Mike Twyman: Cubic to Showcase Networked C4ISR Platforms at SATELLITE Event

Mike Twyman

Cubic has announced that its mission solutions business will showcase command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology offerings during SATELLITE 2018.

The event will take place in Washington, D.C., from March 12 to 15 and will feature discussions between specialists, executives and users in the aerospace and satellite communications field, Cubic said Friday.

Mike Twyman, president of Cubic Mission Solutions, said he considers SATELLITE as an ideal event for the company to exhibit a wide range of networked C4ISR products.

Twyman added the company has designed compact and integrated systems to help customers address enterprise, disaster response and battlefield communications security challenges.

Cubic will showcase its GATR, DTECH, TeraLogics, MotionDSP, Cross Domain and Vocality product lines across five technology areas: C4ISR Expeditionary Command Post, Emergency Response, Secure Networking, High-Throughput Satellite Terminal and Expeditionary 4-meter Hub.

The C4ISR Expeditionary Command Post works to deliver real-time situational awareness and secure communications, while Emergency Response technologies are lightweight and configurable hardware designed to help customers set them up easily.

Secure Networking devices are intended to operate with disparate radio networks, and High-Throughput Satellite Terminals are used in conjunction with Cubic’s HTS services.

The Expeditionary 4-meter Hub supports high-bandwidth communications in expeditionary missions.

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