General Dynamics at CANSEC 2016: Delivering a Decisive Advantage

May 20, 2016 | Featured Story


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WHAT:   With key industrial capabilities in air and shipborne underwater acoustic systems, airborne mission management systems, C4ISR systems, armoured vehicles and ammunition, General Dynamics is a leading provider of critical defence capabilities to Canada. The company is committed to driving economic benefit to the country through collaboration with local enterprise, and through the expansion of international export markets.
WHEN: May 25-26
Visit CANSEC for directions, hours and admission information
WHERE: General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada: Booths 1301 and 3021
General Dynamics Mission Systems: Booth 1601
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems-Canada: Booth 1501
CONTACTS: Kristina Davis, General Dynamics Mission Systems-Canada, 613-806-9945 or Kristina.davis@gd-ms.ca
Doug Wilson-Hodge, General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada, 519-871-4140 or wilsonho@gdls.com
Pierre Camiot, General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems-Canada, 450-582-6338 or Pierre.camiot@can.gd-ots.com
BOOTH HIGHLIGHTS:

General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada will showcase its newest LAV platform in the indoor exhibit (#1301), featuring advanced technology enhancements in survivability and mobility, and mission role flexibility. The outdoor exhibit (#3021) will feature two LAV 6.0 variants in service with the Canadian Army: the LAV 6.0 Engineer vehicle, designed to enable engineering support of strategic and tactical battlefield mobility, and the LAV 6.0 Command Post, a mobile C4ISR platform operating as a fast-moving armoured tactical command post.

General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems-Canada features all spectrum of conventional ammunitions provided to the Canadian Armed Forces.  Our technical experts at the booth will be available to discuss a variety of capabilities in product design, development, improvement and full production for most calibers of conventional ammunition, as well as newly introduced ammunition capabilities and upcoming new ones.

General Dynamics Mission Systems will feature Canadian underwater acoustic solutions and technologies on offer for current and upcoming programs, as well as airborne mission management capabilities developed for the Aurora maritime patrol aircraft and the Cyclone maritime helicopter program.The company will share information on Team Triton and our proposed ready-for-delivery capabilities to upgrade and modernize the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capability of the Royal Canadian Navy's Halifax-Class Patrol Frigates.The company will also showcase core-to-edge capabilities suited to military, first responder and industrial operations in harsh environments, including LTE capability for military and public safety use, and the newly launched SHIELD Ecosystem. Information on the future of Vehicle Electronic Architecture, including Tactical Networking and Routing, Power and Video Distribution, and Mission Computing and Displays will be available.

Cyber Defense Products will also be showcased, including the Sectéra vIPer secure desktop phone and TACLANE® family of Type 1 encryptors.Visitors to the booth can also learn more about the Multilevel Information Sharing & Security for Joint and Coalition Operations Solution, a trusted, cross domain collaboration and information sharing platform that securely connects multiple coalitions of interest and protects the security and integrity of sensitive/classified data across multiple security boundaries and distributed user communities. Users can do all of this on a single workstation.In addition, visitors can experience:

  • The Digital Modular Radio (DMR) system, AN/USC-61(C), is the first secure software-defined radio capability to have become a communications system standard for the U.S. Military. The 4-channel DMR supports multiple NATO, coalition and U.S. waveforms.
  • Fortress® Wireless Mesh: The Fortress family of wireless mesh points enable rapid establishment of a scalable and mobile self-forming, self-healing, path-optimized secure wireless network where no infrastructure exists.
  • Air Traffic Control (ATC) Radios: Trusted globally the CM-300/350v2 ATC radios provide sharp, clear communications, system interoperability, and consistent, reliable long-term performance to ensure that planes land safely.
  • Stores Management Systems (SMS): The SMS supports a wide range of MIL Std 1760 and legacy weapons and stores, including Sea Venom and Brimstone, for all modes of operation (air-air, air-ground, air-surface, air-sub surface). 
Visitors to the booth can also discuss a variety of General Dynamics Mission Systems' capabilities, including Integrated Mission Systems, like the two variants developed for the upgraded Royal Canadian Air Force Aurora Long Range/Multi-Mission aircraft (P-3) and Cyclone Maritime Helicopter (H-92), in addition to Tactical Data Link - Link 11/16/22 data processing capabilities for rotary and fixed wing aircraft
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