At the event, NAVWAR Commander Rear Adm. Doug Small talked about how NAVWAR is working to lower the barrier of entry to increase the competitive landscape for small business, pointing out programs like the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP).
The Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) Consortium is celebrating three years of collaboration to identify information warfare challenges, develop prototype technologies and ultimately deliver capabilities that mitigate information warfare threats.
“DoD is looking at the value that 5G can bring, and honestly what 5g from space can bring, and they’ve got a number of projects that are underway today to address those activities. If you look at things like their Information Warfare Research Project in 5G, they’re actually deploying pathfinders and prototypes...
I lead an extremely skilled team at NIWC Atlantic and NIWC Pacific that works with industry partners, technology requirements owners and innovative pipelines across the Department of Defense (DoD) making IWRP a cornerstone in acquisition planning...
Sealing Technologies, Inc. a nontraditional small business, was awarded an $89M OTP to transition their Cyber Fly Away Kit into production.
5G means faster connections, and opens the door to new capabilities like Internet of Things devices, machine-to-machine connections, and much more.
Pilot projects show promise of secure wireless networking for military operations.
Sealing Technologies Inc. Awarded an $89M Information Warfare Research Project to Production Agreement to Support NIWC-Atlantic
In partnership with the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP), NIWC Atlantic sought a solution in support of their technical and programmatic goals, including modernizing hardware...
The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) recently used the OTA process to accelerate the delivery of key technology to the nation’s warfighters.
“This process provides a unique opportunity to leverage an OTA to not only rapidly prototype – which we are actively and successfully doing through IWRP – but also to rapidly produce technology and place it in the hands of our Sailors and Marines faster."