AUSA 2017 - A Systematic Success!
This past week, Systematic Inc., whose SitaWare solution was chosen to provide the open-architecture of the United States Army mission command, participated in their most successful AUSA Meeting & Exposition to date.
Friday, October 13, 2017
Systematic Inc., whose SitaWare solution was chosen to provide the open-architecture of the United States Army mission command, participated in the annual AUSA Meeting & Exposition this past week at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Held each October, AUSA is one of the largest land warfare expositions and professional development forums in the world. Over 26,000 attendees are hosted at the event, including high-level leaders from the Army, DoD, foreign dignitaries and other military personnel.
In a recent press release, retired U.S. Army Colonel and president of Systematic Inc. Rafael Torres noted, “AUSA is the perfect platform to display and demonstrate why SitaWare was chosen to provide the open-architecture for the United States Army mission command,” and that’s just what several generals from the United States Army were treated to when they stopped by Systematic’s booth to preview SitaWare in action.
Demonstrations averaged 15-30 minutes and highlighted SitaWare’s ability to meet most of the Army’s C4I requirements right out-of-the-box, its open architecture for integration with legacy and third-party systems, interoperability with NATO allies, and greater situational awareness and security at all levels of command.
This year’s AUSA Meeting & Exposition proved to be the most successful one to date, and Systematic looks forward to repeating that same success in 2018.
(Above, Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend and Lt. Gen. John M. Murray stopped by Systematic's booth at AUSA and discussed C4I solutions and interoperability with Systematic President, Rafael Torres.)