Cubic is showcasing Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions as well as realistic soldier/squad training capabilities for Army missions at AUSA 2019.
Cubic Mission Solutions will demonstrate a comprehensive set of C4ISR capabilities such as Expeditionary Communications, Real-Time ISR Exploitation and Enhancement, Real-Time ISR Exploitation and Enhancement, Precision Targeting, Situational Awareness and GEOINT Services in Disconnected Operations, Beacen Secure Computing Platform for Tactical Edge Operations, and Integrated Tactical Network.
“The success of a mission is dependent on shared battlespace awareness within multiple domains,” said Mike Twyman, president of Cubic Mission Solutions. “Accelerating the pace and quality of decision-making is essential to exploiting adversarial vulnerabilities. Our set of integrated solutions from protected communications through distribution of critical information, arm warfighters with the capabilities they need to make informed and critical decisions on the battlefield.”
Cubic Global Defense will demonstrate realistic soldier/squad training solutions for multi-domain operations such as Live Training Systems, Soldier/Squad Training Systems, Synthetic Training Environment (STE), and
“It is imperative for U.S. forces to converge capabilities across multiple domains as today’s warfighters face highly capable near peer adversaries,” said Mike Knowles, president of Cubic Global Defense. “We deliver game-changing training solutions that accelerate training proficiency and keep pace with the Army’s evolving training requirements.”
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