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CTS participates in CyberQuest 2018

2nd August 2018 - 11:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Chemring Technology Solutions (CTS) recently participated in CyberQuest 2018, a sequence of advanced technology experiments led by the US Army Cyber Center of Excellence, the company announced on 31 July.

CyberQuest delivers EW war gaming and the month long event saw operational units participate in a series of experiments to operate and evaluate multiple-vendors systems, under supervision of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command capability managers.

The aim of the exercise was to assist vendors in understanding the future needs of the US Army, the results of which are also briefed to coalition partners.

CTS attended CyberQuest in 2017 trialling the direction finding intercept and baseline position fixing capabilities of the Resolve manpack system. In 2018, CTS demonstrated the increased performance and capability of VIPER, the new tactical mission information system. VIPER delivers the EW manpack geo-fencing capability.

CyberQuest also experimented with LOCATE-T, the CTS wideband high frequency (HF) direction finding tactical system. LOCATE-T is fully-transportable and the system provides an essential compliment to existing static HF sites. Both LOCATE-T and Resolve are interfacing into the Chesapeake Technology International Thunderstorm architecture to help define the common operational picture shown using the CTI Caper plug-in for RaptorX.

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