Cubic to Exhibit C4ISR, Training Systems at Avalon 2019; Mike Twyman Quoted

Cubic will present its virtual training tools and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms at the six-day Avalon 2019 aerospace exposition, which is scheduled to kick off on Feb. 26 in Victoria, Australia.

The company said Friday it will showcase its Secure Live, Virtual and Constructive Training platform and the Engage KOV-13 encryptor designed to address information assurance issues with air combat training system pods.

Mike Twyman, president of Cubic Mission Solutions, said the company’s platforms work to help military and allied forces meet their tactical and expeditionary requirements by getting access to real-time intelligence and insights in austere environments.

“Our cutting-edge capabilities enable armed forces to effectively make informed critical decisions on the battlefield,” Twyman added.

Cubic will also exhibit the Bandit Board tactical training platform; JSF P5 and P5 Combat Training Systems; Atlas Strike software-defined C4ISR platform; and Ikena ISR system.

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