U.S. Air Force Selects Hughes to Develop Enterprise Management and Control Prototype for SATCOM Resilience April 07, 2020 Company News false Hughes to employ Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to enable interoperability among military and commercial satellite networks Hughes was awarded a $2.2M contract funded by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Command, through the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC), to produce an Enterprise Management & Control prototype solution for interoperable military and commercial SATCOM networks. The prototype will include the Hughes Flexible Modem Interface (FMI) which will enhance interoperability across various SATCOM networks to form a unified, hybrid network architecture. “Using our AI-based terminal management and control technologies, we will demonstrate a solution for fixed and mobile terminals to roam intelligently among available commercial and military satellite systems for exponential improvements in network resiliency, capacity, and cost models,” said Dr. Rajeev Gopal, vice president of Advanced Defense Programs for Hughes. Enabling higher resiliency, when an active transmission becomes degraded or disrupted, the terminals can “self- heal” to maintain connectivity using alternate networks. The demonstration will also utilize the Hughes HM System which enables Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, helicopters and other aircraft to transmit real-time feeds of HD video and other Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance data over satellite.” Categories See All Connecting the Unconnected (36) Satellite is Essential (35) Company News (32) JUPITER System (27) HughesNet (23) HughesON Managed Networks (17) SD-WAN (15) Community Wi-Fi (13) Cellular Backhaul (10) Interoperability (10) Emergency Communications (9) Mobility (7) HughesON Digital Signage (1) Popular Blogs A Half Century Connecting the WorldJan 25, 2021 The Future of 5GJan 25, 2021 Proof of PerformanceJan 25, 2021 Next-generation Global Satellite System with Mega-constellationsJan 25, 2021 Preparing the Airline Industry for What’s NextNov 20, 2020 Related Posts See All Connecting the Most Remote Villages in India November 27, 2020 Mega-constellations, Multi-transport Networks and Managing the Hybrid, Connected Future October 27, 2020 A Call for Spectrum Reform: An Issue We Can All Stand Behind Jennifer A. Manner, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs October 13, 2020 Hughes Network Systems “Innovation Day” Highlights Edge Computing Possibilities August 04, 2020 Tony Bardo Receives Fed100 Award April 15, 2018 ENJOY THIS POST? Provide your email below to receive a monthly round-up of what’s happening in the world of connectivity! First Name Last Name Email Company Campaign ID CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.