The requirements of modern Command and Control, Situational Awareness, Real-Time Into and Out of Cockpit, and Network-Centric Warfare all demand the secure transmission of tactical data in as near real-time as possible. Especially in Joint or Combined Operations, the continuous and automatic update of secure voice and data between networks of users is fundamental to effective deployment and to the success of the mission.
Military Data Links provide a method to transfer situational awareness and critical information exchange in all combat environments. This cutting-edge seminar will examine the key issues and identify the principal challenges ahead for Tactical Data Link technology in the military arena. Get the most current information on major Data Link programs, current and expected. Analyze the various types of Data Link systems, their functional, operational and technical characteristics. Get a firm grasp on the various network structures, management and protocols. Understand the impact of the transition to Internet Protocol on modern Military Data Links. As an Engineer, Program Manager or Business Developer this course will tell you:
- What Practical Guidelines can be used for Architecture Selection and System Design Trade-Offs?
- New Methods Being Developed to Radically Improve Your Data Link Performance
- Tools & Techniques for Overcoming Platform Integration Challenges
- Market Trends and Future Opportunities Forecast
"This is the best TTC course I have ever attended!"
Advanced Programs, Director, Raytheon
“An Excellent Seminar!”
Associate Director for Missile Technology, US ARMY Aviation & Missile Command
Current and Future Military Data Links
- Evaluation of OSD / Service Data Link Plans, Needs and Initiatives
- A Look at Future Data Links: MR-TCDL, N-CDL, TTNT, JTRS WNW, SRW
- A Detailed Technical Description of Links 4, 11, 16, MIDS/JTIDS, EPLRS and more… How they work Today and in the Future
- Understanding how the Latest JTRS Requirements Impact Data Link Development
- Guidelines for Integrating Data Links on Inhabited vs. Uninhabited Platforms
- Meeting Data Link Requirements for thefor the Next Generation IPv6: N-CDL, FCS, WIN-T, and more
Crowne Plaza Washington National Airport
1480 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202
Tel: (703) 416-1600 or (800) 2-CROWNE