Webinar Series: Voyager Connected Battlefield
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During the connected battlefield webinar series, we looked at how the same Voyager components can be used in a backpack, mounted in a vehicle or plane, and rolled onto a ship. The goal of this online series was for you to understand how a modular approach to your mission can add flexibility, reduce your downtime and reduce your total cost of ownership.
Series schedule at a glance:
Episode #1 – Introduction to the Voyager Connected Battlefield
Episode #2 – Deployable ISR and Man Pack
Episode #3 – Assault and Mobile Command Post
Episode #4 – Tactical Operations Center
Herman Leybovich, Vice President of Engineering at Klas Telecom Government
Marty Distel, Senior Sales Engineer at Klas Telecom Government
Chris Nienke, Senior Sales Engineer at Klas Telecom Government
Daniel Morris, Senior Sales Engineer at Klas Telecom Government
Webinar Schedule with Dates and Descriptions:
April 14, 2020 at 1300 EST– Episode #1: Introduction to the Voyager Connected Battlefield (30 minutes)
April 21, 2020 at 1300 EST – Episode #2: Deployable ISR and Man Pack (30 minutes)
The ISR capability is required at every stage of the mission. Pulling in, processing and distributing video on the battlefield can be bulky and complex so we make it modular, lightweight and simple to deploy in a man-packable form factor with Voyager.
April 28, 2020 at 1300 EST – Episode #3: Assault and Mobile Command Post (30 minutes)
Vehicle-based integrations can be difficult to implement due to the size and configuration of legacy communications equipment on the market. The Voyager suite is designed to be optionally mounted in vehicles in 1, 2, 4 and 8 module configurations and is able to withstand the harshest environments.
May 5, 2020 at 1300 EST – Episode #4: Tactical Operations Center (30 minutes)
Multi-enclave addresses the need for classification on the go. Voyager supports any combination of enclaves and rapidly establishes network connectivity across numerous transports while providing access to multiple enclave, interconnecting systems for a complete C4ISR experience.
May 12, 2020 at 1300 EST – Episode #5: Naval Expeditionary (30 minutes)
Reducing SWaP for ship-to-shore movements without reducing capabilities allows enhanced freedom of movement while maintaining robust communications during land-based operations. Providing hyperconverged environments as well as Virtual Desktop Infrastructure in support of shipboard communications networks allows on demand provisioning services and applications.
May 19, 2020 at 1300 EST – Episode #6: En Route Communications and Airborne C2 (30 minutes)
With Voyager, Service Members can have access to services and applications while moving to an objective or while transmitting the area of operations. This is important for maintaining situational awareness and a common operating picture of advanced forces, en route forces and airflow/movement status of remaining forces.