Good news! We’re delighted to announce the release of our white paper, JADC2: Tactical Edge Networking to Win in Great Power Competition, which outlines communications challenges facing the U.S. military at the tactical edge. It also highlights promising initiatives and innovative technologies designed to ensure that joint-force warfighters will be able to securely communicate with each other and with command centers, without having to consider interoperability limitations.
“U.S. and allied defense forces are facing an increasingly dynamic landscape across the globe. The race is on to ensure reliable, secure warfighter communications despite our adversaries’ interference,” said Sumner Lee, CEO of Fuse Integration. “We’re eager to share this white paper, which starts and ends by placing the warfighter at the center of communication advancements – and the initiatives underway to support them in delaying, degrading or denying adversary aggression in the battlespace.”
In a great power competition, the United States, China and Russia are competing to shape security norms, trades and technologies around the world. The Fuse white paper emphasizes that battles will not be won with “the most advanced technology or the biggest bombs.” Instead, “the key to tactical edge missions and victories in the modern era is information dominance that enables decisive action.”
In addition to designing products that deliver tactical edge communications, Fuse is actively demonstrating and delivering its tactical edge networking capability to defense clients. In October, Fuse successfully conducted another live-flight demonstration at the Office of Naval Research’s Technical Concept Experiment, which replicated expeditionary operations in a contested littoral environment. Fuse next moves on to no less than three separate flight events within the first half of next year.
To read the full white paper, download it from our website.