Rockwell Collins will demonstrate its latest technology for helping warfighters stay connected, informed and secure in contested environments at the AFA Air, Space and Cyber Conference next week.

Next week at the Air Force Association (AFA) Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Md., Rockwell Collins (booth 809) will showcase its latest technology that’s helping warfighters stay connected, informed and secure in contested environments. Demonstrations include the company’s suite of next-generation avionics, airborne communications, and live and synthetic blended training solutions.

“We look forward to discussions with industry and military leaders at this year’s event, as well as the opportunity to share how we’re helping warfighters gain an advantage when operating in today’s complex, multi-domain battlespace,” said Dave Schreck, vice president and general manager, Airborne Solutions for Rockwell Collins.

Live demonstrations from Rockwell Collins during the show include:

  • Head-up Guidance System (HGS™) and Enhanced Vision System (EVS): Maximum situational awareness, improving safety and operational reliability in any weather condition
  • F-35 Helmet Mounted Display System: The world’s most advanced helmet-mounted display system
  • Unmanned Aircraft Route Optimizer: Reduces pilot workload and hazard to aircraft through optimized mission routing and predictive threat injection
  • Live and Synthetic Blended Training: Interoperable, secure and available today for Operational Training Infrastructure (OTI)

Also highlighted at the booth:

  • Modernized airborne communications radios that include the latest sixth-generation ARC-210 RT-2036(C), which provides the capability for Mobile User Objective System (MUOS), Soldier Radio Waveform and Smart Mount for Iridium® connectivity
  • Data Link Solutions tactical Link 16 communications products enabling Multi-Domain
    Command and Control (MDC2) that include the TacNet™ Tactical Radio (TTR), Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio Systems (MIDS JTRS) and the new Link 16 High Power Amplifier (HPA)
  • Anti-jam and anti-spoof antenna electronics – The Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver (DIGAR) meets evolving threats for airborne platforms that include fixed-wing, rotary-wing and unmanned aerial systems

Credits: Rockwell Collins