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Ultra I&C Participates at NATO Network Assessment Event to Support Marine Corps CJADC2 Effort

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Ultra I&C Participates at NATO Network Assessment Event to Support Marine Corps CJADC2 Effort

Ultra Intelligence & Communications has deployed its ADSI tactical command and control system to a NATO network assessment event in support of the U.S. Marine Corps.

The company is under a cooperative research and development agreement with Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, through which Ultra I&C used the ADSI solution to connect joint and coalition forces during the Federated Mission Networking Coalition Interoperability Assurance and Validation Joint Command and Control Assessment.

“ADSI integrates legacy data links with modern IP networks and the cutting-edge technology of emerging next-generation systems, ensuring all participants in the network have access to the full spectrum of capabilities now and in the future,” said Bradford Powell, president of C21&E at Ultra l&C.

The company’s participation at FMN CIAV supports Project Dynamis, the Marine Corps initiative focused on modernizing networks to contribute to the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control warfighting concept. The event helped generate information for a data-driven approach to modernization.

According to Powell, the collaboration enabled connecting U.S. and coalition units in configurations not previously seen.

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