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Our CEO, Dustan Hellwig, spoke today at the AOC EW Europe Conference in Stockholm on the necessity of a multi-national, collaborative approach to Electromagnetic Warfare, emphasizing the need for Open, share-able software systems in combating...
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AFRL in Rome, NY hosted an industry day to brief the Connectivity and Dissemination Core Technical Competency (CTC) upcoming opportunities and acquisitions. At this event, companies and organizations were given 15 minutes to brief their capabilities to the sub-CTC leads. CTI provided an overview of their various technical capabilities across the Connectivity and Dissemination mission spaces.
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CTI personnel were “on island” for three weeks supporting the 25th Infantry Division in their yearly command exercise: Lightening Forge. CTI provided planning and execution capabilities to the Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) cell within the unit’s J39 organization at the division as well as at the brigade echelon. CTI also supported planning for the Opposing Forces (OPFOR) that...
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CTI provided key coordination and support for successful execution of the RapidX 18.2 event sponsored by NAVAIR and the USMC. This event focused on training and rapid development on the Raptor and Tactical Assault Kit (TAK) platforms and resulted in the rapid development of new cyber, Electronic Warfare (EW), and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) capabilities for the special and conventional...
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CTI participated in the third Vigilant Hammer experiment hosted recently by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). At this event, CTI showcased its “Ampere” Electromagnetic Battle Management (EMBM) suite of capabilities incorporating spectrum situation awareness, automated course of action (COA) generation, and remote sensor data ingest and command and control (C2). CTI’s...
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Once again, CTI participated at the recent Trident Spectre experiment held near Virginia Beach, VA. CTI provided “Raptor Suite” integration development and support for a variety of participants and also showcased a number of new and relevant Raptor-based capabilities from across the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Electronic Warfare (EW), special communications, and other Special...
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CTI provided its Caper (CEMA Advanced Planning, Execution, and Review) and Thunderstorm “integration fabric” capabilities to both the 25th Infantry Division and the 101st Airborne at their recent Joint Readiness Training Center rotations. CTI integrated with EW system vendors such as LGS and DRT to provide unprecedented EW capabilities to these tactical units.
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CTI will once again be supporting the CyberQuest series of experiments with its Thunderstorm “integration fabric” and its Caper CEMA Planning, Execution, and Review capabilities. CTI is working with numerous EW vendors and systems to incorporate their capabilities into a seamless tactical EW operating environment.
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CTI’s CEO/CTO, Mr. Dustan Hellwig, will be speaking at the upcoming AOC EW Europe conference in Lausenne, Switzerland. The conference theme is “Shaping the Future of EW & Electromagnetic Operations in a Complex World”. Mr. Hellwig’s brief, titled “Electromagnetic Maneuver in a Multi-National Electromagnetic Operating Environment”, will be delivered on Thursday, 07 June.
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CTI’s CEO/CTO Dustan Hellwig spoke at the recent AFCEA C4I and Cyber Technology Symposium hosted by the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) from Rome, NY and the Erie Canal Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). This symposium was held in Utica, NY and consisted of briefs from the various Core Technical Competency (CTC) leads from AFRL as well as a number...
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CTI once again provided the core architecture and the primary Cyber/Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) operator’s display for the CyberQuest series of experiments at the Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE) at Fort Gordon, GA. CTI aided in the integration of a wide array of cyber and EW sensor systems, provided integration between the echelons represented at the experiment, and helped CEMA...
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