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Integrated C4I Systems (ICS) is Trident’s business area dedicated to the design, development and deployment of innovative command and control systems for the safety and survivability of our armed forces and to protect the National Capital Region.

Integrated C4I Systems (ICS)

Solutions have been developed for a wide range of demanding missions and environments, including man-portable communications interoperability systems, tactical vehicle and vessel health monitoring & prognostics solutions, unattended devices for long-duration surveillance, operations center video distribution and display, secure wireless networking and mobile, scalable, COTS-based networked intelligence and surveillance systems, as well as tools that analyze software changes to determine impacts on regression testing. With both US and international civil and government customers, ICS products are affordable and can be tailored to support a multitude of missions around the globe.

ICS also provides advanced facility engineering utilizing the latest off-the-shelf technologies to streamline creating and operating the next generation of command centers, conference rooms, electronic classrooms, collaboration facilities, and surveillance systems. Our team holds industry-recognized certifications in many disciplines, understands critical Information Assurance regulations, and routinely works in secure environments. Trident provides a full range of design/build services, including the design, installation, and support of audio/video, computer network, telecommunications, and electronic security and surveillance systems.

Contact us at ics-bd@tridsys.com for more information.

Radio Interoperability & Tactical Communication

 Trident’s Integrated C4I Systems business unit is a leader in development and deployment of handheld radio interoperability devices for coalition and domestic use, as well as shipboard qualified wireless access points.

Mini-Secure Communications Controller (Mini-SCCv1.1)

This latest generation tactical voice bridge empowers war fighters to simultaneously cross-connect audio between multiple dissimilar radio types, regardless of frequency or COMSEC. The Mini-SCC supports radios ranging from commercial cell phones to the legacy and modern military radios, public safety radios, Voice-Over-IP (VoIP), push-to-talk and full duplex radios. It offers flexible configuration, MIL-STD compliance, waterproof packaging, support for various batteries and power sources.

Secure Communications Controller (SCCv1.1)

This latest generation rack-mountable unit enables war fighters to simultaneously cross-connect audio and data between multiple dissimilar radio types ranging from commercial cell phones to the legacy and modern military radios, public safety radios, Voice-Over-IP (VoIP), push-to-talk and full duplex radios. It offers support for MIL-STD-1275D vehicle power or AC power, remote control of select US tactical radio settings, three-channel audio cross connection, and two channel simultaneous data cross connection.

Shipboard Wireless Access Point (WAP)

This ruggedized shipboard wireless access point provides FIPS 140-2 Level 2 validated 802.11a/b/g/n adaptive wireless functionality that delivers performance, coverage, reliability and security (including Suite B - Commercial National Security Algorithm Suite) required to enable secure wireless environments for DoD and Federal Government secure applications. Accessories include Secure Wireless Mobility Controllers and Firewall security appliances. 

Mini-Secure Communications Controller (Mini-SCCv1.1)

This latest generation tactical voice bridge empowers war fighters to simultaneously cross-connect audio between multiple dissimilar radio types, regardless of frequency or COMSEC. The Mini-SCC supports radios ranging from commercial cell phones to the legacy and modern military radios, public safety radios, Voice-Over-IP (VoIP), push-to-talk and full duplex radios. It offers flexible configuration, MIL-STD compliance, waterproof packaging, support for various batteries and power sources.

Secure Communications Controller (SCCv1.1)

This latest generation rack-mountable unit enables war fighters to simultaneously cross-connect audio and data between multiple dissimilar radio types ranging from commercial cell phones to the legacy and modern military radios, public safety radios, Voice-Over-IP (VoIP), push-to-talk and full duplex radios. It offers support for MIL-STD-1275D vehicle power or AC power, remote control of select US tactical radio settings, three-channel audio cross connection, and two channel simultaneous data cross connection.

Shipboard Wireless Access Point (WAP)

This ruggedized shipboard wireless access point provides FIPS 140-2 Level 2 validated 802.11a/b/g/n adaptive wireless functionality that delivers performance, coverage, reliability and security (including Suite B - Commercial National Security Algorithm Suite) required to enable secure wireless environments for DoD and Federal Government secure applications. Accessories include Secure Wireless Mobility Controllers and Firewall security appliances. 

Wide Area Surveillance Systems

ICS develops and sustains integrated air/ground defense systems using radars, slew-to-cue EO/IR cameras and unattended ground sensors for rapid detection, identification, and classification of imminent threats. Trident has developed and currently sustains integrated air defense software systems in the National Capital Region.

Unattended Ground Sentry Node V2 (UGSN-V2) System

This second-generation, scalable family of networked sentry nodes enables pinpointed surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence — anywhere. Trident nodes are built tough, emplaced quickly, and designed for long-term unattended operation. They connect with cameras — as well as acoustic, seismic and other sensors — giving field forces a critical tactical advantage. Trident’s nodes are so alert, even their wireless network acts as a sensor.

UGSN EO/IR Camera System

This small form-factor Electro-Optic/Infrared (EO/IR) Camera System works seamlessly with Trident’s UGSN-V2 system, and provides day and night visualization of incoming threats for situational awareness and rapid engagement. With flexible triggering options, manual and automatic control from within Trident’s Network Operations Tool, this system supports long term remote operation and real-time threat identification.

Unattended Ground Sentry Node V2 (UGSN-V2) System

This second-generation, scalable family of networked sentry nodes enables pinpointed surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence — anywhere. Trident nodes are built tough, emplaced quickly, and designed for long-term unattended operation. They connect with cameras — as well as acoustic, seismic and other sensors — giving field forces a critical tactical advantage. Trident’s nodes are so alert, even their wireless network acts as a sensor.

UGSN EO/IR Camera System

This small form-factor Electro-Optic/Infrared (EO/IR) Camera System works seamlessly with Trident’s UGSN-V2 system, and provides day and night visualization of incoming threats for situational awareness and rapid engagement. With flexible triggering options, manual and automatic control from within Trident’s Network Operations Tool, this system supports long term remote operation and real-time threat identification.

Tactical Prognostics & Health Monitoring

ICS’s tactical prognostics and health monitoring solutions provide automatic data collection and analysis for tactical vehicles, vessels, and other systems, enabling a complete system for Condition Based Maintenance (CBM). Trident provides predictive maintenance systems for a variety of manned and unmanned tactical platforms across the DoD.

Enhanced Autonomous Condition-Based Network (EACBN)

This CBM-enabling technology automates and removes the human from the loop in tactical condition-based maintenance applications, while providing real-time remote health monitoring over tactical wireless networks. Upon return from a mission, automatic secure wireless download of recorded parametric data ensures regular, reliable collection of essential parameters. Additionally, EACBN allows for remote monitoring of platform heath from the operations center, using existing LOS tactical radio links or SATCOM links.

Software Test Optimization Tools

ICS develops software testing tools which analyze software changes to determine impacts on regression testing. These tools can be applied to large-scale integrated systems, supporting analysis at the system level.

Software Change Impact Analysis Tool (SCIAT)

When run on a new software build, this tool eliminates the subjective, costly, and inaccurate activities associated with regression test identification. SCIAT automatically & objectively identifies regression tests to execute on each new build of a complex system to minimize the occurrence of future bugs. In addition to identifying impacted regression tests and source code dependencies, SCIAT provides impacts to the SysML Model in terms of behavior, interfaces and safety critical areas.

Software Change Impact Analysis Tool (SCIAT)

When run on a new software build, this tool eliminates the subjective, costly, and inaccurate activities associated with regression test identification. SCIAT automatically & objectively identifies regression tests to execute on each new build of a complex system to minimize the occurrence of future bugs. In addition to identifying impacted regression tests and source code dependencies, SCIAT provides impacts to the SysML Model in terms of behavior, interfaces and safety critical areas.