Rockwell Collins cordially invites attendees to visit the company’s booth (#1945) during Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit on April 28-30, 2016.
The exhibit will showcase how Rockwell Collins’ smart, affordable and flexible next-generation solutions are helping Army Aviation successfully execute its missions. From open systems avionics, networked communications, and assured military PNT solutions to full spectrum LVC-enable blended training and service support, Rockwell Collins is the Army’s one-stop, proven source.
Featured in the booth will be:
The Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) demonstrator – Initially developed for the SOA MH-47G Chinook and MH-60L/M Black Hawk aircraft, CAAS is a fully integrated flight and mission management capability that provides exceptional mission effectiveness. The CAAS system incorporates cockpit flight and mission management, as well as integrates multiple communications, navigation, weapons and mission sensor subsystems for reduced crew workload and improved operational effectiveness and safety.
TruNet™, the first software defined network communications solution – including ground, airborne and handheld radios, advanced networking waveforms, apps, ancillaries and services – to ensure secure connectivity between ground and airborne elements. Flexing to your unique mission requirements, TruNet gives you complete control of your networked communications across the entire battlespace. Truly unprecedented capability that’s available now.
DIGAR-300 GPS anti-jam antenna electronics – DIGAR-300 is built on field-proven GPS anti-jam weapons technology and state-of-the art signal processing techniques. As the premier military GPS and anti-jam provider for weapons such as the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP), Excalibur and others, Rockwell Collins now offers this superior digital beamforming anti-jam capability to airborne users.
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