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MWW 22 – Ultra Armor

Friday, November 11th, 2022

Ultra Armor is a fabric based Faraday shielding barrier and the company offers a wide variety of bags, packs and other load carriage to protect devices from EM signals going in and out, including EMP.

They also offer sheets of stick-on Ultra Armor for applications requiring rooms to be shielded.

MWW 22 – Bounce Imaging Tactical Throwable Cameras

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Bouncing Imaging offers ball-shaped 360 degree cameras which can be thrown like a baseball to get them into position. The outer shell is rubber so they will bounce just as well as it will roll. The six low light cameras stitch together stable 360/VR video which allows multiple users to observe and recording all angles simultaneously.

The audio is two-way so it can be used for passive surveillance or negotiators can use it to communicate with barricaded subjects.

Data is transmitted via Wifi or 4G.

MWW 22 – CACI Mono Backpackable Electronic Attack Module 3.0

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Mono Backpackable Electronic Attack Module 3.0 from CACI is capable of detecting, identifying (via library), locating (including direction finding) and defeating (through various RF means) most small Unmanned Aerial Systems. The frequency range is 30 MHz to 6 GHz.

Not only does it look for UAS but also associated signals such as cellular comms, range extenders, BlueTooth, PTT comms, WiFi, Mode-S/ADS-B and digital as well as analog video.

The system can be used independently or networked with other BEAMs in a self-forming network, with a single operator to increase range.

BEAM integrates with TAK and has been integrated with other C-UAS systems.

MWW 22 – goTenna Pro Deployment Kit 2

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

goTenna has upgraded their Pro Deployment Kit with a new tablet-based software application server which replaces the old Raspberry Pi server. It also offers geolocation visualization of the goTenna Pro X2 mesh networking devices. There are 30 in the kit which also acts as a charging device. The system offers AES256 encryption via Android and it allows you to stand up comms completely off grid.

MWW 22 – Microtech Knives

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Microtech’s first model is the L-UDT. Created in 1995 it remains one of their most popular models. Featuring a grooved, contoured aluminum handle with jimping along the top of the handle that carries onto the spine of the blade.

Government customers contact [email protected]

MWW 22 – Turbine One Frontline Perception System

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Turbine One’s tagline is “AI/ML for the Comms-Contested Battlefield” and after learning about what they are doing, that sums it up quite nicely. For those of you unfamiliar with the terms, AI/ML means Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Those both sound like ominous futuristic concepts but Turbine One’s Frontline Perception System (FPS) makes it not only real, but user friendly.

Unlike current systems fielded with vendor-locked software which cannot move between sensors or devices, FPS combines open system architecture across any network, even in in comms-contested environments, and sensor data fusion.

FPS can be deployed on entire enterprise, desktops, laptops and End User Devices whether connected to a network or not. In fact, it’s optimized for use at the operator level.

It deploys algorithms at the tactical edge to characterize sensor data and provide relevant information to the user. The user can also interact with the system, introducing new items of interest without having to code using their AutoML.

Here you can see an example of the AI identifying a gun. Just prior to taking this photo the system was programmed using AutoML to characterize the pistol after identifying it in several images. It was just that simple.

Finally, TurbineOne routinely partners with third parties to deliver ML to the frontlines.

www.turbineone.com

GSOF Modern Warfare Week 2022

Thursday, November 10th, 2022

Global SOF Foundation’s Modern Warfare Week was held this week at Fort Bragg. We’re going to share some new capabilities that you won’t normally find on SSD.

SOF WEEK 2023 – MAY 8-11: Global SOF Foundation & Partner Clarion Events Announces New Chesapeake -Sponsorship with USSOCOM

Monday, November 7th, 2022

The Global Special Operations Forces (SOF) Foundation (GSOF) is truly honored and excited to co-sponsor the newly envisioned “SOF Week” with U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).  The former Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) was a successful annual program for USSOCOM. Its expansion into “SOF Week” beginning in 2023 will build on that success by unifying the geographically, operationally, and Service dispersed SOF enterprise and offering a variety of programs for its many stakeholders and supporters.

GSOF is uniquely positioned to execute this vision as the only professional association serving the entire international SOF community. It has planned and produced SOF-specific symposiums in the U.S. and Europe since 2015 and possesses a vast network including Allied and Partner Nations, as well the GSOF Advisory Council of former senior SOF leaders and supporters worldwide. Also, by partnering with Clarion Events, a premier global exhibition organizer, our team will lend its joint expertise to deliver on USSOCOM’s objectives and host a world-class inaugural “SOF Week” in May 2023.

Stuart Bradin, President and CEO, GSOF: “We are extremely excited USSOCOM selected GSOF to co-sponsor its newly envisioned “SOF Week” in 2023. SOF Week will be a national convention for U.S. SOF and include a more diverse slate of programs, to include professional development sessions, operator-driven discussions, and family-focused conversations. In 2020, GSOF was designated as a National Military Association by the U.S. Department of Defense, and we look forward to working with USSOCOM to make “SOF Week” an impactful event.”

Tracy Bebbington, Director, Clarion Events: “Having worked together with GSOF on their European event for a number of years, we are thrilled to be extending this close working relationship even further. The newly named “SOF Week” is a huge opportunity for us to work together with USSOCOM and the SOF community to reshape their flagship event to build on the successes to date. This is a pivotal time for this community because of the changing, complex national security environment. By introducing new elements and features to the program, we’re looking to meet the needs and objectives of all who participate.”

More information on “SOF Week” will be available shortly. To register your interest in exhibiting, sponsoring, or participating in the event, please visit www.sofweek.org.