Systematic Inc. at AUSA 2017
Providing the Open Architecture for United States Army Mission Command
Press releaseFriday, October 6, 2017
Systematic Inc. at AUSA 2017 - Providing the Open Architecture for United States Army Mission Command
Systematic Inc., whose SitaWare solution was chosen to provide the open-architecture of the United States Army mission command, will attend and participate in the annual AUSA Meeting & Exposition on Oct. 9-11, 2017 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. AUSA is one of the largest land warfare expositions and professional development forums in the world. Systematic Inc. will be exhibiting its technology at booth No. 219 in Hall A.
Held each October, AUSA is comprised of informative presentations, workshops, meetings and panel discussions on the state of the Army and topics of military and national security. A three-day event, AUSA has more than 500 industry and military exhibits displayed in over 250,000 net square feet of exhibit space. Over 26,000 attendees are hosted at the event, including high-level leaders from the Army, DoD, foreign dignitaries and other military personnel.
“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,” says retired U.S. Army Colonel and president of Systematic Inc., Rafael Torres. “We look forward to AUSA and discussing how we can continue to provide support for our warfighters not only in the Army, but in other areas of the DoD.”
A key part of the development of the U.S. Army’s Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE) SitaWare is comprised of six different computing environments (CE) that include the dismounted, handheld CE, vehicle-centered mounted CE and the static command post CE (CPCE).
SitaWare was chosen by U.S. Army mission command because of its ability to meet its existing C4I requirements and needs out-of-the-box. SitaWare significantly increases operational flexibility and reduces deployment time while delivering extensive interoperability capabilities, and can be accessed directly from a standard browser, giving instant access to a full C4I system from any computer within the network. No client installation is needed and a typical deployment can be carried out in just hours rather than weeks or months. SitaWare requires only minimal training, making it a highly economical solution to deploy and maintain. Its open architecture allows for customized extensions and integration with legacy and third-party systems, while its intuitive interface enables users to make full and operational use of the C4I system’s rich capabilities supporting mission critical decision-making in high stress situations.
A team of Systematic staff from various disciplines will be available to discuss SitaWare’s many benefits and provide demonstrations to show the comprehensive toolset and its ease of use.
To schedule a meeting onsite at AUSA, please contact Melissa Mullins at 703-969-8160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Systematic Inc.
Systematic Inc. was incorporated in 1997 and has offices in Centreville, Virginia. It supplies software products and services to the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and Homeland Security on some of the nation’s most sensitive programs.