Israel’s Commtact Secures Multimillion-Dollar Missile Project with Top Defense Customer

The project involves R&D for a custom solution that integrates smart communication with advanced encryption and immunity capabilities across air, sea, and land domains, as well as multi-domain topologies

Israel’s Commtact Secures Multimillion-Dollar Missile Project with Top Defense Customer

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Commtact, an Israeli provider of advanced wireless communication solutions for defense, security forces, and robotic platforms, announces its selection for a multimillion-dollar missile project with a top-tier defense customer.

According to Commtact, the project involves R&D for a tailor-made solution that integrates smart communication with advanced encryption and immunity capabilities across air, sea, and land domains, as well as multi-domain topologies. This solution will enable missiles to exchange critical information, adapt to changing missions, report communication issues, and adjust tasks on the fly, enhancing mission success and effectiveness to support both LOBL (Lock On Before Launch) and LOAL (Lock On After Launch) modes of operation.

The company states that the system's robust capabilities ensure real-time data collection, mission adaptation, and dynamic target changes, even in complex urban settings. The technology's adaptability in adjusting communication frequencies and efficient data transmission makes it ideal for short-range operations, up to dozens of kilometers.

For the first time, Commtact introduces its multi-domain topologies technology, transforming communication in challenging warzones and urban environments. This technology empowers operators to seamlessly control multiple UASs in complex scenarios, elevating mission success and effectiveness.

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