The Defense DepartmentÂ has givenÂ initial purchase orders to Cubic‘sÂ TeraLogics, DTECH Labs andÂ GATR Technologies subsidiaries for the delivery ofÂ Tactical Two-way Sensor Data Transport baseband kits.
Cubic said Monday theÂ integrated T2SDT system to be delivered by its subsidiaries that operate within the Cubic Mission Solutions business division aims toÂ help boostÂ existing Digital Video Broadcasting-Return Channel via Satellite terminal capacity.
Brad Feldmann, Cubic president and CEO, said the award provides the company with an opportunity to demonstrate synergy in its C4ISR strategy and have its subsidiaries work together to provide customers with products and services across a mission chain.
Cubic noted DoD’s Unified Combatant Commands organizationÂ has conductedÂ a series of government evaluations and demonstrations and recognized the TeraLogics’Â Unified Video cloud management applications, DTECH’s network and server components and GATR’s inflatable satellite communication terminal as component parts for T2SDT.
The T2SDTÂ high-data rate, ruggedized Full Motion Video terminals supportÂ the backhaul, storage, reception, transrating,Â transcoding and overall management of real-time FMV that will work to fulfill UCC’s requirement toÂ backhaul sensor data from ISR assets worldwide.
DoD established the UCCÂ to help inÂ command and control of U.S. military forces across the service branches.