Senior Airman Wesley Mann, tactical air control party/joint terminal attack controller, sets up a low gain satellite communications antenna. As the C5ISR Center’s annual accountability event, NetModX uses field-based experimentation to inform acquisition decisions, Army science and technology specifications, requirements and strategies.

Army experiment evaluates communications systems’ ability to mitigate threats

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The Army will use a series of assessments to improve network and communications resiliency during a field experiment this summer ...More

The Project Bloodhound MRZR all-terrain vehicle sits at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, in 2019.

Army prototypes IVAS network capabilities for tactical vehicles

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) is using rapid prototyping to integrate tactical network systems, which will enhance functionality of the Soldier-worn Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS), onto combat vehicles. ... More

Pfc. Cassie Cowell and Sgt. Zachary Teisher, with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, assemble a very small aperture terminal communications satellite. NetModX is an annual field-based experiment event that informs acquisition decisions, Army science and technology (S&T) specifications, requirements and strategies.

Army explores network resiliency during annual experiment

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) is heading out of the laboratory and “into the field” this summer to develop a blueprint for the future of network communications technologies.....More

Army C5ISR Center test engineer David Mobley conducts testing on positioning, navigation and timing equipment at Aberdeen Proving Ground in June 2020.

Army evaluates upgraded GPS devices for robust battlefield communication

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. Army Futures Command (AFC) engineers are evaluating next-generation positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) devices to ensure they are effective before production and fielding. .... More

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