A JADC2 Prototype?
AGIS’ Multi Domain Data Link (MDDL) Provides Users:
Real-time integration of normally incompatible U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force and NATO C5ISR Systems providing an integrated classified COP.
Integration of 10,000s of unclassified and classified real-time, Intelligence, sensor reports from incompatible sensor sources into the COP. See: https://youtu.be/LppYKWOPhs0
An MDDL C4ISR system with an interface to the COP and extensive Data, Voice and Video communications between the MDDL Operators.
Transmission of engagement Commands to U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force.
- MDDL establishes a synchronized, integrated, joint, C5ISR COP between Link-16, JVMF, OTH Gold, CoT and NATO NFFI, NVG, ADEM systems by first converting these data links to MDDL and then automatically translating MDDL into the appropriate data link format and protocol for transmission to the appropriate network participant.
- MDDL ingests and integrates various Classified and Unclassified sensor reports into the COP by converting IBS, Radar, IFF, AIS, ADS-B, and other sensor reports to MDDL and then automatic Translating MDDL into the appropriate data link format and protocol for transmission to the appropriate network participant. .
- Transmission of engagement data though use of: JVMF “Call For Fire” messages to AFATDS using JVMF, CoT messages to the Tomahawk TWCS and to Link 16
- AGIS MDDL is designed to bring C5ISR and voluminous integrated sensor data to the edge of the Battlefield using 5G Communications. See the DISA Briefing video –