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Delivery of Extended Transportable ULS capabilities to US Navy - SPAWAR

As a follow-on to the deliveries of the Transportable Universal Link System (ULS) to the US Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) System Center Atlantic (SSCA), ISI S.A has fulfilled a new contract for the delivery of a number of capability enhancements to the ULS in order to satisfy SSCA’s project specific requirements.

The Transportable ULS with Command & Control (C2) and Link 11 capabilities is used in a Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) program as part of the ground support equipment. Amongst the new capabilities of the ULS is the propagation of the tactical display, as exchanged in Link 11, to the SSCA ground C2 system.
“The series of sales to the US NAVY SSCA is evidence that our ULS product meets the demanding needs of our customers in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Throughout this longstanding cooperation with SSCA our ULS product has proved its expandability and interoperability with other ground replay systems and radio test platforms. We are proud to be a trusted supplier of SSCA and will strive to maintain their confidence in our products and services” said Dimitris Karantzavelos, General Manager of ISI S.A.

The ULS is a versatile Multi-link Gateway and is in service, in various configurations in several countries around the world. The system can host multiple network links, Link 11 (TADIL A), Link 16 (TADIL J), IJMS simultaneously as well as multiple combinations of NATO Link 1, Link 11B (TADIL B), ADTL-1 and JREAP.


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SSCA is a world leader in providing the US Navy, US Department of Defense and Allied partners Command and Control (C2) solutions with a special emphasis on interoperability.  SSCA has a proven track record of integrating multiple best of breed systems, such as ISI’ ULS, and integrating them into a seamless C2 system that meets all customer requirements. 

ISI S.A. is engaged in the design, development, integration, installation, testing, and follow-on support of software intensive Tactical Command, Control and Communications Systems (C3I), Data Link and Interoperability Solutions and Simulators for Testing and Training purposes.

Source : ISI Hellas

Published on ASDNews: Apr 2, 2013

 

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