Army Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) in a Denied Environment- June 16th, 2017

Chesapeake Technology Int’l, NAVSYS, and partners demonstrate rapid sensor integration, precision navigation and timing, and spectrum situational understanding.

Online PR News – 16-June-2017 – Fort Gordon, GA – By combining the CTI-developed Thunderstorm „Integration Fabric” comprised from: the NAVSYS-provided DINO-Pos Precision Navigation and Timing (PNT)assurance capability, the Thales Multi-Mission Radio (MMR), the Army’s Nett Warrior Android-based tactical application, and the Government Off-the-Shelf (GOTS) RaptorX – which includes CTI’s CEMA Advanced Planning and Execution Environment (CAPER) plug-in; CTI, NAVSYS, and its partners successfully demonstrated assured Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) capabilities within a denied operational environment during the U.S. Army’s Cyber Quest 2017 experiment held in Fort Gordon, GA June 5-16, 2017.

These command and control (C2) and situational understanding (SU) operations extended between the dismounted, edge environment to the Tactical Operations Center (TOC). The Cyber Quest 2017 experiment is conducted by the Army Cyber Center of Excellence(CCOE) and the Army’s Cyber Battle Lab located at Fort Gordon, GA.

About CTI:
Chesapeake Technology International (CTI), founded in 2000, is a key provider of spectrum, Electronic Warfare (EW), RF cyber, and intelligence capabilities at the operational and tactical level. CTI specializes in advanced modeling and analytics, visualization, and mission automation in support of CEMA, Electromagnetic Battle Management (EMBM), and Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO).rnAbout NAVSYS:rnNAVSYS Corporation, founded in 1986 by Dr. Alison Brown, has business locations in Colorado Springs and Sedalia, Colorado. NAVSYS is a research and development small business, focusing on positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) technologies. The company specializes in assured positioning systems, inertial navigation, and network assisted solutions for both military and commercial applications.

Points of Contact:
Mr. Dustan Hellwig
CTI Chief Technologist

Dr. Alison Brown
NAVSYS President and CEO