WHAT: At the 2018 AFCEA West Conference and Exposition, General Dynamics is showcasing its portfolio of innovative technologies, capabilities and platforms designed to strengthen the combined capabilities of the U.S. Navy and the Marines Corp today and tomorrow.
WHEN: February 6-8, 2018 | Visit www.WestConference.org for symposium hours and admissions information.
WHERE: Ground Level, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA
Booth 1605: General Dynamics Information Technology, General Dynamics Mission Systems and General Dynamics NASSCO
General Dynamics Information Technology
General Dynamics IT subject matter experts will be available to discuss effective IT solutions, including managed services, cloud, cybersecurity and unified communications that prioritize mission assurance and integration without exposure to operational risk. We are uniquely positioned to support the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps’ network operational and transformation requirements with our robust capabilities including:
- Enterprise IT Systems Integration and Support – Expanding upon the traditional model, General Dynamics IT provides managed services on an “X-as-a-Service” basis. We have experience with large-scale Enterprise IT systems such as the Enterprise Transport Management Program, which provides IT services for the Pentagon complex.
- Cloud, Cybersecurity and Unified Communications (UC) – General Dynamics IT has proven cloud infrastructure and services at any program stage without service interruption. We provide full lifecycle strategy support with migration management, vendor-agnostic cloud integration, voice, data and video network communications enabling migration to future UC solutions. We have certified secure credentials including, FedRAMP, DIACAP and RMF, and built U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army private cloud environments. Additionally, we built the Air Force Net Increment One supporting 845,000 U.S. Air Force and civilian personnel worldwide.
- Training and Simulation – General Dynamics IT specializes in modeling, simulation, courseware development and special operations training including, mobile training teams, exercise design, scenario development and staff augmentation. We provide live, virtual, constructive gaming within an integrated training environment and support over 50 percent of Army Mission Training Commands.
- Software and Data Analytics – We develop mission software and integrate disparate software systems for the Federal Government and are CMMI, Scrum Master and Service Oriented Architecture certified professionals. General Dynamics IT enhances and modernizes legacy mission software applications for platform and cloud development through agile, virtual machines, cloud computing, analytics and cutting-edge technologies.
General Dynamics Mission Systems
Cyber defense products: The following products, which protect information and networks against persistent threats and defend assets across all domains, will be on display:
- TACLANE®, the world's most widely deployed Type 1 encryptor, continues to provide high-speed interoperable solutions to protect networks and information. The newest addition is the customizable TACLANE-FLEX (KG-175F), scalable to support 100 Mb/s to 1 Gb/s throughput and advanced features that support additional networking and security capability.
- The next generation of encryptor manager, GEM One, is an enterprise-level remote management solution, enables users to easily configure, monitor and maintain a dispersed network of encryptors.
- The ProtecD@R portfolio of standard and customizable data-at-rest encryption products provide confidence that stored information is protected if lost or stolen.
- Sectéra® vIPer™ Universal Secure Phone is the only NSA-certified VoIP phone that protects information classified Top Secret/SCI and below over commercial wired networks.
4G Tactical Backbone: This display highlights the 4G Tactical Backbone that General Dynamics demonstrated at the recent Dawn Blitz exercise at Camp Pendleton, CA. By networking ships comprising an Amphibious Ready Group with a Marine Expeditionary Unit, the 4G Tactical Backbone enables tactical operations, including ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore planning, collaboration, and command and control activities, in a satellite-denied environment.
The Digital Modular Radio (DMR), AN/USC-61(C) provides multiple communication waveforms and multi-level information security for secure tactical and data transmissions aboard U.S. Navy ships and submarines. The latest DMR enhancement increases transmission rates while reducing static and other audio noise for crisp, clear voice communications. The four-channel DMR is the first software defined radio to become a communications standard for the U.S. Navy
General Dynamics NASSCO
Located in San Diego’s historic waterfront, General Dynamics NASSCO designs, builds and repairs ships for the U.S. Navy and commercial customers.
The Expeditionary Mobile Base (ESB’s) are optimized to support a variety of maritime based missions. The ESBs include a flight desk and are designed around four core capabilities: aviation facilities, berthing, equipment staging support, and command and control assets, will be on display.
T-AO 205 Underway Replenishment Oiler will be on display.
- Doug Stone, General Dynamics Information Technology, 703-581-3964 or email@example.com
- Matthew Billingsley, General Dynamics Mission Systems, 202-407-1141 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dennis DuBard, General Dynamics NASSCO, 619-890-7542 or email@example.com
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