Category: Software

Open Standards and AI: Paving the Way for Military Innovation

Apr 10, 2024 by Ross Newman

Open standards are the backbone of modern military technology. As the battlefield evolves, so must our approach to connectivity. Human-machine teaming demands a paradigm shift—one that prioritizes seamless communication and scalability. In this intricate puzzle, artificial intelligence (AI) plays a pivotal role, bridging disparate systems and enabling a mass effect.

The Jigsaw of Connectivity:
Imagine a battlefield where tanks, drones, and soldiers operate in perfect harmony. Their effectiveness hinges on real-time data exchange, interoperability, and adaptability. Open standards provide the common language that allows these diverse components to collaborate seamlessly. Whether it’s sharing sensor data, coordinating maneuvers, or optimizing logistics, open standards are the glue that binds our military ecosystem.

AI as a Catalyst:
AI is the catalyst that propels us forward. It’s not just about algorithms; it’s about transforming data into actionable insights. From predictive maintenance for armored vehicles to intelligent decision support for commanders, AI enhances our capabilities. But it’s not a standalone solution—it thrives within an interconnected network of systems.

DefenceX’s Mission:
At DefenceX, we’re on a mission to empower defense forces with cutting-edge AI-enabled capabilities. Our secret weapon? The Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA) toolkit and MediaX for media streaming. This modular framework allows rapid development and deployment of novel solutions. Whether it’s enhancing situational awareness, optimizing logistics, or improving communication, GVA bridges the gap between legacy systems and emerging technologies.

Off-the-Shelf Modularity:
Our commitment extends beyond theory. We provide off-the-shelf, open hardware solutions that integrate seamlessly with existing infrastructure. From ruggedized edge devices to AI accelerators, our toolbox equips defense organizations to adapt swiftly. No lengthy procurement cycles—just plug and play.

As we navigate the complexities of modern warfare, let’s embrace open standards and AI. Let’s build a connected battlefield where every piece of the puzzle fits snugly. Together, we’ll shape the future of defense—one innovation at a time. Reach out to connect with us as we continue to enable defence.

Website update

Mar 8, 2023 by Ross Newman

DefenceX, a leading provider of advanced defence solutions, has recently updated its website with a fresh and modern look. The new website features a sleek design that is easy to navigate, making it simple for visitors to find the information they need quickly.

The updated website reflects DefenceX’s commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements in defence. The company is constantly striving to provide its clients with the most advanced solutions and services, and this updated website is just one example of this dedication.

Visitors to the new DefenceX website will find a wealth of information about the company’s products and services, as well as the latest news and updates from the world of defence. One area to explore is the company’s blog, which provides insightful articles about the latest trends and developments in the defence industry.

The blog aims to cover a wide range of topics, from emerging technologies to global security issues, and is updated regularly with fresh content. It is a great resource for anyone interested in staying up to date on the latest happenings in the defence industry.

DefenceX’s commitment to innovation and excellence is evident not just in its website, but also in its products and services. The company offers a range of cutting-edge solutions for defence and security, including advanced surveillance systems, sophisticated communication networks, and highly effective defence technologies.

The DefenceX team is made up of experts in their respective fields, with years of experience and a deep understanding of the challenges facing the defence industry. This expertise allows the company to provide its clients with the most effective solutions and services, tailored to their specific needs

Vivoe Lite 0.4.0 Released

Mar 4, 2023 by Ross Newman

Introducing the latest stable release of Vivoe Lite, the ultimate software development toolkit for ground vehicles that enables C4ISR application development and rapid deployment. With Vivoe Lite, you can streamline the development process and deploy your applications with ease on both Windows and Linux platforms.

Vivoe Lite is designed to provide developers with a powerful toolkit that includes all the necessary features and tools for C4ISR application development. Its intuitive interface and customizable development environment make it easy for developers to create, test, and deploy applications quickly and efficiently.

Vivoe Lite has everything you need to create powerful, reliable, and efficient applications. Its advanced features include real-time data collection, monitoring, and analysis, as well as robust networking and communication capabilities.

With Vivoe Lite, you can develop and deploy applications faster than ever before, saving time and resources while increasing efficiency and effectiveness. Its compatibility with both Windows and Linux platforms makes it a versatile and accessible solution for any development team.

So why wait? Try Vivoe Lite today and see for yourself how it can transform your C4ISR application development and deployment process.

Vivoe Lite arrives under Windows 11

Feb 13, 2023 by Ross Newman

DefenceX announces support for GVA HMI and land data model associated services under ©Microsoft Windows 11. Our upcoming release will support more physical displays and a much broader range of Operating Systems supported than before:

* CentOS Stream 8/9
* Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
* Ubuntu on NVidia Jetson AGX
* Debian 11 on Raspberry Pi

Contact us for a demonstration of our capabilities or discuss your land vehicle program to see how we can accellerate your development.

Land Forces (Australia) & DVD (UK) 2022

Oct 6, 2022 by Ross Newman

After having seen our GVA HMI running at DVD on the RTI booth in the UK last month we were excited to see it had made it down under to Land Forces . Dedicated Systems were showing a GVA demo with RTIs DDS capabilities running on their booth, we were gutted we could not make it this year (and have to wait two years now) so was good to have some small presence.