Anduril said Tuesday it will integrate its Lattice software with Aalyria’s Spacetime networking orchestration platform through the partnership.
The Lattice open operating system works to create an operating view of the battlefield by parsing data from data sources and third-party sensors to help operators understand the risks, make decisions and perform tactical actions.
Spacetime from Aalyria is designed to deliver network orchestration capabilities that can build, remedy and manage mesh communications networks across ground, maritime, air and space domains using any radio frequency band.
“Bringing together these two technologies will greatly expand battlefield capabilities, providing self-healing and resilient communications networks that haven’t before been possible,” said Aalyria CEO Chris Taylor.
“We’re pleased to partner with Aalyria to leverage our complimentary software, hardware and communications capabilities to deliver resilient communications and command and control capabilities for the U.S. Government mission partners,” said Zach Mears, senior vice president and head of strategy at Anduril.
Aalyria and Anduril plan to demonstrate their technologies later in 2023. In July 2022, the two companies received other transaction contracts from the Defense Innovation Unit to perform work on the Hybrid Space Architecture program, which seeks to build a network architecture that uses government and commercial space assets across diverse orbits to provide low-latency, secure data communications across the globe.