IAI and Honeywell will combine GPS-denied navigation and anti-jamming technologies to create an advanced EW tool.
The Marine Corps has a new mobile C2 system that uses radar, computing power, and radio-links.
A new handheld, two channel radio with a built-in ISR receiver allows software-programmable radios to view and distribute video in real time across a battlefield network.
Using faster processing power and other advances, the Army is testing a lightweight version of WIN-T Inc. 2 able to mount onto HMMWVs and sling load beneath helicopters.
A hand held, smartphone-like device used by Army soldiers in combat is now able to view and share real time video feeds from nearby drones and robots.
IT upgrades and next generation platforms will help grow the Navy’s network use so that it can maintain maritime superiority.
U.S. Special Operations Command is looking for a signals intelligence sensor to equip an individual commando with SIGINT-like ISR technology.
An network executive suggests adding network management tools to WIN-T