C5ISR Center Director Patrick O’Neill and Michael Skurla, the Center’s director for software engineering, served as national judges for the 2019-2020 finals.

Army volunteers encourage student innovation during national STEM competition

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. An Army Futures Command research and development center received the Army Volunteer Award for supporting efforts in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) during the eCYBERMISSION National Judging & Educational Event, June 17-19 ...More

Pvt. Pona Aga, a signal support specialist assigned to 258th Network Support Company, “Superior Voices,” 100th Brigade Support Battalion, 75th Field Artillery Brigade, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, prepares a high frequency radio system during the battalion’s field training exercise, Sept. 8, 2019, on Fort Sill. Rather than having a signal spread in all directions from a broadcast antenna, as it normally would, directional beamforming focuses a wireless signal toward a specific receiving device.

Army aims to bring improved beamforming technology to battlefield by 2025

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The Army is examining ways to bring improved directional beamforming technology to the battlefield within the next five years. ... More

C5ISR Center electronics technician Derik Williams (left) and senior power and energy subject matter expert Frank Calkins demonstrate the M800 power distribution system prototype at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, in March 2020.

Army modernizes expeditionary power for field hospitals

FORT BELVOIR, Va. — The Army is modernizing power distribution equipment to provide upgraded capabilities that will improve performance and reliability for field hospitals....More

A student in the Special Forces Communications Sergeant course uses an AV-2125 satellite antenna with an AN/PRC-117G satellite radio during training at the Yarborough Training Complex at Fort Bragg.  A next-generation cellular network technology, network slicing will improve the versatility and flexibility of tactical networks and gain an advantage during multi-domain operations

5G network slicing technology will transform Army networks

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The Army will use next-generation cellular network technology to improve the versatility and flexibility of tactical networks and gain an advantage during multi-domain.... More

C5ISR Center computer scientist Zach Kjellberg (standing) and electronics engineer John Tangradi conduct research on PNT systems at Aberdeen Proving Ground in October 2019.

Army develops prototype for PNT rapid tech insertion

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) is developing and testing an improved process for quickly delivering positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) capabilities to the field. ... More

Satellite Constellations

Army field experiments to incorporate commercial satellite constellations

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) is incorporating emerging commercial satellite constellations and technologies into its upcoming field experiments to enable the Army’s Network community to better understand their potential applications. ...More

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