We worked with a global telecom provider to develop a 5G Living Lab, which earned them the opportunity to shape the future of 5G enabled tech across the federal government. Through a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA), the first ultra wide band 5G small cell network was installed on a DoD base. Now, government and industry partners can test 5G enabled technologies on smart city infrastructure.
DCI Next designs are inspiring the counter intrusion market. Our project designs enable greater installation protection and expeditionary force protection by complimenting physical barriers with digital assets. Each design is in intended to capitalize on the expertise of commercial leaders in digital security technologies and the experience of law enforcement professionals and warfighters to bring a Digital Fortress to life.
The AVPG was created from a hypothesis of mutual benefit: That industry leaders exploring autonomy would leap at the opportunity to test vehicles on a military installation. And that military R&D experts would conduct better market analysis with leaders in autonomy. Commercial autonomy researchers and manufactures are piloting their systems in the AVPG to learn more about how warfighters will employ their technology on installations and the battlefield of the future.
We developed an executable vision and clear objectives for ways to optimize the non-tactical fleet of vehicles (NTV) by exploring new technologies and fleet management methods. These efforts will ensure that our transportation operations meet the warfighter's needs by taking advantage of the most cost-effective methods to right-size and right-type the NTV fleet, while driving innovation forward.