Rockwell Collins selects Vortex OpenSplice DDS to support its Tactical Air Control Party Modernization Program.
Vortex OpenSplice DDS enables interoperability and real-time data sharing for mission critical command and control systems.
The Vortex OpenSplice™ DDS product suite has been selected by Rockwell Collins to support its latest Networked Joint Fires (NJF) software powered by Rosetta Technology®.
Rockwell Collins' NJF software provides a modern, mission-centric graphical user interface, updated information exchange capabilities and integration with US and International defense forces in an all-inclusive, digital machine-to-machine close air support and surface-to-surface field artillery targeting solution, enabling interoperability with command and control and aircraft systems such as the Theater Battle Management Control System (TBMCS) and the Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS). NJF controls and monitors a host of tactical radios, modems, data links, navigation devices, laser range finders, and video receivers, enabling the modern warfighter to have a highly configurable tactical application for vehicular and dismounted strike and situational awareness mission operations.
Vortex OpenSplice DDS is the leading (commercial and Open Source) implementation of the Object Management Group™'s (OMG™) Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems standard. OpenSplice DDS has been designed to optimally address the real-time information distribution and management challenges posed by high performance real-time command and control (C2) systems. Vortex OpenSplice DDS sets new levels of performance, robustness, scalability, fault-tolerance and portability (platform support).
Rockwell Collins announces new SDR Offering with Spectra SDR products.
Rockwell Collins has announced the introduction of its new Software Defined Radio Software Communications Architecture Waveform Development System (SCA WDS).
Under the terms of the agreement, Rockwell Collins will bundle its FlexNet Four Radio with the Spectra Software Defined Radio (SDR) development products. This allows international customers and SDR users to develop their own SCA-compliant waveforms, either new or reformatted legacy, on SCA -compliant military specified radios.
"As a leader in developing Software Defined Radio solutions, we continue to look for ways to broaden our offerings and bring greater capabilities to our customers," said Bruce King, vice president and general manager of Communications Systems for Rockwell Collins. "This relationship enables us to offer unparalleled capability in the development of SCA compliant SDR waveforms."