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Fuse Joined Consortium Partners to Demo Target Recognition Capabilities at USSOCOM TE 23-2

“As conflict becomes increasingly waged through the cyber domain, the ability to utilize high-quality data becomes paramount in shortening the decision-making cycle,” said Sumner Lee, CEO of Fuse. “It was an honor to participate in TE 23-2, supporting USSOCOM’s search for next-gen technologies to deliver strategic advantages to our special operation forces.”

Team SIRENS SONG, which includes Dynamic Systems Inc., Rebellion DefensePhelps2020, Sensepoint-ai (formerly Blender Logic) and Fuse, showcased its solution to advance target recognition, network the operational environment and accelerate data-informed decision-making for U.S. joint and special operators. The consortium is developing a solution to accelerate target detection, classification, tracking and dynamic task management across a heterogeneous community of platforms (manned and unmanned) and sensors. These technologies will heighten a warfighter’s ability to sense, make sense of the operational environment and act – all on a single platform, with the potential to extend that capability to a community of manned and unmanned platforms.

“Our team’s goal is to provide the warfighter greater awareness, faster, to enable better and more fluid decision-making,” said Rob Buzby, Team SIRENS SONG lead and account manager at Dynamic Systems Inc.

At TE 23-2, Fuse detailed the company’s tactical edge networking architecture and CORE® virtualized network system functionality. It also displayed its Tactical Technologies Toolset remote network monitoring and management product and utilized virtual network test bed capability to demonstrate data flows across the network.

About Fuse IntegrationFuse is a warfighter-focused engineering and design firm providing innovative communications, networking and computing solutions for defense customers. The company’s virtualized network systems, tactical edge network and airborne networking gateway products improve the sharing of information, video, text and voice among warfighters throughout airborne, maritime and ground environments. Fuse is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business with headquarters in San Diego and a corporate office in Washington, D.C.


Fuse Hires Former DoD Acquisition Program Management Expert to Round Out Stellar PM Team

Fuse is delighted to announce that we’ve hired defense program management veteran Amy Ruzauskas as Program Manager for our CORE® family of virtualized network systems. Supporting Fuse’s transition to fleet deployments for our software, hardware and integrated systems, strong program managers are increasingly essential for overseeing our three product lines. Ruzauskas, who joins Fuse from her role as Assistant Program Manager at the U.S. Army, rounds out our expert program management team. 

“Fuse’s continued growth and integrated product initiatives are driving a need for broader programmatic oversight and development,” said Dennis Wojcik, Director of Programs. “Our program managers are critical to our success, and we are delighted that Amy is joining the team.”

Our PMs help ensure timely and innovative product development and maintenance across multiple customers and product lines in service of our mission to provide critical solutions for the warfighter. Combining engineering expertise with program management skills, each PM has deep experience across the military and with industry primes.

  • Amy Ruzauskas | CORE Program Manager. Amy brings more than 20 years of defense acquisition program management experience to her new role. She has expertise with both commercial and military satellite communications. She holds a PMP certification and earned a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, an M.S. in Technical Management from Johns Hopkins University and a certificate in Space Systems from Naval Postgraduate School. 
  • Samantha Lei | T3 Program Manager. Samantha joined Fuse in 2022 to manage the company’s Tactical Technologies Toolset (T3) remote network and system monitoring and management product. She places a heavy emphasis on systems engineering as well as systems integration and testing. Before joining Fuse, she worked in senior systems engineering roles for nearly 20 years. Samantha holds a B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Maryland.
  • Santosh Philip | Integrated Systems Program Manager. Santosh has been at Fuse for nearly five years and is skilled at understanding and refining software processes, including the critical steps of defining and establishing system and software requirements to meet customer needs. He leads key product development areas including the joint TENTaCLE architecture and our DARE airborne networking gateway. Harnessing more than 20 years experience in senior engineering roles, he is accomplished in managing multiple cross functional development programs and in directing the design and architecture of engineering software applications. Santosh earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Design Thinking Blitz with Warfighters

Fuse is investing in our nation’s sailors and the Maritime Domain by working directly with active-duty U.S. Navy experts in the development of advanced technologies. Warfighter workshops build a working relationship between users (warfighters), experts, and stakeholders and the Fuse engineering and design team. This close partnership and collaboration enables Fuse engineers to design and develop products and capabilities applicable to our Navy’s requirements for mission success. Throughout the past month Fuse engaged a host of end users of our Tactical Technologies Toolset (T3) product to improve functionality and add features and capabilities requested by the user.

The T3 team conducted workshops with system experts, product owners, and uniformed warfighters to immediately prototype the requested modifications to the Graphic User Interface and add enhanced capability to the system. Fuse overcame COVID induced hurdles and conduct these workshops over Microsoft Teams, using innovative digital whiteboard and workflow products to bridge the digital divide.  The only way to accelerate deployment of game-changing capabilities to the fleet is to work closely with the warfighter, and that is where our team is focused. 


T3 gets U.S. Navy DADMS Approval

The U.S. Navy added Fuse Integration’s Tactical Technologies Toolset (T3) to the Department of the Navy (DoN) Application and Database Management System (DADMS) list. DADMS is the Navy’s authoritative record of software applications approved for use in all Navy and Marine Corps software, equipment, and devices.

T3 is a remote monitoring solution for multi-domain operations providing users with an enterprise view of distributed fleet networks, systems, and an intuitive layout of radar settings and status. This advanced technology significantly enhances the capabilities of operators and decision-makers in today’s dynamic operational environment.

Such recognition and achievement for Fuse Integration further highlights the company’s long-standing commitment to the nation’s warfighters at the tactical edge.