REDCOM is proud to have participated in Project Convergence (PC) 2021, the U.S. Army’s campaign of learning and experimentation for new Command and Control (C2) systems. Soldiers participating in PC 21, which concluded in November, used REDCOM Sigma C2 software to increase operational flexibility and interoperability within the Joint Force to realize JADC2 goals.
In 2020, REDCOM Sigma® software was chosen as the part of a C2 platform for the United States Army due to its support of Army modernization priorities while simultaneously reducing lifecycle, maintenance, and training costs.
“REDCOM embraces a real-time engineering approach. We don’t believe our job is done after the delivery of the initial capability. We put our command and control solutions to the test in operational environments and incorporate what we learn in future software releases,” said Courtney Stiles, Business Development Manager, REDCOM. “The Army is in the business of life and limb not in the business of ‘nice to have.’ Continuous improvement of our solutions makes the warfighter more effective and supports the Army’s goals in PC 21 and JADC2.”
REDCOM Sigma supports a rapidly changing operating environment by being easy to use, standards-based, and transport agnostic. This approach allows the Army to integrate with various systems, devices, and applications already fielded. REDCOM also enables the rapid insertion of new technology as it becomes available and supports the distribution of timely and actionable information so leaders can seize, retain, and exploit the initiative in any scenario, including in denied, intermittent, or limited-bandwidth (DIL) environments.
Future conflicts will require decisions to be made quicker than ever before, combining forces and systems in novel unanticipated ways not explicitly planned for in advance. REDCOM is committed to being a part of the Army’s continuous improvement efforts through Project Convergence to keep industry and the warfighter aligned with the most innovative and effective technology for the tactical edge.
About Project Convergence
Project Convergence (PC) is the U.S. Army’s campaign of learning, experimentation, and demonstration aimed at quickly integrating weapons systems and command and control (C2) systems with the Joint Force. Project Convergence is the Army’s contribution to the military’s future operating framework, JADC2. A strong Command and Control platform will be the key to success in future fights having the right people, weapons systems, information, and terrain will be critical. As an industry partner in Army network modernization, REDCOM has proven success in distributed and denied environments. REDCOM technology enables warfighters to sustain communications in all environments and scenarios, regardless of transport medium.
REDCOM Laboratories, Inc. is a woman-owned small business that specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced tactical and strategic communications solutions with a focus on interoperability, flexibility, and ease of use. REDCOM’s MIL-spec products are optimized for low size, weight, and power (SWaP), making them the ideal communications core for the tactical edge. REDCOM’s customers include all branches of the military, government agencies, emergency responders, integrators, and telecom service providers. For additional information, please visit the REDCOM website at www.redcom.com.