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Integration of Remote Secured Communications of Diverse Platforms

Sheryar Wahid  (Co-CEO/Chief Technical Officer, AGILE)

Location: N261

Date: Monday, March 27

Time: 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Pass Type: All Access, Quick Pass Monday

Track: Situational Awareness, Interoperability

Format: Power Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Situational awareness should achieve the ability to manage and synthesize the volume of information, (voice, data, video, messaging, telemetry, GPS, etc.), piecing together an accurate and comprehensive picture of what is occurring. This requires a communications solution for operations on land, air, and sea. A successful solution must include a platform that presents the information in an effective method, matches the level of sophistication of the user's needs, and meets budget requirements. Field communications from personnel, vehicles, and remotely operated drones, which require more interaction between the operator in the field and the command center make this need even more critical for many organizations.

In this session, learn from operations and case studies with:

  • DOD: Ad hoc radio network and on-demand secure data comms for VoLTE, LMR and video. Two separate streams of information to be delivered from the field to either another field location or the Operations Center. This also requires addressing multicast and unicast video requirements.
  • DHS: Remote locations and cell network extension. Video capture in the field to send to a central command center for monitoring and storage for a later time where relevant.
  • CBP: Evaluated the issues faced by CBP for their communications needs on the Southwest Border. They have limited to no communications due to the remoteness of location and proximity to the Mexican cellular carriers. Regardless of hardware and software, communications were integrated securely and agnostically with other agencies.
  • NASCAR: Unified communications interoperability for radio, video, and telemetry.
  • DOJ: Video Streaming with high uptime capability.