Pacific Defense, a leading open systems integrator that provides products and solutions based on Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA), has announced that it has signed a contract with the United States Marines to deliver multiple SX-3000 systems in support of The MAGTF Electronic Warfare Ground Family of Systems (MEGFoS) static site system evaluation effort. This contract was announced after Pacific Defense announced that it had signed a contract with the United States Marines to deliver multiple SX-3000 systems.
According to businesswire MEGFoS is a type of electronic warfare system that, in addition to offering limited counter communications capabilities, serves to defend against threats posed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and unmanned aerial surveillance aircraft (UAS). This family of systems, which includes both mounted and dismounted varieties, as well as stationary sites, is currently being development. MEGFoS will be able to locate and identify hostile forces by utilizing the electromagnetic spectrum, while at the same time giving friendly forces with feedback on the signature management operations they are performing. Through the utilization of the electromagnetic spectrum, MEGFoS will give the Marine Corps the ability to better maneuver, engage in combat, and provide for its own survival.
The SX-3000 systems are aligned with The Open Group’s Sensor Open Systems ArchitectureTM (SOSA) Technical Standard and conformant with the C5ISR Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS). These are the same standards that the United States Department of Defense uses for several of its Programs of Record. Dr. Niraj Srivastava, a vice president at Pacific Defense, stated that their company is “at the forefront of advanced multi-platform, multi-INT mission solutions fully aligned with the SOSATM Technical Standard in support of the US DoD MOSA Mandate memo.” “Pacific Defense is at the forefront of advanced multi-platform, multi-INT mission solutions”
Accelerating the development of affordable, agile, and composable sensors, including system of systems interoperability and mission integration, is one of the goals of the SOSA Technical Standard. This standard makes use of modular designs and widely supported, consensus-based, non-proprietary standards for key interfaces. This award represents the successful conclusion of a multi-year effort by Pacific Defense to mature CMOSS and SOSA mission solutions for customers and prime contractors working with the US Department of Defense. Systems that are aligned with the Pacific Defense SOSA can employ the same technologies across many platforms, which enables significant reuse and rapid adaptability to a wide variety of clients and mission demands across all domains.
Pacific Defense is in full support of the Department of Defense’s (DoD) methodical push toward modular open standards, such as CMOSS/SOSA, as well as the DoD’s efforts to model how the armed services approach EMS warfare with holistic mission planning and execution. When it comes to developing sophisticated solutions with a military application and providing the Department of Defense with capabilities in electronic warfare, signal intelligence, communications, and command and control, Pacific Defense uses a method that is organic and oriented toward business. Products are conceived from the beginning with contemporary AI-driven autonomy in mind, using hardware and software that is consistent with CMOSS and SOSA standards. This includes processing that is up to date and can easily keep up with advances in commercial technology, as well as complete data sharing across all networks and platforms. For additional details, please visit www.pacific-defense.com as well as www.linkedin.com/company/pacific-defense.
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