Exelis Unveils Remote Geospatial Mobile Data Platform; Jim Phillips Comments

Exelis-LogoITT Exelis has debuted a new platform that aims to connect users to geospatial information on mobile devices when operating in remote or hostile locations.

Exelis created Jagwire Mobile for warfighters to capture and disseminate tactical images and data in areas with limited bandwidth coverage, the company said Tuesday.

The new platform offers similar functions as the company’s Jagwire offering for enterprises, Exelis says.

Jim Phillips, director of Exelis’ geospatial intelligence solutions business, said the technology is designed with single user interface for geospatial data to help users make decisions.

Jagwire’s mobile version is also designed to process videos and images into a searchable database that users can access through shared networks.

Exelis says the new offering supports operating systems such as Android 4.1.1, iOS 6 and HTML5.

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