The annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association event showcases the latest in state-of-the-art Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Cyber in the Department of Defense community. The company is also a platinum patron of the event and will be sponsoring the Pre-Chairman’s Banquet Reception on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
“SAIC is committed to developing and executing inventive cybersecurity and C4ISR solutions,” said Tom Baybrook, SAIC senior vice president and acting president of its Defense Solutions Group. “MILCOM 2011 is our chance to demonstrate how SAIC’s innovative technologies can protect and defend the warfighter and ensure mission critical success.”
The conference will feature SAIC C4ISR and cybersecurity experts that will demonstrate technologies that enable mission critical success. Demonstrations will feature innovative technology solutions, including:
- Sensor Processing Suite, a flexible, virtualized architecture that provides a platform for a sensor-to-exploitation multi-intelligence processing, exploitation, and dissemination capability based on operational mission requirements.
- Automated Behavior Analysis Checkmate, an SAIC-patented technology that extends and automates applied behavior analysis, a field in psychology focusing on the identification of environmental influences on behavior.
- Cyber Investigations, a suite of tools, methodologies, and training platforms to help clients identify, respond, and recover from cyber incidents.
- Mobile Tactical Applications, a mobile digital dashboard to aid signal soldiers with technical tasks in the field.
- Radio Voice Crossbanding System, an end-to-end hardware solution developed by SAIC and C4i that provides interoperability between disparate communications equipment from brigade to battalion to vehicle and the soldier.
Additionally, SAIC’s Chief Scientist and Engineer, Dr. Sherin Kamal, Ph.D., will chair two panel sessions including: “The Shrinking Military Spectrum” and “Cognition in Wireless Military Devices.” Kamal will also chair two paper sessions entitled “Modems & Coding Technologies” and “Tactical Satellite Networks Part 2.” SAIC’s Chief Engineer, Anupam Shah, Ph.D., will chair a panel on Department of Defense and North Atlantic Treaty Organization Networks as well.