CTI attends AFCEA TechNet Augusta 2017
CTI personnel attended the TechNet Augusta 2017 conference in Augusta, GA from August 7-11, 2017. This conference, sponsored by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), was focused on Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations in Multi-Domain Battle.
CTI participates in “Sync with STO” meetings at DARPA
CTI personnel attended the “Sync with STO” industry outreach event at DARPA on August 2-3, 2017. This event provided insight into DARPA’s new “Mosaic Warfare” philosophy as well as direct interaction with various DARPA PM’s within the Strategic Technology Office (STO).
CTI supporting Monterey Technologies Inc. on OSD RIF Effort
CTI is supporting its partner (and prime contractor) Monterey Technologies Inc. (or MTI) on an OSD Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) program focused on collaborative strike planning, non-kinetic effects employment, and future mission planning architectures and approaches. The teaming between MTI’s strike planning and CTI’s non-kinetic effects planning capabilities is a powerful one for providing this unique capability.
CTI PERSONNEL ATTENDED “QUAD” CCIB 17-1
CTI personnel travelled to Singapore to attend the Quadrilateral Command and Control Interoperability Board. The intent of this meeting was to enable and ensure interoperability between the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. CTI’s role at the event was to support the United States contingent for spectrum interoperability knowledge, technologies, and capabilities.
CTI participates in Cyber Quest 2017
CTI personnel participated in the Army’s Cyber Quest 2017 held in Fort Gordon, GA. CTI and partners demonstrated capabilities related to Army Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) in a Denied Environment – See more by clicking here
Cyber Quest 2017 – Fort Gordon, GA
CTI attending LANPAC Symposium and Exposition
CTI personnel will be attending the 2017 LANPAC Symposium and Exposition in Honolulu, HI from 23-25 May 2017. The theme for this conference is “Land Forces in the pacific: Advancing Joint and Multi-National Integration.”
CTI to attend SOFIC 2017
CTI personal will once again attend the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC). SOFIC is the “premier venue for the SOF community to interact with industry and to collaborate on the challenges, initiatives and way-ahead in delivering the most cutting-edge capabilities into the hands of SOF operators.”
CTI Attending PACOM Operational Science & Technology Conference
CTI personnel are attending the 2017 PACOM Operational S&T (POST) conference hosted by the U.S. Pacific Command and NDIA. The theme for this year is “Partnering in Science and Technology to Ensure Peace and Stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific” and is being held March 6-10 in Honolulu, HI.
CTI Wins SOCOM SBIR Program
CTI has been awarded the SOCOM163-005 Small Business Innovative Research Phase 1 program which is titled “Cloud Data Synchronization with Limited Bandwidth Communications“. Focused on synchronizing sensor and analytic results to, from, and across cloud infrastructures utilizing disadvantaged, intermittent, and low bandwidth (DIL) communications, the technology developed under this SBIR will provide more timely access to relevant data, reduce the personnel footprint for forward operations, and addressing threats in dynamic environments more effectively.
CTI to participate in CyberQuest 2017
Having had great success participating in the inaugural year of CyberQuest in 2016, CTI will continue to support this Army Cyber and Electronic Warfare (EW) experiment with its advanced integration and visualization/decision support capabilities. CTI will also build on its Thunderstorm “integration fabric” to facilitate systems like the EW Planning and Management Tool (EWPMT), Coalition Joint Spectrum Management and Planning Tool (CJSMPT), and other systems receiving data from and controlling the live, networked sensor/EW array.
CTI to participate in NIE 17.2
CTI is part of a government/industry team showing dismounted Electronic Warfare (EW) and Spectrum Situation Awareness capabilities. The Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) events enable “the Army to synchronize efforts from multiple organizations and stakeholders to obtain insights, recommendations and implementation strategies which provides better information to decision-makers to meet the needs of the Army within budget constraints”.
CTI’s 2017 Underway
CTI has a big year planned in 2017 with participation and support of a number of events including Trident Spectre, CyberQuest, The Army’s Network Integration Evaluation (NIE), Northern Edge, Pacific Sentry, and others. CTI will also continue to expand on its Merlin, Caper, Thunderstorm, and other product lines for its many customers. Finally, CTI will be attending a number of symposia and conventions including ones hosted by the Association of Old Crows (AOC), the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), and others. Happy New Year!