The US Department of Defence (DoD) has purchased Raytheon Solipsys' Tactical Component Network (TCN) technology under a US$45.5m contract for sensor fusion and advanced networking technology.
Raytheon Solipsys, a subsidiary of Raytheon Integrated Defence Systems, is also providing run-time licensing of its Tactical Display Framework visualization product at no cost to all DoD and Missile Defence Agency programmes.
Raytheon Solipsys president Mark Tenor says: "TCN provides a critical war fighting capability in the form of a sensor netting framework to achieve a single integrated picture and joint interoperability."
"TCN also provides a path forward for a joint framework to support an interoperable 'plug-and-fight' architecture, which is needed by the war fighter today."
By staff writer