for the Defense and State departments and also for law enforcement and other civilian agencies.
- By Alfred Lumpkin
- Jan 19, 2012
Communications-on-the move technology must continue to evolve to keep intelligence data in motion and to feed it to the warfighter where and when it's needed.
- By Rick Lober
- Nov 10, 2011
Will a one-size-fits-all approach limit DOD's access to global satellite capacity where and when the warfighter needs it?
- By Philip Harlow
- Oct 14, 2011
Industry partners are stepping forward to provide the services that will enable field forces to connect and share information in real-time across multiple disperse locations, both in theater and around the world.
- By David Myers
- Sep 13, 2011