Fill out the form below to watch a recording of this webcast:

By clicking 'Watch Webcast' you agree to sign up for the Defense News Market Intelligence Newsletter to receive similar content.
You also agree to share your information with Silvus Technologies. Silvus's use of that information is subject to its own separate privacy policy, which may differ from ours.

©2023 Sightline Media Group. All rights reserved.



May 16, 2023

Networked forces that can share real-time information are the future of warfare, but those forces will often be operating in areas where communications infrastructure is inaccessible or the RF spectrum is contested by adversaries. That means forces need to take the tactical network with them, and it must be reliable, secure, and robust enough to stand up to interference and electronic attack — providing data information sharing at the speed of relevancy. A number of technologies exist to help meet those goals, including MANET radios and self-forming, self-healing mesh networks that provide data connectivity at the tactical edge. In addition, the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) initiative envisions empowering commanders with the capabilities to connect sensors to shooters across all warfighting domains, and throughout the electromagnetic spectrum. In this webcast, C4ISRNET examined the challenges of establishing and using communications networks in congested and contested environments, including the security, scalability, and EW resiliency needed to achieve spectrum dominance.


Guest Speakers:

Ward Roberts

Assistant Program Executive Officer, PEO C3T

Jimi Henderson

Vice President of Sales,
Silvus Technologies