On-Demand: Secure Live, Real-Time Data Drives Relevance into MS&T Systems

Aired November 18, 2021

As the US DoD transitions into a data-centric enterprise, deriving real-time intelligence from a vast array of multi-supplier, multi-service, and multi-national sensing assets, it must also evolve its training systems to enable “train as you fight” scenarios. It must include mission command and control (C2) scenarios that span the tactical edge over LAN, WAN, and cloud networks with disconnected, congested, and intermittent data delivery environments. The networks supporting these scenarios need to be built upon a Zero-Trust foundation, efficiently securing data elements with appropriate authentication, access control, and supplier and data element specific cryptography.

This session will discuss how the DDS connectivity framework meets the stringent interoperability and real-time requirements supporting a wide swath of industries and is currently proven in thousands of deployed systems.

Presented by

Chip Downing, Senior Market Development Director, Aerospace & Defense, RTI

Rob Proctor, Senior Field Application Engineer, RTI