The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] will focus on new and enduring network capabilities that connect and protect warfighters during the MILCOM 2011 Conference and Exposition, Nov. 7-10 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Additionally, Boeing will serve as the corporate host during the conference's 30th year of gathering leaders from the military, industry and academia to promote and discuss all aspects of military communications technologies and services.
"Our customers face complex challenges in accomplishing their missions in today's rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected world. The company's focus is building and delivering enduring value to help our military customers succeed in key areas such as networking, advanced communications, cybersecurity and battlespace awareness," said Jeff Trauberman, Boeing vice president of Government Operations. "Boeing is committed to providing our customers with the right solutions and affordable tools to enable them to meet their information, communications and networking challenges."
Boeing's booth will feature hands-on demonstrations and models that showcase its enduring connectivity, awareness and innovation solutions. Some of the solutions include its Wideband Global SATCOM satellites; Combat Survivor Evader Locator radio; Family of Advanced Beyond Line-of Sight Terminals (FAB-T); Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS); Phased Array Antenna; Phantom Eye unmanned aircraft; Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Enterprise Network Manager; NarusInsight Solution for Cyber Protection; eXMeritus; and Network Enabled Mission Command.
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