The latest Silvus CONNECT quarterly newsletter keeps you connected to the latest Silvus news, events, collaborations, and product innovations. This installment includes highlights from AUSA Annual 2023, the introduction of StreamCaster PRISM, a new family of modular, sectorized antennas, and the appointment of defense industry veteran, Gorik Hossepian as our new COO.
Learn how secure and protected tactical communication solutions are empowering the warfighter to achieve mission objectives, even as they come under electronic attack.
Leaders in every industry want perfect data intelligence to make optimal decisions quickly. And technology has evolved to produce intuitive cloud dashboards with single-view-pane information graphics to give leaders just that.
Babak Daneshrad, chief executive of Silvus Technologies Inc., likes to think of the company as a pioneer in wireless technology. The Westwood-based outfit develops technology for us by military forces, law enforcement and first responders.
Authored by Silvus Technologies Director of Sales, Greg Dunbar – this Special Report outlines the Tactical Bubble concept for Customs and Border protection agencies. Learn how MANET radios can quickly form a robust and resilient RF mesh network, connecting and relaying imagery and data across border surveillance infrastructure sensors, Air & Marine Operations, unmanned aerial vehicles and agents in the field. Together these create a powerful toolset of capabilities that can increase officer and agent safety, tighten national security and improve operational effectiveness.
Silvus Director of Army Strategic Programs, Colonel (Ret.) Mike Kell, spoke with European Security & Defence Magazine about how Silvus is providing the critical communications infrastructure for the US Army’s Integrated Tactical Network.
When the United States Golf Association (USGA) announced that the 2021 US Open was taking place at the famed Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, CA, there was an excitement in and around the city. As city officials began to prepare for the June event, and with COVID restrictions loosening per vaccination, security and crowd management became top of mind.
In the United States, an estimated 114,000 people were waiting for organ transplants, and only 30% of those got their organs on time in 2019. According to Kaiser Health News and Reveal from the Center of Investigative Reporting, nearly 170 organs could not be transplanted. Almost 370 endured near misses with delays of two hours or more because of transportation problems.
From the simple radiotelegraphy experiments of Guglielmo Marconi to the sophisticated wireless systems of today, scientists have learned to harness the communications capacity of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum in phenomenal ways. As wireless communications evolve, one of the most promising advances is in transmit beamforming – when a wireless transmitter targets a specific receiving device rather than sending its signal like a broadcast antenna for any receiver to pick up.
The drive for increased capacity means the military can adopt commercially developed waveforms but adapt them for tighter security.