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Reaching key objectives more quickly than ever before

Reaching key objectives more quickly than ever before

Comtech has a significant focus and investment in cybersecurity solutions and capabilities. The result is a range of applications and capabilities that run the gamut from secure networking to Comtech’s next-gen high-speed TRANSEC card. With modernization a top priority for the US Department of Defense (DoD), Comtech is committed to enabling government agencies and defense forces to reach those key objectives more quickly than ever before. Daniel Gizinski, President of Comtech Satellite Network Technologies, Inc. details the company’s strategy for ensuring those users have secure satcom solutions that are failsafe and easy to use.

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

The missing digital thread that will redefine military equipment support

The missing digital thread that will redefine military equipment support

Military organizations invested heavily in technology and supporting software to manage weapons platforms and in-house IT infrastructure; however, data collection, analytics and execution have so far fallen behind the digital curve. It is this digital thread for data-driven equipment, logistics, and support that will develop and drive change in 2022—with serviced equipment support up by 10 percent, a four-fold increase in naval digitization, and sustainment of unmanned systems that are set to grow in usage by one-third.

Matt Medley, Industry Director, Defence Manufacturing, IFS

Matt Medley, Industry Director, Defence Manufacturing, IFS

The future of battlespace C4ISR

The future of battlespace C4ISR

Several key elements are driving C4ISR capabilities forward in today’s ever evolving and increasingly complex battlespace. They include spectrum and platform availability, the use of secure frequencies, and increased reliance on unmanned platforms.

Colin Waite, UK Business Development Manager at Enterprise Control Systems

Colin Waite, UK Business Development Manager at Enterprise Control Systems

Prime sustainability

Prime sustainability

The combined market cap of the top five Prime contractors in the US is close to US$500 billion which provides some idea of just how big their environmental footprint is. All five companies—Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Technologies, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, and General Dynamics—currently have environmental stewardship and social responsibility woven into their business practices. What’s more, they provide the world with a detailed overview of their accomplishments and long-term goals on a yearly basis in the form of an annual Sustainability or Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) report. We share some of the highlights from the 2021 reports and invite you to take a close look at them on our website.

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group