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OTTAWA–General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada announced today that it was awarded three contracts – valued at $621.5 million – by the Government of Canada to support the Land Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) system for the Canadian Army. The three contracts include: Engineering and Integration, Software Support and Cyber Security Engineering Support.
The control of military operations throughout the spectrum of conflict is enabled through the deployment of an effective tactical communications and information system (TacCIS). In this Vanguard magazine article, Richard Fawcett and Al Amlani discuss the complexities of fielding a modern TacCIS in cyberspace. The article breaks down some of the key planning, deployment and operational challenges that have emerged since the introduction of cyber as the fifth domain for military operations.
At the AUSA 2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition, General Dynamics is demonstrating innovation that ensures readiness for U.S. Army and U.S. ally requirements across all domains to move the mission forward.
OTTAWA–General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada was awarded the Underwater Warfare Suite Upgrade (UWSU) contract to upgrade and maintain underwater sensors on the Halifax-class frigates for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN).
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada will showcase Canadian underwater acoustic solutions and technologies on offer for current and upcoming programs, including the Underwater Warfare Suite Upgrade that will upgrade and maintain underwater sensors installed on the modernized Halifax-class frigates, as well as airborne mission management capabilities developed for the Aurora maritime patrol aircraft and the Cyclone maritime helicopter program.
OTTAWA–General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada has been awarded a contract to provide the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) with Strategic Deployable Terminals (SDTs) and expand its Mercury Global In-Service Support (ISS) as part of the final stage of the Mercury Global (MG) Project to deliver military satellite communications (SATCOM) wideband capabilities.