Orolia’s VersaPNT helps soldiers navigate battlefields without GPS

October 9, 2017  - By
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Orolia, through its Spectracom brand, has launched VersaPNT. VersaPNT provides virtually failsafe battlefield navigation, even in GPS-denied environments, to protect critical networks with Assured PNT technology, the company said.

The new, ground, air or sea vehicle-mounted solution is designed for military environments, with a ruggedized, compact, low-power and lightweight form factor.

Today, military vehicles are portable networks, providing seamless connections with U.S. headquarters, regional command posts and individual soldiers. Remote areas are challenging environments for military networks, and enemy forces are jamming, spoofing and disrupting operations.

“VersaPNT provides continuous mission assurance and C4ISR support, even in hostile environments,” said┬áRohit Braggs, Orolia vice president, PNT networks and sources. “This innovative technology solution protects critical networks for complex military and homeland security land, air and sea operations.”

Every minute counts on the battlefield, and VersaPNT provides critical decision support with real-time situational awareness to facilitate a rapid response, according to the company. This lifesaving technology can also help keep soldiers and civilians out of harm’s way, while ensuring continuous tracking of friendly and enemy forces.

VersaPNT provides essential command and control, navigation, communication and electronic intelligence support for U.S. and allied military, homeland security, first responder, civilian agency, special operations and intelligence missions.

Demonstrations are available at the AUSA Annual Meeting, Orolia Booth #2944.

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