The Fuse Process is built on the foundation of user-centric systems engineering. Fuse leverages experience with commercial design and development processes to enable programs to maintain a close collaboration with the warfighter or end user. The Fuse Process steps through four distinct phases with multiple sub-phases. In each phase the user is included and specific deliverables ensure the time/cost/performance metrics are met.
Experience in dynamic military environments drives the Fuse approach to networking. This operational experience lets us approach hard networking problems with creativity. Our personnel led development of the first network solutions for NAVAIR platforms, and we continue to push forward with efficient, secure networking solutions for military and mobile needs.
Fuse understands the needs of Tactical Data Link users, and develops systems that enable TDL data to be shared across IP networks. Decoupling TDL information from rigid hardware architectures gives the DoD new ways to work with near real time tactical information coming from the tactical edge.
Fuse has hands on experience working with large dynamic data sources. Fuse leverages mapping and other software-based tools to provide real time visualization of data for the end-user. Combining numerous data streams into an integrated and effective interface provides unique utility to personnel in the field. Fuse also provides unique utility to operators not in the field by allowing access to the information in a common operational picture.