Areas of interest range from more-resilient GPS to autonomous vehicles to "biologically inspired" navigational systems.
An AT&T Unified Capabilities deal will expedite cloud-based voice, video, chat and data services.
Navy and DARPA are working on a new voice and text network able to allow real-time connectivity that can transmit force-tracking information.
The Army is modernizing its Army Knowledge Online portal to consolidate data centers, move to the cloud and increase the range of soldier driven functions on the system.
The JCREW I1B1 will protect foot soldiers by improving electronic countermeasure capabilities.
MPU5 radios are engineered to form a self-healing, mobile ad hoc network able to operate in a wide range of challenging environments.
DARPA is concerned that hackers might steal sensitive data from web browsers and other apps.
Future RFP to outline requirements for a new, two-channel software-programmable radio.
Raytheon has developed machine Iraqi, Arabic and Pashto translation software for laptops and smartphones.
The Army’s Rapid Equipping Force is developing and testing a wave relay system to connect underground forces with above ground commanders.
The new version of the Special Forces manpack radio system will have two-channel, video, and secure beyond-line-of-sight transmission capabilities
As the Navy integrates CANES technology across the fleet, the service increases connections and security among nodes on the network.